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May 26, 2013, 05:25:11 PM
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I must say I loved your confrontation with the BFL guy, had me laughing for ages

"You giving out free quaters too??"

Good stuff haha, that guy was a complete d**k

scammers of that scale must be exposed IMO

cant seem to open any ring games, anyone else having the same issue?

I am able to open them, although some were reporting issues earlier.  Very likely a member of ST6 already fixed it.  Verify it's working or if you need a specific game opened now I'll certainly handle that in the meantime.

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May 26, 2013, 06:04:34 PM
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cant seem to open any ring games, anyone else having the same issue?

The launcher won't work in client v0.2.11 now. If you try to log in using v0.2.11 you will now be instructed to upgrade, but if you've had the client open for about a day you wouldn't have gotten that message.

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May 27, 2013, 03:41:12 AM
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Seals rake is about the lowest you'll find anywhere.

Other sites that give huge rakeback deals charge twice as much rake to begin with.

5% rake with 50% RB = 2.5% rake with no RB

Low rake is good but the way we perceive the rakeback doesn't correlate. For example:

If rake is 10% and rakeback is 8%
If rake is 20% and rakeback is 16%

We will always perceive the 16% rakeback as being the better deal, despite them both being the same. At the same time, we look at the rake and say that the 10% is better than the 20%, although again both end up equal.

So no matter how they have the rake/rakeback set up, there will always be people on both sides (liking/disliking).

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May 27, 2013, 10:13:00 AM
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Seals rake is about the lowest you'll find anywhere.

Other sites that give huge rakeback deals charge twice as much rake to begin with.

5% rake with 50% RB = 2.5% rake with no RB

Low rake is good but the way we perceive the rakeback doesn't correlate. For example:

If rake is 10% and rakeback is 8%
If rake is 20% and rakeback is 16%

We will always perceive the 16% rakeback as being the better deal, despite them both being the same. At the same time, we look at the rake and say that the 10% is better than the 20%, although again both end up equal.

So no matter how they have the rake/rakeback set up, there will always be people on both sides (liking/disliking).
Just can't get the logic of your statements (here and the other thread as well). All our critics (at least mine) is not about the numbers.
It was about the fact that, the rakeback and rewarding system and schedule is better to have a more logical continuous progression. Otherwise we all know that Seals rake/rakeback regime is too generous and better than most in industry even if there would have not been any rakeback given at all.
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May 28, 2013, 04:49:24 PM
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Why was the plo8 guarantee tourney taken down? This tourney always met the guarantee requirements with never an overlay. The tournament structure really needs to be tweeked with more tournaments added and the good tourneys , popular ones like the plo8 4:35pm shouldn't be removed.

Thanks for putting it back up some more 100ish tournament guarantees would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for the 2x krill from 2am to 10 am also hope its still up next month finally cracked 10k krill
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May 28, 2013, 10:03:10 PM
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Praise seals for putting back up the plo8 guarantee I took it down. Cool
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May 28, 2013, 10:32:07 PM
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Why was the plo8 guarantee tourney taken down? This tourney always met the guarantee requirements with never an overlay. The tournament structure really needs to be tweeked with more tournaments added and the good tourneys , popular ones like the plo8 4:35pm shouldn't be removed.

Thanks for putting it back up some more 100ish tournament guarantees would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for the 2x krill from 2am to 10 am also hope its still up next month finally cracked 10k krill

It was never meant to be taken down. It was pointed out to us that Omaha tourneys ought not have antes and it was accidentally left offline after it was fixed.

The krill system may evolve a bit more, but there will be a multiplier for the off-peak hours for at least a few months.

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May 28, 2013, 10:47:14 PM
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sATELLITE FOR WSOP? i KNOW THE PLAYERS WOULD  PAY UP TO 2 BTC OR MORE FOR A SHOT!

just a thought

https://sealswithclubs.eu/aff.php?aff=357

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May 28, 2013, 11:00:34 PM
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Would be great to have a reward for players reaching different krills and wave levels. A great promo would be giving players avatars for reaching different wave and krill levels different customized the higher the level. Would really boost peoples efforts to get more krill and be rewarded with customized avatars. More the rake better the customized avatars as bragging rights

Wondering why when I hover cursor over my name it doesn't show my level. I will be Tricky Seal tomorrow having reached 10k in krill but when put mouse over my name it doesn't show my seal level?
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May 29, 2013, 02:45:24 AM
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Would be great to have a reward for players reaching different krills and wave levels. A great promo would be giving players avatars for reaching different wave and krill levels different customized the higher the level. Would really boost peoples efforts to get more krill and be rewarded with customized avatars. More the rake better the customized avatars as bragging rights

Wondering why when I hover cursor over my name it doesn't show my level. I will be Tricky Seal tomorrow having reached 10k in krill but when put mouse over my name it doesn't show my seal level?

There was a bug that caused some titles to disappear, when you move up a level it will work from then on. This only affected display, bonuses and rakeback were never affected.

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May 29, 2013, 03:03:10 AM
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Something I'd like to see (other than 2-7 Triple Draw) is High Stakes Poker style cash tables, with an ante, no max buyin, and relatively high blinds for the average buyin.  This could be fun even at microstakes.  Also, alternate blind structures like 1/1 or 2/3 and an option to live straddle tend to generate a bit more action.
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May 29, 2013, 08:49:48 AM
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Something I'd like to see (other than 2-7 Triple Draw) is High Stakes Poker style cash tables, with an ante, no max buyin, and relatively high blinds for the average buyin.  This could be fun even at microstakes.  Also, alternate blind structures like 1/1 or 2/3 and an option to live straddle tend to generate a bit more action.

I can promise you that the team works tirelessly towards this goal.

New games and features are on the horizon.  It will be months and months, but active work is being done daily towards this end.

tytytyty for playing SwC - we are building it better in the background

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May 29, 2013, 03:35:17 PM
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I made it to tricky seal can I get a seal juggling 3 balls on my nose as avatar?

Speaking of games would it be possible to maybe add backgammon as a novelty ? Not sure even possible on mavens software but would be a nice attraction and change of pace.
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May 29, 2013, 03:44:22 PM
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I made it to tricky seal can I get a seal juggling 3 balls on my nose as avatar?

Speaking of games would it be possible to maybe add backgammon as a novelty ? Not sure even possible on mavens software but would be a nice attraction and change of pace.

We have discussed "other p2p luck-&-skill games" and we plan on building a really fun and complete game suite over time.  Being brutally honest, I would say backgammon is toward the back of the conceptual idea pack, which is behind all of the other poker games you can think of and some you can't. 

I like backgammon, and I hope we have it in 2 years personally.  Also of note - backgammon is solved or almost solved - there are bots already, so it may be something we won't ever do - but IMO should be done for btc. 

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May 30, 2013, 02:18:40 AM
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Any comment on this post:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219531.0

Im assuming they are referring to SWC as their "competitor", Id never even heard of their site
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May 30, 2013, 03:22:37 AM
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Hmmm.
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May 30, 2013, 06:29:22 AM
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I have what I feel is a very good suggestion for SWC, on many levels. Make the freeroll "Top 20 paid." Anyone who places in the top 20 gets equally a piece of the prize (2.5 chips). They have this on Bovada on some of their SNGs and I think it's smart. I have in the past suggested things to SWC and they did not listen so I don't expect that they will think this is a good idea. Their ego's are too big to accept and implement any suggestions which is why they are doomed to fail. Control freaks never get far in life because they are blind.

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May 30, 2013, 07:37:20 AM
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Any comment on this post:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219531.0

Im assuming they are referring to SWC as their "competitor", Id never even heard of their site

Official SwC response to this:


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May 30, 2013, 08:54:50 AM
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I have in the past suggested things to SWC and they did not listen so I don't expect that they will think this is a good idea. Their ego's are too big to accept and implement any suggestions which is why they are doomed to fail. Control freaks never get far in life because they are blind.

How about whiny little girls.  How do they fare in life?
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May 30, 2013, 08:58:34 AM
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I have in the past suggested things to SWC and they did not listen so I don't expect that they will think this is a good idea. Their ego's are too big to accept and implement any suggestions which is why they are doomed to fail. Control freaks never get far in life because they are blind.

How about whiny little girls.  How do they fare in life?

Surprisingly better than whiny queers.

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