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Skill League Starting Blinds and stacks ? - Sun Aug 07, 2011, 09:18 AM
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Since: May 2011
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Ok just playing 3rd game of month, aint been able to play much as had bad news at hospital, but anyways just wondering why the blinds now start at 20/40 and stacks still 1500 ?

This means u start with a 37.5 bb stack ! This does not improve it at all it's hard enough too start with without increasing blinds and keeping same starting stacks , really the people making these changes clearly dont play the league or any other league for that matter because if they did they would have the brains too make the format playable. Anyways dinner is ready must shoot. laters
 
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Mon Aug 08, 2011, 01:39 AM
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really the people making these changes clearly dont play the league or any other league for that matter because if they did they would have the brains too make the format playable
 
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Mon Aug 08, 2011, 02:06 AM
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Originally Posted by ChiltonMafia View Post
Ok just playing 3rd game of month, aint been able to play much as had bad news at hospital, but anyways just wondering why the blinds now start at 20/40 and stacks still 1500 ?

This means u start with a 37.5 bb stack ! This does not improve it at all it's hard enough too start with without increasing blinds and keeping same starting stacks , really the people making these changes clearly dont play the league or any other league for that matter because if they did they would have the brains too make the format playable. Anyways dinner is ready must shoot. laters
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