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Clocking - Tue Oct 14, 2014, 08:10 PM
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ok not sure if this is right area or not but Iam playing in the Open and I utilize my 8 seconds of time clock and I was in 5th place on leaderboard and just dropped to 12th but anyway I just got an email stating I will be punished if I continue to use my clock which as I said I dont let the time bank actually kick in, but how am I supposed to compete for 1st place when even if I do use my 8 seconds its tough to get to pos points I mean we have a strict hand selection we have to follow and those hands dont come up all the time and fast play is just gonna blind me out like at 3000th place versus me using those 8 seconds and finishing in 1440 now reason I say 3000th place if I dont use those 3 seconds is because I was on a fast table the other day and even with my usingthose 8 seconds I went out in 2200th place so if I cant use it then what 3000th place finish? some advice please
 
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Wed Oct 15, 2014, 07:35 AM
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xxxx Moved xxxxx

Several members have received similiar email regarding clocking. I suggest that your contact support@pokerstars.com for further help and information.

Good luck at the tables.


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Wed Oct 15, 2014, 09:22 AM
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OK WILTSHIREMAN Iam looking for help from other PSO OSL players to see what they have come up with
 

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