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Journey on Skill Leagues

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/Apr/2013

Pokerstars is very funny lol

By: OSettingsO @ 20:39 (EDT) / 350 / Comment ( 0 )

Initially , i thought since i only earned 20 + VPP , i would be able to contest in April's open skill leagues tourney , something which suits me at the moment . 

I received an e-mail saying i got a premier league ticket . 

To be honest , i'm not sure how the standard is like for premier league but with 20 VPP only , the prize is even less than open league prizes . So its really not worth it to contest ? 

Looking to do 150 VPP this month and i would appreciate if i could give up the ticket for someone else . I rather had a go with the premier league when i do get 150 VPP this month and contest for next month's  . Just dropped a chat to support and hopefully they can resolve it . 

I don't mind playing the open league for this month still as i'm ready to have a big grind at that for now . 

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