You have also received USD 1.62 in Knockout Bounties for this tournament. You won bounties for the following players: pcs48, mic0100, Xys66, ieatchild, footprints01, CdnPokerPLR Note: As you won the tournament, you also won your own bounty.
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PokerStars Tournament #894603064, No Limit Hold'em Buy-In: $1.08/$0.27/$0.15 USD 9 players Total Prize Pool: $12.15 USD Tournament started 2014/04/11 22:08:05 ET
You finished the tournament in 2nd place. A USD 2.91 award has been credited to your Real Money account.
Congrats mate, we really happy for you but you know that you dont need copypaste every PS mail of yours when you finishing ITM? Start a blog here (some mobbits already did), there you could write about your progress or whatnot.
Joined: May '13
Age: 26 (M)
yeah i am very happy for him too, congratulations to the op. I guess he is posting his wins so that he can get some mob points or it could just be purely ionnocent and he likes to brag about his wins. I do not mind either way, but there should be some banter. Not just cop/ paste the result with no banter at all.
Anyway have a nice day going to watch the wigan vs arsenal second half now. Arsenal looking average though!
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 48 (M)
You seem to be owning these freeroll tournaments lately and long may it continue. These tournaments are very very difficult to cash in, let alone win, so you must be playing really well to keep cashing. Many congrats to you
Posted by doubletop777: You seem to be owning these freeroll tournaments lately and long may it continue. These tournaments are very very difficult to cash in, let alone win, so you must be playing really well to keep cashing. Many congrats to you
^ I wanted to type almost the same thing, if you are owning freerolls then the micro limits will be really easy for you. Freerolls are often harder then lower limits due the amount of beginners and idiots who often mess up your play.
Joined: Feb '11
Age: 24 (M)
I'm sorry and I don't want to come off rude, but I don't see any reason to post this. It's neither impressive nor anything. Should jovi, me or surely others here also, post all our daily ITM SNGs? The buy in doesn't even matter, even if this was at a higher buy in level, ITMs in SNGs are by no means impressive, not even winning one is impressive. SNGs are a grind and should never be considered as a single tournament, especially seeing the odds even an average player has to win, say, a 9 man SNG. If he plays decent volume he will (usually) win a few of them every day.
Like I said, don't take offence from this post, it's nice to see a recreational player having fun and being happy about results he achieved, but I don't think they need a thread to be made, otherwise this forum will end in spam.
Joined: Jan '13
Age: 39 (M)
So you consider yourself a pro at 21? I had posted about how well I can go deep In freerolls which I do daily, well someone said to use my winnings to play some sit n goes and I did, I played 5 of them and ITM 4x, 2 of them 360 man tournies and 2 single tables. Not a bad return in my opinion and I am having fun. Also I made one 20 dollar deposit and lost it quick and made a vow to work from nothing. I have raked in about 300 vvps this month with .80c winnings from a freeroll here and there. Once I can afford to pay higher stakes I will and I will be sure To post my accomplishments. I have also post results as people have offered to stake me in tournaments, I hate failure and rarer doit alone.
Edited by xgcsnippy (Monday, April 14, 2014 @ 13:31 GMT)
Joined: Feb '11
Age: 24 (M)
Posted by xgcsnippy: So you consider yourself a pro at 21?
I was playing fulltime for some time in 2012, you shouldn't judge people on their age. If you don't believe it you can happily sharkscope me. All I was saying is don't spam the forum with posts like this, because in reality it's not impressive to have a win here and there, especially if it's one ITM out of 4-5 games on average. It would be understandable to post deep finishes (and I mean top 1% finishes at least) of MTTs, in SNGs a graph should be the only language a player is speaking, not single results.