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Taking poker school online back to its roots. - Thu Mar 24, 2011, 05:31 AM
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moved to suggestions thread

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That's general form, suggestions. Sorry Astro.

Mogris

here, I post it here again.


If this has been done on this thread I appoligise, I couldn't find it.

One of the weaknesses of the freerolls in the skill league is that they are free. There is no penalty for doing bad other than a weak score at the end of the month.

What I was thinking of is making the school more like the old poker school online.

1. Create a school credit that is usable in special private ring and sit and gos. These credits can either be won in freerolls that pay in credits or by voluntary subscription.

2. The league leaderboard is not scored of of freerolls but by MTT that have credits as the entry fee and payouts.

3. The leader board either pays in cash for active players or in school credits for whitestars.

4. satellites that have an entry fee of school credits but offer seats in pokerstars tornaments.

This would be a considerable ammount of work for pokerstars, but the subcriptions would help defray the costs and provide a modest revenue stream.

Ok go ahead and discuss if this make any sense or did I wake up too early.

Mogris

Last edited by Mogris; Thu Mar 24, 2011 at 04:45 PM.. Reason: Pasting suggestion below
 

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