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----overlays---- - Sun Jan 08, 2012, 11:23 PM
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Watching the Main PS Lobby, I'm thinking we need a main post for Overlay Tourneys that we find if any. It doesn't happen often, and when it does, it's nice to cash in on it.

Post Any Tournaments here.

As of 11:30pm ET, the 11:00pm $2.20 Regular MTT 1.5K GTD still 150 players away from meeting GTD 1/2 hr Late Reg still left.

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Sun Jan 08, 2012, 11:48 PM
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almost met the GTD, 12 mins left late reg.
 
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Tue Jan 10, 2012, 11:02 PM
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I've played in one or two with a small overlay.

The $4.40 NLH [8-max, 1000 Cap, $1.5k Gtd] needs 375 people to break even, and today there's only 368. Not a lot, but it's something I guess

And sometimes some of the the $2.20 or $3.30 6-max tourneys I've seen come in slightly under too?

I used to buy into those 1R1A tourneys with the rebuy and the add-on ... but at least half the field seems to treat the rebuys as overlay of a non-rebuy tourney, sort of a deal? Like if it's a $2.20 1R1A, then they're playing $4.20 for a tourney that half the field will pay $6.20 to play? So it's like paying $4.20 for a tourney with $5.20 prize pool, sort of? maybe? Except there's that theory that buying in for the full amount gives one a chip advantage, so then there's that ... I don't know ... semi-maybe-possible overlay I guess

That's all I've seen so far
 

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