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Old 02-26-06, 09:28 PM
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Im So Lost , How Do I Get Passwords For Poker.com Tourneys
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Old 02-27-06, 05:27 AM
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Ask the tourney organizers?
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Old 02-27-06, 11:31 AM
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Im So Lost , How Do I Get Passwords For Poker.com Tourneys

Um, we don't have Poker.com tournys
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Old 02-28-06, 05:42 PM
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IM sorry , I searched a tourney name on poker.com and it brought me here...sorry .
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Its ok. Why don't you stay awhlie. BBP offers some great freerolls with Titan. There is one this Sunday for $100 bucks and there will probably only be 20-25 players. Even if your not any good you (which I'm sure your not) you can probably pick up a couple of bucks. Being the freeroll hound you are I'm sure that makes you very happy.
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where are the tourneys at???
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Tourney are at Titan. If you don't have an account there I'm sure there is a link here somewhere. If you participate in the forum and accumulate 50 pts before Sunday you will get invited to the freeroll.


Did you not read the post two back that explained this all?
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This is my first post here so i hope i'll do it good.Related to the points accumulated for posting,opening new threads....they are given in function of how big is the post?I think it was better if these points, or better,the passwords for privates were given in function of the number of posts.I don 't think the size matter.Me,anyway i play ring games,i don't usualy play tournaments.Good luck at the tables.
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Yes, you get more points for the longer and more detailed your post is. The reason for that is that one person posting a handful of solid, quality posts that contribute to a discussion is more valuable than someone posting 50 "I agree" posts.
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