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ranking/ladder system for us players - Sat Oct 15, 2011, 04:31 PM
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I get all this stuff about us not beinfg able to play in the money games. No biggie but my question is why is there not something set up where we can play for ranks or something like that. Or is there one? I would like to see where i stack up against others in a ranking sytem. If someone knows of one please let me know
 
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Sat Oct 15, 2011, 05:07 PM
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See this post, and the ones above. Someone is probably doing it.
 
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Sat Oct 15, 2011, 10:37 PM
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Originally Posted by evermestmage View Post
I get all this stuff about us not beinfg able to play in the money games. No biggie but my question is why is there not something set up where we can play for ranks or something like that. Or is there one? I would like to see where i stack up against others in a ranking sytem. If someone knows of one please let me know
Hi evermestmage and welcome to the forum.
If you're asking if there are games you can get involved in for play money that are set up like a league, then yes, there are several. Look in the home games forum for clubs and check out the clubs. You can join up to ten of them and if you don't like some, you can leave them and join others.
Many are running play money leagues, including some of Pokerstars Home Game Showcase clubs, which you'll find in your home games lobby. Some are even offering little prizes.

If you're asking about PSO starting a play money league, well my friend, I don't see that in the plans right now I'm afraid. Not that it might not happen down the road, but I don't know of any plans in the very near future.
I encourage you to take advantage of the resources available here though. The live training, videos, blogs and all the rest are quite beneficial and this whole place is a great community for bouncing ideas and such off each other.
Be sure to let us know if you have any questions on this stuff or anything.
 
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Sun Oct 16, 2011, 03:42 AM
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You know, if PSO could spin off using the same PStars software and set something up like Mr. Sexton's "new poker home," I'd effin pay for it.

Of course, I doubt I'm the first person to think of this and I'm sure there's a solid reasoning behind it not happening already.

Hell, name it PokerSchoolUnited and do it.

If that name gets used, I'd like free lifetime membership. Also, I'd like !!!111Dan to stay on as new member coordinator. 'Cause I'm just too damn lazy to do it. Even though I do enjoy greeting peeps before him when I have the chance.
 

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