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what i think of the 100k freeroll

By: sparkes25 @ 15:55 (EST) / 338 / Comment ( 0 )

what i like about it,


its free money!

its a good, cheap way to learn how the site works

its a ok (ish) way to learn to play as long as you play tight to start off and wait for the all in bingo to end.

its has quick levels to help ko the millions of players

it has a big player cap so everyone get's a chance to play,



the bits i dont like,

i think the re-buy for of 1,200 chips for 0.30 need changing. i feel anyone putting money in to the prize pool should have a better chance, eg a 2,000 stack for 0.30c

the add-on, i feel if this was changed to a 5,000 chip add-on far more players would be willing to spend the money and this will add to the prize pool,

i also feel that even with these small changes the players that only play for free will still have a chance of winning/cashing.

i can see the prize pool going over 4k with these changes......... what do you think?



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