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Big Bang v. Open League Grind
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/Feb/2013

Big Bang v. Open League Grind

By: Spartan642 @ 07:32 (EST) / 342 / Comment ( 3 )

Looking at the Big Bang format it looks like great value if you can do the near impossible with 3 top 400 finishes in a row.I cant imagine too many entrants in this 5K freeroll by the end of month ( not like the recent addition of the Chrome Status 5K freeroll ).So am I going to get some cash out of this ?

Yes I am by grinding out the Open League and not worrying about the Big Bang.I think some players will play a little looser to get a sub 400 and this will be their downfall.And after they have busted out early in a few games  they will be in no position to be at the pointy end of the LB.So what will they do now seeing they cant get reasonable cash this month in the Open ?  Will they play aggressive or passive now ? Yep you guessed right ! Grinding just got a little easier......

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