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Deep in the .25 $100 added - Thu Feb 14, 2013, 12:27 AM
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Currently 1st of 95 left in the .25 $100 added, railers welcome.



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Thu Feb 14, 2013, 01:31 AM
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Ended up 30th, AK was my nemesis.



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Thu Feb 14, 2013, 01:39 AM
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I play this mostly for nostalgia value, since my BR dictates a much higher level. I guess I'm just comfortable with the play, which is exactly why I should move up.

Still, it's hard to broach new horizons when you are having success at your current level. Truth is if I could just bink one of these, then I could consider them beat and move on.

So my question is, do you have to win the tourney to figure you beat the level?? Or is regular cashing a good enough indication that you should move along??



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Thu Feb 14, 2013, 09:51 AM
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So my question is, do you have to win the tourney to figure you beat the level?? Or is regular cashing a good enough indication that you should move along??
Hey Joy!

I know that tourney well. IMO, beating a level is constantly, consistantly running at a very good ROI. Use me as an example in this exact torunament. I've never had a FT in it, but over 200 times playing it, I'm running at +33% ROI.
To win one, you've got to get lucky. It's skill to be able to cash at a good rate consistantly over time.

If you find something that you like playing that you're crushing... go right ahead and keep playing it.

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