Joined: Nov '12
Age: 25 (M)
I have scheduled to play the tournament of $ 109 buy-in with re-entry, and hopefully qualify for the Sunday Million $ 215 next Sunday, to be within the range of both WCOOP tournaments are slow, with blinds of 20 minutes I hope to have the patience to do a good tournament because will be very long
Joined: Jun '12
Age: 52 (M)
I will play the Sunday Million WCOOP next Sunday Patience is what more is needed for these tournaments because they are very long, with 4 hours of late registration and scheduled to be played by two days I also hope to classify some other satellite tournament series, would not be bad to play some tournament $ 320 or $ 700 buy-in
No WCOOP for me as usual unless I will win 17 satellites starting as from $0.01 until I get the main event entry... will need to be more patient that you would during those big games... but gl to both of you
I qualified myself in this year for Spring Championshio of Online Poker once with 3.30$ and once for 11$ Buy-in but didnt achive much not even got to any prize place. But its good that they have those with Poker School tickets.
Joined: Feb '14
Age: 31 (M)
higher buy-in for my game .. but who knows maybe i will deposit and try my luck but i don't think anyone would be complaining about how long these tournaments are if it was a freeroll , yes i agree .. it is long but i would play for 3 days without sleep if i can win 6 figure cash the payout makes you forget the pain good luck in these huge tournaments guys .. hope some mobster can win a life changing amount
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 42 (F)
It seems that you are going to invest quite some money on this tournament, unless you have qualified there No matter what, it wont be easy winning these tickets, so you will need all the luck you can get. All the best with it.
Joined: May '13
Age: 28 (M)
Hi mate hope you are doing okay and having fun at the tables and on BRM good luck mate have fun hope you do well and the tournament you have set your sight on and hopefully you will make a lot of money, cheers peace out mate good luck again , now im off to watch some tv then maybe some bets will be up and have fun on the footie tonight as i have not much work tonight, good luck guys have fun and also dont forget to win!
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 55 (M)
Good luck in the WCOOP. It is very true that above all else, what is required in such tournaments is patience....... And heaps of it too. It's no good trying to win the game in the first few hands, but you most certainly can lose it in that time. Take your time and play sensibly according to a well defined strategy.
Joined: May '08
Age: 35 (M)
patience patience and patience is what is required to last long, but even if you last long that can mean nothing at all on the financial side... what you really need in a single large field mtt is mostly luck... we are talking very short term here, so it's more like pure gambling and not poker...
Joined: Nov '12
Age: 25 (M)
Spend the weekend playing at PokerStars, WCOOP played two and both the result set was bad Do not arrive or awards, was a bad day on Sunday, could not win nor a pass, when he was a safe pass and was winning, always the river reversed the result and I handed the victory to another, so it was all that day