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NAPL/NAPT questions - Fri Mar 04, 2011, 12:49 AM
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First of all - I guess PS doesn't have forums for these? Or am I missing something?

And then - I won an entry to the Mohegan Sun final on March 30. No ticket, but I'm registered - I assume that's the way it works, and there's no point in trying to "qualify" again? Unless I want to deal again with the strangest combination of shoveshove and supertight I've seen in online poker yet . . .

Really not sure how I managed to survive to the last 45 given my PSO training. I *think* it was because no one cared about defending their blinds - almost no significant raise got called for a LONG time there. And a raise from a blind? The pot is yours! (I exaggerate, but only a little).
 
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Fri Mar 04, 2011, 01:22 AM
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Could you post a tourney # for this? I don't know what it is, but it sounds like congrats are in order. Most everytime someone wins a ticket to some large tourney final, they've put in some hard work.
 
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Fri Mar 04, 2011, 10:45 AM
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The tourney # I qualified into is 370463522 on March 30, a satelite to the NAPT live event at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut in April. Looks like only the final table pays anything, and of course only the winner goes to the event, but - I've got a chair.

Freeroll qualifiers like the one I won (along with 44 others) run twice a day (4pm & 7pm US eastern time) between now and the 30th- US/CA only ("Regional" tab in my ver of the software). So that's a field of somewhere over 3500 on the 30th, I guess.
 
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Sat Mar 05, 2011, 12:41 AM
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Anyone know if there's a point to winning more than one of these? The tourney you qualify into is a restricted freeroll, so unregistering won't get you anything. So my guess is no, but . . .

And any other PSOfolk in and/or going for this tourney? I've got family in CT, so a trip there would be great!
 

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