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Obviously way to eager .... - Fri Jul 13, 2012, 11:48 AM
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Hello every one.

I have been thinking of creating an account at pokerstars for some time now.

Then i found PSO. It looks great. But I was obviously a bit to eager to get started. I opened my pokerstars account and created my pso profile from there. Then I went a made a deposit.

It seems that I should not have done things this way round, i lose access to the bankroll builder promotion, the skills league and the rest.

Im looking forward to being meeting you on the tables, ant interacting in the community.
 
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Fri Jul 13, 2012, 11:53 AM
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Hi Hades1666

A very warm welcome to Poker school, im sure that you will find lots of great features to help you in your game.

This link will point you in the right direction for all the goodies.

Have fun, and good luck at the tables.

Regards

Tony


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Fri Jul 13, 2012, 12:54 PM
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Hi Hades1666!

That won't stop you from being able to play in the skill leagues. You're eligible to play in either the Open Skill League or the Premier Qualifier League. The only one that you would not be eligible for is the Premier League, as a player has to qualify to play in it thru either the Open or Qualifier.

Good luck at the tables.

John (JWK24)


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Fri Jul 13, 2012, 02:22 PM
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Hi JWK24.

That is awesome news. I would like to be able to get involved in the league. Even if I have to work hard to prove myself worthy

Thank you for the warm welcome wiltshireman. It is indeed very much appreciated


So my next step is to wait 17 hours and some minutes so that I am able to complete the quiz.
 
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Fri Jul 13, 2012, 07:18 PM
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Welcome Hades good to have you aboard.

I saw in your profile you said you played for fun I'm assuming you meant play money.The transition from play money to real money can be difficult as I found out.I have over 3 million in play chips and my real monies isn't anywhere near that....yet....lol
When I made my first deposit sevral years ago I lost all ten dollars except for 98cents and I put it down for long time due to reasons I may explain in my blog one day.
Since I came back few months ago I've learned so much here I can't even begin to tell you how my game has improved but my 98 cents is now up to $91.42
I'm hoping the server will crash and they mix up my real money and play money account which at that point I may have to cash out

Good luck man
Dean
 
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Fri Jul 13, 2012, 10:16 PM
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Hi there Deanihilator,

Thank you very much for the welcome. Very much appreciated.

Yes i started playing on play money bur quickly moved to real money. I mostly play online at one of our local online poker rooms. But I played for recreation, making money was always nice, my losses more than compensated as entertainment value.

Since I only played low stakes i, never risked much. and if i lost it all, i just made another deposit the next time i felt like playing. The i drifted away ...played less and less and stopped.

So now, I have decided that if I am going to plsy ... i might as well make it count, and make it profitable.

Congrats with your roll. That is quite an achievement.
 
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Sat Jul 14, 2012, 11:59 AM
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Congrats with your roll. That is quite an achievement.
I blame PSO and it's members
 

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