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  24-Feb-15, 21:39   #1
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toronto_r_us 

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these 2 tournaments are so different .
in bankroll mob u can be a lot more loose of a player vs Poke.rschool
why u ask?

because in bankroll mob u dont get penalised rating when u lose early in the tournament, u just move onto the next one. "in the leaderboard for prizes"


in Pok.erschool, u get penalised for losing early and can drop down to the 22,000 ranks "in the leaderboard". and u got to stay up into the top 2000 to get some rewards.

So play TIGHTER in poke.rschool, and play LOOSER in bankroll mob trnies,
heck play both at same time, and try this strategy, it works for me.

Edited by toronto_r_us (Tuesday, February 24, 2015 @ 21:40 GMT)


     
  24-Feb-15, 22:44   #2
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bowie1984 

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You do realize that you only need doubling up once to reach the 2000s safely in pokerschool open league though, right?
It's not like both played by hardened pros or anything - if you have some patience and time on your hands ITM is not at all unlikely with both, the only thing worrysome is the overall payout which if you look at a 'per hour' sum is not reall all that good. Probably everybody would be better of playing ABC at a micro cash table.

     
  25-Feb-15, 03:16   #3
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toronto_r_us 

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Posted by bowie1984:
You do realize that you only need doubling up once to reach the 2000s safely in pokerschool open league though, right?
It's not like both played by hardened pros or anything - if you have some patience and time on your hands ITM is not at all unlikely with both, the only thing worrysome is the overall payout which if you look at a 'per hour' sum is not reall all that good. Probably everybody would be better of playing ABC at a micro cash table.


if i understand u, doubling up once of what? if u r at 18,000 rank , and u win 1 trny, u are not even close to being in top 2000. or what are u saying
i seen some people ask here whats the difference between them, value of overall payment is better here, so then my idea still works. play looser than in pso
i think its been explained what the dif is to make leaderboard since they ask for this. or its too hard, etc etc in pok.erstars.

Edited by toronto_r_us (Wednesday, February 25, 2015 @ 03:22 GMT)


     
  25-Feb-15, 03:21   #4
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bowie1984 

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Means u could make into the 2000s easily with slightly above 3k worth of chips.
What is so hard to understand on 'doubling up'?

     
  25-Feb-15, 03:22   #5
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toronto_r_us 

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brb ty

Edited by toronto_r_us (Wednesday, February 25, 2015 @ 03:49 GMT)


     
  25-Feb-15, 03:33   #6
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bowie1984 

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I was.
Their leader.board recognize you if u end up above the 2000th place on one tourey. You could make into the 2000s by doubling up only once in every time you play.
The ranking obviously will come when you end up the ranks in most of the toureys in the specific month.
That's what I was talking about.

Of course it would be helpful if U stopped with the retroactive editing of your posts in this thread so at least from an outside standpoint my f**king answers would make sense to everybody.
'cuz when I type my answers to you, the thing I answered for isn't even there no more.

     
  25-Feb-15, 08:25   #7
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magatt966 

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Posted by bowie1984:

Of course it would be helpful if U stopped with the retroactive editing of your posts in this thread so at least from an outside standpoint my f**king answers would make sense to everybody.
'cuz when I type my answers to you, the thing I answered for isn't even there no more.


Just quote him next time, as am doing now, so his statemets will be fixed forever

     
  25-Feb-15, 16:10   #8
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toronto_r_us 

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i was editing before while he responded first time, i never even seen his post until after.


the second time i did it because he is over reacting magat966
i just want to know peopls opinions about bankroll vs pso.
he does make a good point of the money value in the leaderboard, but i till dont undrstand what he means, wtf does doubling up in a trny got to do with anything to make top 2000 in pso.
u need to get into the top 400 most of the time in the trnies just to get into the 2000 ranks of pso, he should know this.
isnt as simple as he thinks.


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Posted by bowie1984:
I was.
Their leader.board recognize you if u end up above the 2000th place on one tourey. You could make into the 2000s by doubling up only once in every time you play.
The ranking obviously will come when you end up the ranks in most of the toureys in the specific month.
That's what I was talking about.

Of course it would be helpful if U stopped with the retroactive editing of your posts in this thread so at least from an outside standpoint my f**king answers would make sense to everybody.
'cuz when I type my answers to you, the thing I answered for isn't even there no more.





when u say this """"Their leader.board recognize you if u end up above the 2000th place on one tourey. You could make into the 2000s by doubling up only once in every time you play.""""
on one trny huh?????? how u get to top 2000 RANK! not position in a single tourney

     
  25-Feb-15, 19:19   #9
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pinotte 
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True PSO open league is a very hard game in Nov.2014 i finished in 28th position for the month and collected $10.00 with my 20VPP under 20 would have been $2.00 you have to be in the top 10th. to get good money.

In BRM leaderboard if you finished in the top 30 you are getting not far from top 10 in PSO however the leaderboard BRM is for 3 months and th make top 30 you have too play a lot of games.

And if you do very good in the top 200 tournament of BRM then it becomes very interesting.

Althought that i am now playing PSO IMO the BRM leaderboard is better and if you play the Full Tilt one its a bit easier than pokerstars. Worship Worship Worship

     
  25-Feb-15, 19:49   #10
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toronto_r_us 

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i agree pinotte. i do play a lot of bankroll mob trnies, they are fun, i love the chase win or lose, adrelanin junky
as i said before, i play backgammon for same reason.
i registered in pso in 2010, but never really been online a lot back then, i just got back myself a while ago, and i am learning this game myself, it is fun,
i think i am doing ok for how much i know.
hard to get through the all ins at bginning of trnies,
remember A/A is only 44% to win vs 4 more calls.
so is tough to get past.


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i have never deposited before, since i am kinda newish here again at pokerstars, still dont understand all the rules and terms of withdrawing after deposited.
so i am just playing the freerolls, and when i win some small amout i will play the 11 cent GTD.
if i ever win a good placein thetop 200 leaderboard or something from weekly rd hubbles. then i am still unsure where i go from there.
being said, i still believe u can play looser in bankroll vs pso to win that small amount

Edited by toronto_r_us (Wednesday, February 25, 2015 @ 19:53 GMT)


     
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