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PLHE @ pokerdollars - Sun Oct 13, 2002, 11:46 AM
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The ring games on the school side seldom go, possibly because we aren't able to use our BRs or win points, etc. so I tried the "funside" version and was very pleasantly surprised. Calling stations, some, maniacs, none at the time; good play to be found.

Makes me ready for a ring game league played with our own BR with the current (1/2 blinds) and a means of winning points in a month of ring play. I can't believe this is still "beta" rather than included. It seems to work better than the tournaments.
 
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Sun Oct 13, 2002, 12:03 PM
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Also, the button disappeared during hand play - not sure of circumstance, might have had to do with an empty seat?

I played about an hour and moved my starting stack of $100 up to $800 largely due to the aforementioned calling stations. I couldn't figure if the BR stays with me for future play because I don't remember whether I ever had any play money before. One player had over $10K and I doubt that he made it in one session, or even one day?

The format puts the fun back in fun play - stuff tournaments as far as one old person is concerned. PL ring play ROOLZ!
 
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Re: PLHE @ pokerdollars - Sat Oct 19, 2002, 01:21 AM
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Originally Posted by geezer
I can't believe this is still "beta" rather than included.
Want to make an over/under bet on how long it will be in beta???
 
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Sat Oct 19, 2002, 05:18 PM
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Geezer,

I also play the funplay beta ring game. Mostly durring lunch durring the week. Tend to see many of the same people there then.

Some good, some not.

And yes, your BR carry's over.

Bob
 
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Sat Oct 19, 2002, 07:42 PM
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Want to make an over/under bet on how long it will be in beta?
Whatever you set, I'll take the overs - including "ever"! Hope I'm wrong. I just can't take tournaments any more.
 
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Sat Oct 19, 2002, 08:02 PM
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bah!!! i will only take the over!!! there's no reason to hope you're wrong when you KNOW you are right
 

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