Joined: Jan '14
Age: 40 (M)
PokerStars has announced many changes to its online tournament schedule. The changes, which took effect on Monday, Oct. 23, mark the first time since April 2016 the weekly tournament schedule has been revamped.
The new tournament schedule was formed with the help of the Players Advisory Council (PAC) and announced by the Tournaments Team Manager for PokerStars Luke Staudenmaier in the PokerStars Blog titled Bigger, Better, Hotter Tournaments. New tournaments were added while others were modified. The good news is that unlike many previous announcements, there were no announced changes to the rake structure.
Joined: Jan '17
Age: 62 (M)
I do not play now on pokerstars because i go to play now on party poker, so i do not see the changes, but I think they try to do something that is better for big numebers of players, because they make the money fpr poker room. So now there is changes and I think i will go to see what it is,maybe i loke it
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 55 (M)
Well! These changes are really going to screw up my knowledge of when everything goes down at pokerstars so much so that with the daylight time saving changes taking place this week and next it will be all over the shop so I don’t think this week I will worry too much about it and carry on chipping in and out when it suits me!
Joined: May '08
Age: 35 (M)
well to be honest tournament rescheduling is never a good thing for the regular players, especially if it's a significant one. dudes are used to playing at certain times of the day or evening and now they have to readapt to the situation. lets just hope this is done for the good o f the players in the long term
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 48 (M)
The tournament schedule at PokerStars are the best of all online poker rooms, because they have tournaments for all players around the clock. But i hope, that the changes are not so bad. And the payout structure st Stars are also verry good.