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midland masters - Tue Oct 22, 2002, 07:42 PM
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does anyone know if the final event in the midland masters is a freezeout or a rebuy event
the following page list all the other events apart from the quartmillion and the sunday £100 NLHE as rebuys and if the sunday £100 isnt a rebuy event it might be worth a look at

http://www.pokerpages.com/tournament/schedule878.htm

but it could be a pokerpages typo as it doesnt say freezeout either
 
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Wed Oct 23, 2002, 09:13 AM
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It was a freezeout last year and assume it will be again this year. Maybe not though as I think they failed to get a Quarter Million in prize money last year. Which events are you going to be there for?

The Rake
 
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Wed Oct 23, 2002, 10:20 AM
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at the moment i havent made any plans on going but if the final event is £100 freezeout NLHE i might make a trip down, depend how my first trip to a casino goes and if i feel comfortable.
 
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Wed Oct 23, 2002, 10:30 AM
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Sorry I misunderstood you, The QuarterMillion main event is a freezeout, the £100 event on Day 2 of the QuarterMillion is a rebuy event. There will also be a lot of rebuys as most of the Big players in Birmingham will be there.

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Wed Oct 23, 2002, 10:37 AM
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well unless i win lottery in next couple of weeks i wont be coming down then as £2500 for a tourny is a bit steep and £100 with rebuys means an expensive weekend trust pokerpages to miss out the rebuys on the schedule



ps you think this NLHE £30 sat will ever get going think we had 9 signed up at one stage
 

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