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/Jan/2012

Skill League

By: bobber93 @ 05:55 (EST) / 64 / Comment ( 0 )
Right then, just wanted to raise the topic of restricting the open league to players who are actually in this for the points and prizes, been knocked out of the open league 3 times this week by freeroll junkies who dont care if they lose or not so just play any 2 cards and hope to hit, which they generally do.
I surely cant be the only one whos had enough to trying to play a decent game and improve, who has then been sent to the rail early by a 78 off all in which has miracled a 2 pair or a straight against the pocket kings we waited so patiently for.
I for one reckon it should be the rule of, if your not involved with the poker school online, you dont play in the open league!
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