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PSO Poker Wars **Official Discussion Thread** - Sun Oct 27, 2013, 12:02 PM
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Hello Members,

Are you ready for battle? The November tournament series will be PSO Poker Wars. The tournament series will run in the PSO Community Club homegame from November 1st - 10th and will include games for both real and play money players.

When and Where

All tournaments will be played in the PokerSchoolOnline Community Home Game Club. The games will be held at 12:00, 15:00, 18:00 and 21:00 ET.

Points and Leaderboards

All of the games will use a 20% payout and points will be awarded to all ITM finishers only, based on the following chart. These points will count BOTH for the monthly and yearly leaderboards that will be in the News forum:

1st – 100 points
2nd – 70 points
3rd – 60 points
4th – 50 points
5th – 45 points
6th – 40 points
7th – 35 points
8th - 30 points
9th – 25 points
Top 1/3 of the remaining ITM finishers – 20 points
Middle 1/3 of the remaining ITM finishers – 15 points
Bottom 1/3 of the remaining ITM finishers – 10 points


Real Money Prizes

The cash leaderboard prizes* for this month will be:

1st - $22.00 ticket
2nd - $11.00 ticket
3rd - $11.00 ticket
4th - $5.50 ticket
5th - $5.50 ticket
6th thru 10th - $2.20 ticket


* Terms & Conditions

1. The promotion will run from November 1st - November 10th.
2. The promotion is run by PokerSchoolOnline who reserve the right to edit, change or modify the promotion in anyway deemed fit without notification at any time.
3. No real money prizes will be awarded for winners of play money games.
4. To be eligible for a prize players must be a registered member of PokerSchoolOnline and have made at least one post in the Forum prior to November 11th, 2013.
5. Real money prize winners will be credited with their tickets 2/3 working days after the promotion ends.
6. PokerSchoolOnline decision will be final in all circumstances.

Best of Luck!

Team PokerSchoolOnline.


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Sun Oct 27, 2013, 12:18 PM
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Here is the tentative game list. *all games subject to be changed* ALL EVENTS will be knockout games.

CASH GAMES

Friday, 1st
12:00 - Event 1: $0.13 Triple Stud
15:00 - Event 2: $0.32 FL Hold’em
18:00 - Event 3: $0.65 NLHE
21:00 - Event 4: $0.32 NLHE

Saturday, 2nd
12:00 - Event 5: $0.65 NLHE
15:00 - Event 6: $1.35 NLHE
18:00 - Event 7: $0.13 FL Badugi
21:00 - Event 8: $0.32 NL NLHE

Sunday, 3rd
12:00 - Event 9: $0.32 PLO
15:00 - Event 10: $0.65 NL Hold'em
18:00 - Event 11: $0.32 NLHE (6-Max)
21:00 - Event 12: $0.13 NLHE

Monday, 4th
12:00 - Event 13: $0.13 HORSE
15:00 - Event 14: $0.65 NLHE
18:00 - Event 15: $0.65 NLHE
21:00 - Event 16: $0.32 PL Omaha H/L

Tuesday, 5th
12:00 - Event 17: $0.13 Mixed PL Hold'em/PL Omaha
15:00 - Event 18: $0.13 NL 5 Card Draw
18:00 - Event 19: $0.65 NLHE
21:00 - Event 20: $0.32 NLHE

Wednesday, 6th
12:00 - Event 21: $0.13 NLHE
15:00 - Event 22: $0.32 PL Omaha H/L
18:00 - Event 23: $0.65 NLHE
21:00 - Event 24: $0.32 PLO (6-Max)

Thursday, 7th
12:00 - Event 25: $0.32 Razz
15:00 - Event 26: $0.65 NLHE
18:00 - Event 27: $0.32 PLO
21:00 - Event 28: $0.13 NLHE

Friday, 8th
12:00 - Event 29: $0.65 NLHE
15:00 - Event 30: $0.32 PLO (6-Max)
18:00 - Event 31: $0.65 PL Hold'em
21:00 - Event 32: $0.13 NLHE

Saturday, 9th
12:00 - Event 33: $1.35 NLHE
15:00 - Event 34: $0.32 2-7 NL Single Draw
18:00 - Event 35: $0.65 NLHE (6-Max)
21:00 - Event 36: $0.13 8-Game

Sunday, 10th
12:00 - Event 37: $0.65 NLHE
15:00 - Event 38: $2.70 NLHE Main Event
18:00 - Event 39: $0.32 NLHE
21:00 - Event 40: $0.13 NLHE

PLAY MONEY GAMES

Friday, 1st
12:00 - Event 1: $27 Triple Stud
15:00 - Event 2: $67.50 FL Hold’em
18:00 - Event 3: $265 NLHE
21:00 - Event 4: $134 NLHE

Saturday, 2nd
12:00 - Event 5: $265 NLHE
15:00 - Event 6: $395 NLHE
18:00 - Event 7: $67.50 FL Badugi
21:00 - Event 8: $27 NL NLHE

Sunday, 3rd
12:00 - Event 9: $27 PLO
15:00 - Event 10: $395 NLHE
18:00 - Event 11: $134 NLHE (6-Max)
21:00 - Event 12: $67.50 NLHE

Monday, 4th
12:00 - Event 13: $27 HORSE
15:00 - Event 14: $134 NLHE
18:00 - Event 15: $265 NLHE
21:00 - Event 16: $67.50 PL Omaha H/L

Tuesday, 5th
12:00 - Event 17: $27 Mixed PL Hold'em/PL Omaha
15:00 - Event 18: $134 NL 5 Card Draw
18:00 - Event 19: $395 NLHE
21:00 - Event 20: $67.50 NLHE

Wednesday, 6th
12:00 - Event 21: $265 NLHE
15:00 - Event 22: $27 PL Omaha H/L
18:00 - Event 23: $67.50 NLHE
21:00 - Event 24: $134 PLO (6-Max)

Thursday, 7th
12:00 - Event 25: $27 Razz
15:00 - Event 26: $134 NLHE
18:00 - Event 27: $67.50 PLO
21:00 - Event 28: $265 NLHE

Friday, 8th
12:00 - Event 29: $27 NLHE
15:00 - Event 30: $134 PLO (6-Max)
18:00 - Event 31: $265 PL Hold'em
21:00 - Event 32: $67.50 NLHE

Saturday, 9th
12:00 - Event 33: $265 NLHE
15:00 - Event 34: $13.50 2-7 NL Single Draw
18:00 - Event 35: $134 NLHE (6-Max)
21:00 - Event 36: $67.50 8-Game

Sunday, 10th
12:00 - Event 37: $265 NLHE
15:00 - Event 38: $655 NLHE Main Event
18:00 - Event 39: $134 NLHE
21:00 - Event 40: $67.50 NLHE


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Sun Oct 27, 2013, 12:19 PM
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WAR!

What is it good for?

ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!

Except perhaps a PSO Home Games Poker Series....

I'll be weaponising ready for this one.




Good luck all

Ed


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Sun Oct 27, 2013, 12:38 PM
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WAR!

What is good for?
Profits?
 
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Sun Oct 27, 2013, 01:06 PM
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Does that mean there will be a false flag???

I will turn up with both barrels loaded as per


Should be fun gg all fist.


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Sun Oct 27, 2013, 02:08 PM
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WAR!

What is it good for?

ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!

Except perhaps a PSO Home Games Poker Series....

I'll be weaponising ready for this one.




Good luck all

Ed

I thought it was good for freeing the enslaved masses!!!

Good Luck all hope to play as many as I can

Grade b


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Sun Oct 27, 2013, 04:59 PM
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WAR!

What is it good for?

ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!

Except perhaps a PSO Home Games Poker Series....

I'll be weaponising ready for this one.




Good luck all

Ed
Are You a Seinfeld Fan Edd ?
 
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Sun Oct 27, 2013, 07:07 PM
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I don't know about Seinfeld but I think Ed's referring to this

www.youtube.com/watch?v=01-2pNCZiNk‎
 
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Mon Oct 28, 2013, 03:02 AM
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I don't know about Seinfeld but I think Ed's referring to this

www.youtube.com/watch?v=01-2pNCZiNk‎
A bit early for me but I could walk then and now I can think also about other stuff.

Nearly got political. I remember a tune back in the 80s. Was that the same punch line? "What is it good for"?

Absolutely nothing. Can you redact anything someone says?

Will try ME next month just can't cope with the normal carnage, let alone a knockout war.
 
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Mon Oct 28, 2013, 03:28 AM
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These 'series' seem to be a little repetitive although I like the knockout feature.
 
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Mon Oct 28, 2013, 03:42 AM
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I don't know about Seinfeld but I think Ed's referring to this

www.youtube.com/watch?v=01-2pNCZiNk‎
Uh huh...
 
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Mon Oct 28, 2013, 01:34 PM
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These 'series' seem to be a little repetitive although I like the knockout feature.
Strange as i did not see it this series
Is there to be no event #10 ko a pso bounty bonus point game?
Anyways cant wait to see everyone
gl all in all always but ya know ya gotta get through me in these
Steve will tell ya who the KO king is!!


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Mon Oct 28, 2013, 01:53 PM
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Would it be possible to put the speeds and starting stacks up along side the lists of games, I will tend to play what ever games I'm home in time for but I know that some people do not like hyper turbos or would prefer that format.


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Is there to be no event #10 ko a pso bounty bonus point game?
Hi 00Johnny00!

I can't make it work with my schedule to track one... I'm gone from Thurs-Monday as I'm playing two HPT tourneys live.

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Mon Oct 28, 2013, 02:13 PM
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Would it be possible to put the speeds and starting stacks up along side the lists of games,
Hi Grade b!

We intentionally don't put this up incase something needs to change with one of them.

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Tue Oct 29, 2013, 02:54 AM
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hi
new here and would like to join this series
where do I find home game code?
 
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Tue Oct 29, 2013, 05:55 AM
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how to join that club?
 
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Tue Oct 29, 2013, 06:10 AM
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hi
new here and would like to join this series
where do I find home game code?
Hey Wayne
  • Open the main PokerStars lobby, then click on the Home Games tab. - Click the 'Join a Poker Club'
  • Enter our Club ID number: 606097
  • Enter our Invitation Code: psoclub2013
  • That's it!

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how to join that club?
You're accepted Kitz, welcome to the club

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Tue Oct 29, 2013, 08:30 AM
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Hi kitzMe001,

Welcome to PokerSchoolOnline!

Here is a link to help familiarize you with all the features and services available at PSO. Feel free to look around the forum
and post any comments or questions you may have.



You are invited to join the PokerSchoolOnline Community Home Games Club, and information on how to join the club
may be found HERE. The PSO Poker Wars Series will be held from November 1st 'til November 10th.

Hope to see you there!

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Tue Oct 29, 2013, 09:31 AM
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I hope everyone is excited about this as I am! Looks like I got my computer problems solved just in time to take this series down so bring it on PSOers! Bring it on!

Oh and good luck!



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