Joined: Nov '12
Age: 55 (F)
yeah I a little luck is always nice, but I had to work for these wining's , by following a very tight playing style and also have learn to adapt to playing styles , so I can mix my game a little, always helps.
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 52 (M)
Well done and good luck to all BRM'ers, I ve only had one chance to play so far and bombed out to a really bad hand that beat me...oh well....maybe tonight while X Factor or sometghing equally as crap is ion TV
Joined: Oct '11
Age: 31 (M)
have also some good experience with these freerolls cashed 2 times in the 1 & 2 freerolls for 4 and 5 $. both times i finished between 200-300. but yesterday i went deep in the 4k,eventually finished 36th place or so, which kinda sucks because i got 12$ for this and the winner gets about 400$. anyway today and tommorow these freerolls are getting really juicy with the 5K for today and the 10 k for tomorrow. winner gonna take 500/1000$
4000 of 15033(!) players remaining, with 3600 places getting paid. they seemed to have changed the payout structure for the 5 & 10 K. usually if you reached the first payout step, you usually got something like 4$ in the 2k,6$ in the 3k.... but there were just 540 players getting paid now the 3600th place gets 0,30$ and you gotta finish 90th or better to get 7$ aint that juicy anymore
Posted by Weenie: how many points I need to play this freerolls?
you need to earn a fraction of 1 FT points. so just sit down at any cash table and as soon as you were involved in a pot which got raked, you are free to play in any of the upcoming freerolls
good one on the cashes. Cashed in the Friday 11pm Deal me...66th for $8. Was a weird one...card dead almost the whole way, wake up with a hand and double up. Played a total of 13 hands. Seemed each time I was a goner would double up. Won all my shoves and showdowns not one bad beat something like six in a row for the shoves..Hand #13 was unlucky but by then it didn't matter anyway. Playing styles are different in these than Stars freerolls, they don't seem to be anywhere near as donkified. Only played at two tables and both were very good. Nice change!
Edited by rbdflyboy (Saturday, November 10, 2012 @ 16:13 GMT)
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 50 (M)
$250,000 to play for in the Deal Me In Freeroll Tournaments Deal Me In Freeroll Tournaments held on Sunday, November 11th will feature a $10,000 prize pool, with a total of $100,000 to be won on that day. Too good to last longer.Let's break records mobsters