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summer challange ?? - Sat Aug 23, 2014, 02:13 PM
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After watching myself sit at a table with no one else and all of a sudden see table closed server side I have to wonder , actually what is this ?? How do you lose with no partner play heads up?? I guess the computer has it all , so what is the sense in even having a game, why not just drawn names and post them.

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Sat Aug 23, 2014, 03:02 PM
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*Moved to more appropriate forum* - Fadyen


This has happened to myself also and is in fact quite a common glitch with the all-in shootouts but don't worry, you do not lose to no player. What happens is the server closes the table you are on and moves you to another to face an opponent in the next round. However sometimes because of the huge number of table reallocations in these games some players tables won't open up on their computer. This gives the appearance of you just being knocked out but if you open up the tourney lobby and click the 'Take my seat' button you will find your table should open and you can view the remainder of the shootout.

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