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Fpp -> t$ - Mon Nov 05, 2012, 09:31 AM
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sydhollow97's Avatar
Since: Jan 2012
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Ok so I just figured this out today. I have no money on my PS account again cause I moved to england, but I still have all these FPP points so I just started playing 20fpp 9 player satelite sng's to micromillions and if you win the same one twice you get 1$ in tourny cash. The top 2 places get the ticket for the event(or 1 T$) and 3rd gets 50fpp.

So if I play well I can pretty much keep my FPPs at the same level while earning T$, which I can use to buy into real money tournaments. Hopefully win a couple tournaments and I could be starting a bankroll from scratch again! :P

Anyway, I thought this was pretty awesome. One question though, is there any way to convert T$ into cash? I'd rather play cash games than tournies
 
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Mon Nov 05, 2012, 09:48 AM
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Since: Aug 2010
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You can not convert T$ into cash in the PokerStars software, however you may be able to sell your T$ to an online dealer.
The possibility of providing a thread here for this purpose is currently being considered, but has yet to be decided upon. In the mean time i would suggest you look on line for T$ dealers.

Thanks fir your post, and good luck at the tables.


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