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Crazy Paving - Sun Feb 06, 2011, 02:13 PM
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Bill Curran's Avatar
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Would those that took part in my Home Game tourney on Sunday 6th please post their opinions of the format etc, here please.

Thanks. Bill.

 
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Sun Feb 06, 2011, 03:32 PM
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Well that was an excellent game .. JazzyBrass and tracy1234157 were heads up for nearly twenty minutes, and the whole game only lasted one hour and twenty one minutes.

I had not realised that the Super Bowl was this weekend, otherwise I might have changed the date of the tourney.

As it was, I had 18 entries, which I regard a good turn out considering.

I think on the whole the Tournament was a success.

One player did suggest a break might be needed, but even with considerably more entries,( PokerStars only let you have a maximum of 50 so far, unless you are Cowboy of course)( no disrespect Cowboy, the Corral was already overcrowded before you applied)), I don't think the game would last more than another fifteen to thirty minutes.

I will definitely be offering this tourney each Sunday.

My thanks to all those who played, I for one at least enjoyed it immensely.

Bill.

 
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Sun Feb 06, 2011, 04:52 PM
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Bill a great format the deep stack combined with rapid blinds makes for a good combination, the best of both worlds, I've already signed up for the next two, a big
 
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Sat Feb 12, 2011, 09:02 AM
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A get yourself registered bump
 

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