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Thinking about a proposition for PokerSchoolOnline

By: lotpi993 @ 20:00 (EST) / 232 / Comment ( 0 )

What do you guys think about making a proposition to PSO that for every let's say a 100 view's per post on your blog or a 1000 but all together PSO gives us something like:


A) Tournament tickets to some random tournament

B) T$ - Tournament dollars

C) $ -Dollars 

D)FPP's - Frequent Player Points

E) Comment if you have another proposition


If think because with these blogs we are giving them much value to the site and yes we do get the free lessons great offers and everything but nothing solid if you get what I'm saying?

Who thinks the same way should comm under what would he like to get from above or just put in a word of his own

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