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/Oct/2011

Finally

By: PJGA @ 03:24 (EDT) / 336 / Comment ( 0 )

Yesteraday I played several open league tournys. I had 351st, 551st, 951st and finally 4200th place.the boost in points moved me up to 1100th place total! I think I generally played well. I plated extremäy tight and only got involved when I was a nig favourite. I even folded qq preflop, which I never do... I played some cash and now have a BR of 31usd. I played an mtt at SvS, and got out early. As revengw, I played a dounle or nothing and got back my buyin. I also tries some nl shorthand, and it went very well! A few thoughts about the open leagaeu to round it up. I think the idea is great to have a leagaeu and be able to move up. The drawback is the most important factor os nor skill, its volume! Sure, you have to play decent and end 2000+ to avoid negative scores. I checked topplayers and one of rhem played about at leat 3-4 tourneys each day, usually placing around 900-1000 with an occasional disaster and lucky ones. Would be interesring to at leat see how the average score is for most players... Enoigh for now, more to come later...

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