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why r we here? - Mon Dec 23, 2002, 04:39 PM
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Gonna make this quick and to the point:

i Think people need to remind themselves as to why they joined PSO.

Did you join to earn spondership points?
Did you learn to play the Big One? (and poss win)
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Did u join to improve your game?


so really, What difference does it make how long he joined school. When i joined it was a few weeks be4 the 1st big one. I had no clue what it was, I just enetered every event i could to get the practice.

I never played the 1st big one though (i don't think i even qualified) but i know if i did i wouldn't have played.

My point is, I thought we were here to learn to game of poker.

I think people are getting gready and selfish with the sponsorship points end.

I play the best I can all the time. If bad play happens to be my A game than that is what i need to work on. I know I am very inconsistant and i make a lot of bad plays and calls. But that is why I am here. Thanks to pso and it's members I have greatly improved my game, so i knmow I am getting my money's worth.

Another thing, this BS about annual members getting special treatment is exactly that BS. I am not an annual member because I choose not to be. Paying monthly is easier for me. Not because I can leave pso at any time, but because it is hard to me to pay $150 al at once. I like other things that cost me more (like if i stoped spendign money on football i would probably be an annual member)

But anyway, like I said...
I joined PSO to improve my game. not to win sponsorship points, not to win the big one. But to IMPROVE MY GAME, so that when i play in the B&M I can do better. I am sure that is the reason you all joined as well. If I happen to earn any sponsorship points, that is just an extra added bonus. I think a lot of people have come to expect too much from mark and tina and are getting selfish.

Also, as far as the seats for the big one, someone said it right. The annual members and round 2 events were for the purpose of C&D seats, if mark only used these events for qualification into the big one, then there would only be approx 200 maybe 250 entries, he doesn't want to make it that easy for weveryone.

How would you feel if u sat down at a table in a tourney with former wsop winners and after you made the final table Hilmouth says on ESPN, "what an ass, he played like a donkey, he shouldn't even be here" This forum to pso is like espn to the wsop. You wouldn't feel so good would you.
 
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Mon Dec 23, 2002, 05:16 PM
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I never played the 1st big one though (i don't think i even qualified) but i know if i did i wouldn't have played.
Didin't the last chance events cost $500 in bankroll to enter last year?

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My point is, I thought we were here to learn to game of poker.
Some are, some aren't.

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I think people are getting gready and selfish with the sponsorship points end.
I haven't seen anything that supports this view.

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I play the best I can all the time. If bad play happens to be my A game than that is what i need to work on. I know I am very inconsistant and i make a lot of bad plays and calls. But that is why I am here. Thanks to pso and it's members I have greatly improved my game, so i knmow I am getting my money's worth.
I've got worse. Do I get a refund? :wink:

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Another thing, this BS about annual members getting special treatment is exactly that BS.
I haven't seen anybody asking for this either, and I agree, they shouldn't get special treatment.

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How would you feel if u sat down at a table in a tourney with former wsop winners and after you made the final table Hilmouth says on ESPN, "what an ass, he played like a donkey, he shouldn't even be here" This forum to pso is like espn to the wsop. You wouldn't feel so good would you.
You mean like he did to this years winner? I'd laugh my head off and tell him he sucked. For starters.
 

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