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So far I am not a big fan of the Online Poker School Freerolls. There are way too many people that go into them and just shove every chance they get, kills the flow, and they really dont care about the tourney. I guess its just irritating when people that want to play, get experience, and have fun, yet these fools, just go throwing everything in all the time and not really playing poker at all. 

Hopefully in the future it gets better. So far I have been in 6 of them I think, and the last 3 have been horrible from a fun aspect, there is no flow to the game, nor able to pick up much off these riverboat gamblers, throwing away free chips, I guess. I did finish 107th in the 2nd one I played but all downhill since then. 

Updated: So I have played two more and same silly results and actions by others. Might just need to stop playing these for a bit and look at other options. 

 

Took a break for a few days from these free rolls. Joined one today, for something to do, currently 144, with 400 left, sitting at 35000, blinds at 400/800

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