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/Oct/2010

points

By: stephen037 @ 09:31 (EDT) / 185 / Comment ( 0 )
Good morning everyone I am having a real problem with the way points are awarded as (cote) is once again in the leader board top 10 and he gets more points than all of us he is obviously a better player but gets better points for worse finishes is this another pokerstars joke where freinds and others get special privaleges because as I understand points are awarded by skill to and when he gets 35 points for top 60 and I get 35 points for 14 I think that is wrong structure as he finishes in the money consistently and I have never so is this a scam for the freinds again cause if it is I feel that it is another waste of time put on by pokerstars and will try to suckout on everyplayer that is ranked as they will get there points anyways
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