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  14-Jan-12, 14:29   #1
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pica78 
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200 gtd buy in 11 euros this is crazy Thumbs Down Aww crap!

Edited by pica78 (Saturday, January 14, 2012 @ 14:44 GMT)


     
  14-Jan-12, 17:19   #2
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Fackinas 
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Man I wish you will get banned with thread like this ..

     
  14-Jan-12, 17:22   #3
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raypie1234 
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ok it isnt freeroll

     
  14-Jan-12, 20:11   #4
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pica78 
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fine to me but i will spend 11 euros and play on pokerstars for 17.5k gtd better than 200gtd Cool

     
  14-Jan-12, 21:50   #5
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Fackinas 
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... In 200GTD you have big chance to cash in and in 17,5K GTD you will have less chance to win but bigger amount .. SO it is same s**t.. What you will choose heads up 6max or full ring SNG ? Big Smile with same buy in

     
  15-Jan-12, 02:22   #6
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jessthehuman 

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Posted by pica78:
fine to me but i will spend 11 euros and play on pokerstars for 17.5k gtd better than 200gtd Cool


That is sort of like comparing a $10 6max SNG to a $10 90man SNG ..

It's the the value of your ticket/entry that counts, not the prize pool.

     
  15-Jan-12, 06:51   #7
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xdomagojx 

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You failed i think. Let me check... Yep fail. Blink

     
  15-Jan-12, 12:27   #8
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IslandJack 

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Posted by pica78:
200 gtd buy in 11 euros this is crazy Thumbs Down Aww crap!


Not been here much lately, but apparently the quality of the posts here has Skyrocketed lately.
Nice....
Maybe I should check In more often. Big Smile

     
  15-Jan-12, 16:52   #9
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DarkagonX0X 

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WELL,islandjack has a point here. 11 Bucks for a 200gtd???? loooolllll

     
  16-Jan-12, 11:24   #10
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xdomagojx 

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Posted by DarkagonX0X:
WELL,islandjack has a point here. 11 Bucks for a 200gtd???? loooolllll


I guess you are one of those who dont understand how prize money works in tournaments.

For example 18 players registered today for 200GTD with 8€ buy-in. 18 x 8 = 144€ = normal prize pool in a 8€ buy-in tournament. But since it s 200 GTD you get 56€ more in a prize pool and they lost money on that tournament giving it to YOU.

So read again and think why are you complaining here. Like someone stole from you. Instead you should be grateful these type of tournaments exist.

Some people are bloody fools.

Cheers.

     
  16-Jan-12, 15:34   #11
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arthur72 

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lolol $200 is good for BR building.... Worship Worship Worship Worship

     
  17-Jan-12, 08:30   #12
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Darth_bane 
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biggest fool with dumbest comment is you

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xdomagojx

     
  17-Jan-12, 08:58   #13
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jessthehuman 

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Posted by xdomagojx:
Posted by DarkagonX0X:
WELL,islandjack has a point here. 11 Bucks for a 200gtd???? loooolllll


I guess you are one of those who dont understand how prize money works in tournaments.

For example 18 players registered today for 200GTD with 8� buy-in. 18 x 8 = 144� = normal prize pool in a 8� buy-in tournament. But since it s 200 GTD you get 56� more in a prize pool and they lost money on that tournament giving it to YOU.

So read again and think why are you complaining here. Like someone stole from you. Instead you should be grateful these type of tournaments exist.

Some people are bloody fools.

Cheers.


Haha so he was complaining because they ran a tournament with an OVERLAY - that is priceless.

     
  17-Jan-12, 11:36   #14
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Fakiry 

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You can think they are asking a bit too much for such a low money prize, but perhaps you will have a field of only 20 players, which, after all, make it awesome opportunity! And if some guys do rebuys, they will be increasing prizes, which makes it even better. I don’t think it’s that bad. Last time I played a gtd it was 3,30 buy-in for 50gtd. This is 4x more buy-in, four times more gtd prize: nice!

     
  17-Jan-12, 11:45   #15
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IslandJack 

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Posted by pica78:
200 gtd buy in 11 euros this is crazy Thumbs Down Aww crap!


I´ll explain further from Darkagon:

The GTD number is isuually meaningless, it is set to attract players.
For example, a $5.50 buy-in for 500 GTD.
0.50 cents are rake
$5 goes to the prizepool
The site needs 100 players to sign up to get to the GTD $500

Often, more players will sign up, and the prizepool goes up to $1.200 to $2.000.
(400 players x $5 buy-in) = $2.000

If that tourney you are talking about only has 10 players x $11 buy-in = $110
So DEFINITELY play it, because it´s an "Overlay" tourney, meaning there is more money in the pot than the ratio players/buy-in !

When you see $50.000 GTD....you say WOW, but that means nothing, because you have to beat a hell of a lot more players to cash, 1.000´s of them, or pay a higher buy-in.

It all evens out in the end, so your comment is actually meaningless.

Hope you understand the concept of how these GTD figures work?


     
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