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Really PSO?? - Tue Jan 17, 2012, 01:45 AM
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Since: Sep 2010
Posts: 865
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I have objections to the info under the bad beat thread. Where it states:
and I quote

Bad Beats
"Post all those Beats that you need to show off here."

"Need to show off" ...you mean like the need to put 1 Member above all others for 1 week/month??

Excuse me, but seems like I'm the one opening up my game to the rest of the forum when I post these.
Never, have I ever heard of broadcasting losing, as showing off.

I think I need to start looking for somewhere they appreciate the players, and not constantly downplay and analyze me to where I feel like I'm in Jail for murder.

The players here are being constantly abused by PokerStars.

Does anyone have a clue how much money is being depositted monthly by users on this site??

this site isn't here for us, but for a generator of funds.

Teach players how to play, and they feel confident to bet real money.

I'm going to a forum that has no ties to any online poker site. Where reality shows up knocking on your door every time AA gets broken heads up.

Last edited by Stakehorse75; Tue Jan 17, 2012 at 03:51 AM..
 
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Wed Jan 18, 2012, 07:18 PM
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Since: Jul 2011
Posts: 26,019
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Hi Stakehorse75,

You have made a valid point here and the Title description has been changed accordingly.

Your contributions here in PSO are very much appreciated and I look forward to your continued involvment in the Forum.

Regards,

Raiser


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