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Passed SNG Quiz - Thu Apr 07, 2011, 02:59 AM
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I finnaly passed the Sit N Go Quiz. I think I have re-read the articles 4 times and taken the quiz 6 times. But today was my day. Now I can play in the league. I am truly excited. I have been playing online for only 3 months have not yet played for money. But now I feel a bit more confident. I will brush up on a few week spots I have indentified and play poker.

Thank You to all you vets out there who share on this board I have spent a bit of time reading posts.

Good luck to all
Paul

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?? - Thu Apr 07, 2011, 03:18 AM
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Confidence is key--------
 
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Thu Apr 07, 2011, 08:22 AM
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Congrats Giant,,,I know it's a pain sometimes to study, only to take the test over and over until you pass it. But it's done. Now you can have some fun,,,good job

See you on the tables,
>Dem
 
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Thu Apr 07, 2011, 09:47 AM
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I finnaly passed the Sit N Go Quiz. I think I have re-read the articles 4 times and taken the quiz 6 times. But today was my day. Now I can play in the league.

Hedgehog hates to burst your bubble. Once you passed the core quiz you can participate in the league. All the sit-n-go quiz gives you is an additional bonus IF YOU MAKE A DEPOSIT. In other words, passing that test will cost you money. Hard to call that a reward.
 
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?? - Thu Apr 07, 2011, 12:15 PM
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Hedgehog hates to burst your bubble. Once you passed the core quiz you can participate in the league. All the sit-n-go quiz gives you is an additional bonus IF YOU MAKE A DEPOSIT. In other words, passing that test will cost you money. Hard to call that a reward.

the negativty in your responses of late-- what purpose does that serve??
 
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Sat Apr 09, 2011, 01:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Cairn Destop View Post
Hedgehog hates to burst your bubble. Once you passed the core quiz you can participate in the league. All the sit-n-go quiz gives you is an additional bonus IF YOU MAKE A DEPOSIT. In other words, passing that test will cost you money. Hard to call that a reward.


I hate to burst your bubble there super star, but I am doing them in order, and I have passed the other quizes. Thanks for your input I wil take it under advisement.

It is better to be called a Richard Noggin then to open your mouth and prove it.
 
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I wish I could pass the SNG quiz - Sat Apr 09, 2011, 07:02 PM
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I am so envious and proud of you, Paul. I have been studying and trying for over a week to pass the **&###+= thing. I just don't seem to get it. The first time I got 21% the second time I got 30%. I don't think I will ever pass it. I have even resorted to opening the quiz and copying down the questions so I could work on them. The second time I tried opening it for information I found that the questions change each time so the only advantage was that the questions made good study practice. I am smart and an excellent student but I just can't get this. The worst part is the frustration that without feedback I can't figure out what I am doing wrong. I can't believe that everyone playing SNG has completed this quiz.
 

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