Joined: May '08
Age: 32 (M)
well to be fair to them they just try to get people involved- by saying personalized they do not mean the stakes you are playing, just as grahamy27 mentioned they look what you like to play (holdem, omaha etc.) and sent you links to these tournaments- buy in is usually is not an issue, cause you can qualify to any major tournament via satellites...don't be to harsh on them- they are just trying to take your last shirt away
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 45 (M)
This is off course a standart email, i´ve got them too (surprise, surprise). The WCOOP is a nice tourney series for every kind of bankroll. But i´ve got to much river-suckouts at this site in the past and play no games there at the moment.
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 50 (M)
Everyone got the same message,just the names are different.This is part of aggresive marketing they (PS ) have to run to cover the aquisition of Full Tilt and mentain their leader position in the industry.Expekt more message with reload bonus and promotions. Good luck
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 36 (M)
I got that email too and started laughing out loud. The most expensive game i've ever played at PS were $5.50 SnGs and what i play most are freerolls and less than $1 buy-in tourneys, because i don't use to deposit there and only play with what i use to win at freerolls. And the tourneys they tell me to enter because of my player profile cost between $110 and $300. At least they could erase that part in which they say they have looked at my profile, doesn't give very good image of the company...