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8pm Tourney... - Tue Feb 01, 2011, 08:16 PM
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Hold on to your britches....2008 players for the 8pm tourney...216 places getting paid.

Welcome to the new PSO skill league.

Rosie
 
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Tue Feb 01, 2011, 08:27 PM
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for some reason i remember only 2000 max entrants. has this changed? i just looked and it says 10000 now. for real?
 
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Tue Feb 01, 2011, 08:43 PM
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Hold on to your britches....2008 players for the 8pm tourney...216 places getting paid.

Welcome to the new PSO skill league.

Rosie
Well they changed the clock, changed the payouts, changed the max players, now can they change the suckouts??? AQ vs KJ...flop comes KQQ..all-in turn comes a 9 and river hits a K.
 
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Tue Feb 01, 2011, 09:06 PM
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Unfortunately Eric, chit happens. Just have to look at suckouts as part of life. Has happened to all of us, just need to change how you feel about them and take it with a grain of salt. Always another tourney, another day.

Sorry, if this isn't in your line of how you play. Just an attitude I adopted long ago and I really think to an extent it helps how I play. Plus, it messes with the head of the person who was the "suckee" shall we say.

GL at the tables.

Rosie
 
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Tue Feb 01, 2011, 10:34 PM
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Took 2 hours 20 minutes or so to get ITM in this one. That extra 60 seconds of time bank really slowed that one hand down across the board
 
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Tue Feb 01, 2011, 11:24 PM
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Took 2 hours 20 minutes or so to get ITM in this one. That extra 60 seconds of time bank really slowed that one hand down across the board

this one is always the largest field and is always 2 and 1/2 hours to the money

 
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Wed Feb 02, 2011, 03:21 AM
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Gotta be honest it played about the same as any old PSO in my opinion. A little more clock grindage at the bubble with the clock add-ons but that was about it really.

Roughly half the field peeled off by first break? Check

Approaching the Bubble by second break? Check

Bubble bursts roughly 2 and a half hours in? Check

More donkeys than 30 years worth of Hee Haw reruns? Check

Like David Byrne said..........."Same as it ever was,same as it ever was. (I started doing that neat karate-chop on my forearm thing after I typed this. )

Let the donks roll by.............let the donks roll by.
 
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Very Wise Rosie - Wed Feb 02, 2011, 09:26 AM
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Unfortunately Eric, chit happens. Just have to look at suckouts as part of life. Has happened to all of us, just need to change how you feel about them and take it with a grain of salt. Always another tourney, another day.

Sorry, if this isn't in your line of how you play. Just an attitude I adopted long ago and I really think to an extent it helps how I play. Plus, it messes with the head of the person who was the "suckee" shall we say.

GL at the tables.

Rosie

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" When you change the way you look at things, the things that you look at begin to change "
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