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can their info be trusted?? - Mon Dec 10, 2012, 11:31 AM
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Since: Feb 2011
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I just thought this would be prudent for the members here that rely on pokerprolabs for accurate information. . This site is missing 900+of my sngs from their database..
When I inquired about this I was told if I had some missing tourneys from their database I could manually enter them and once they were aauthenticated, they would enter them..... really???? they expect me to manually enter 900 tourney results so their info would be accuate?? Lmao... so if you actually use this site for info on your opponents, I would definitely take it with a grain of salt.. more acurately, I wouldn't beleive their stats at all if this is any kind of inclination of their accuracy. .


May the tinfoil protect you. MT
 

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