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Was told a good shortstacker is +EV
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/Sep/2013

WHOSE RIGHT

By: alistair774 @ 22:36 (EDT) / 37 / Comment ( 0 )

 

 

 

I was playing on another site I was gonna leave anyway coz I think it is going bust,but the final straw for me was that they started messing with the monthly freeroll every level had one per month.    They changed It to weekly but the stack sizes was was all diffrent.As I was at the lowest level my stack was 500 chips upto the top level GOLD+ started with 6000 chips  so I had a rant on the forum that the tourney was rigged in favour of the GOLD + members only for someone to reply that I would be +EV   so I told him he was wrong with 600+ starting short stacked I would be - EV   So has anybody got a view on this please    BTW some 6000 stacks sat out and still made it into the money.                      

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