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/Nov/2010

POST RANKING ON TABLE...alaskanokie

By: alaskanokie @ 13:03 (EST) / 150 / Comment ( 1 )
Aggree about the Donks..its really sad when you go to a school and try to flunk. It ruins the game for everyone that is trying to play good solid poker. yes you always have to learn to take a bad beat here and there. but it is hard when you get allin with pocket aces and get beat by a 9,3 offsuit. I try to watch thier ratings, the lower they are the stupider they play. I`ve also been using the color codes in the notes tab and found it helpful.So my suggestion for PS .. create block ratings for players that are displayed AT THE TABLE. Use numbers. example:
(1) rank 1-50 (2) 51 - 100 (3) 101 - 150 etc...or (1) rank 1 - 100 (2) 101 - 200 (3) 201 - 300etc...
By POSTING THEIR RATING ON THE TABLE ON THEIR AVATAR for all to see should cause the lower rated people to try and to play better or go to a tournament where they dont have to care. Even individual ratings for the table in the information box at the bottom left could be helpful.I think this would force everybody to play better poker and thats what school is about..
p.s. my rating sucks but at least I`m trying to improve

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