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/Jan/2011

PSO LEAGUE STRUCTURE

By: franaloha @ 11:20 (EST) / 336 / Comment ( 6 )

I have had a great time playing in the league this month my top ranking achieved at 51.  At this point, with a 90 rank, I am tempted not to play until the month is over.  I am finding it now very tedious.  There are so many players who are not playing for points and I feel like I am spending my time dodging bullets.  It's as thought there are 2 different games going on; those that are just playing for free fun and those who are seriously competing. Based on last months points, I will probably slip below the $50 earnings before the month is over, but I am not now finding it enjoyable to play.  If you are competing for points, what is your take on this?

 

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