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March 18, 2014, 10:02:35 PM
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Im traveling a bit atm so not sure what this bug is about.  But as someone who made an overview of bug BTC bounty programs (see signature), public disclosure is always a very bad thing. And will not get any reward in any official program.

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March 18, 2014, 10:42:15 PM
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Big reason I like playing on seals was that didn't have late registration. Late registration benefits no one except a site meeting guarantees .  I can see maybe a 30 minute late reg for specific tourneys like bigbtc and Saturday 4.2 guarantee,  but sites that have 1 and 2 hour late reg  for every guarantee doesn't do anything from the players perspective except ruin the tourneys.

Kind of feel that having option of  raising buyins in ring to say  50 or 60big blinds   when opening ring  games for players wanting that option is more important to players playing ring then late reg. Having 3 people at a six seat ring buying in for 20 big blinds really ruins the  ring games.  The short stacking and leaving and coming back with new names to avoid  ratholling time limits really wasn't that bad or noticeable until the past couple of months. Should be an easy fix I would think.

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March 19, 2014, 01:24:31 AM
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Late registration benefits no one except a site meeting guarantees .

If someone wants to pay the same buyin as I did but receive 5-10% of the BBs that I got, that benefits me (assuming the tournament isn't overlayed).

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March 19, 2014, 02:20:27 AM
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Big reason I like playing on seals was that didn't have late registration. Late registration benefits no one except a site meeting guarantees .  I can see maybe a 30 minute late reg for specific tourneys like bigbtc and Saturday 4.2 guarantee,  but sites that have 1 and 2 hour late reg  for every guarantee doesn't do anything from the players perspective except ruin the tourneys.

I can understand what you're saying when it applies to big sites that have hours of late registration on tournaments with 100's of players.

But that wouldn't be a problem here.  Even if they wanted to Seals couldn't do 2 hour late registration.  Most tournaments are finished in 2 hours, and if they weren't you'd be buying in for a stack of one big blind.

The benefit that late registration will have for players is that it will make the tournaments bigger.  Most only get between 10-25 players right now. 

Eventually I hope that more of the regular daily games can grow to the size of the Saturday and Sunday guarantees - somewhere in the 50-100 player range.  And I think late registration will help make that happen.


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March 19, 2014, 03:49:44 AM
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late reg will just make tourneys re-entries for the multi accounters
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March 19, 2014, 04:25:03 AM
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late reg will just make tourneys re-entries for the multi accounters

I brought this up a while back.  There cant be both late entry and anonymous multi accounts allowed.  It's impossible to have late entry not be virtual rebuys for multiple accounts.
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March 19, 2014, 04:26:24 AM
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late reg will just make tourneys re-entries for the multi accounters

so this is a legitimate concern.

As a frequent MTT player, I'd like to see the biggest prizepools possible.

As a site pro, I don't want to see anyone just miss the start of the BIG BTC.

I think the sweetspot for late reg is ~5-15 minutes.  I want to catch the guy that just missed it, but I don't want the guy that just busted re-registering.  Very few players will bust in the first 15 minutes, and those that do should be easy to catch a re-entry under a little-used account.

Certainly things to think about, but IMO late registration will be +EV for the players, as it encourages action.

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March 19, 2014, 04:30:09 AM
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Just deposited .4999 into my account and was only credit 49 coins. not the biggest deal but id prefer if my account had a bitcoin balance aswell so i could keep my .0009
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March 19, 2014, 04:32:11 AM
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Just deposited .4999 into my account and was only credit 49 coins. not the biggest deal but id prefer if my account had a bitcoin balance aswell so i could keep my .0009

you do keep that .0009, and the next time you deposit add an extra .0001 and that .0009 will become 1 chip. 

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March 19, 2014, 04:35:15 AM
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late reg will just make tourneys re-entries for the multi accounters

so this is a legitimate concern.

As a frequent MTT player, I'd like to see the biggest prizepools possible.

As a site pro, I don't want to see anyone just miss the start of the BIG BTC.

I think the sweetspot for late reg is ~5-15 minutes.  I want to catch the guy that just missed it, but I don't want the guy that just busted re-registering.  Very few players will bust in the first 15 minutes, and those that do should be easy to catch a re-entry under a little-used account.

Certainly things to think about, but IMO late registration will be +EV for the players, as it encourages action.


Late entry for rebuys is a no brainer.  That will work.  For what that's worth.

Without blocking IPs and disallowing tor (not even possible?) I don't see a solution for regular tourneys.  In that case if you want late entry you just have to deal with the reality it's a rebuy for shadow accounts.
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March 19, 2014, 04:39:23 AM
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Just deposited .4999 into my account and was only credit 49 coins. not the biggest deal but id prefer if my account had a bitcoin balance aswell so i could keep my .0009

Looks like you got shorted 450 chips.

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March 19, 2014, 04:51:59 AM
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late reg will just make tourneys re-entries for the multi accounters

I brought this up a while back.  There cant be both late entry and anonymous multi accounts allowed.  It's impossible to have late entry not be virtual rebuys for multiple accounts.

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March 19, 2014, 06:18:59 AM
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Late entry for rebuys is a no brainer.  That will work.  For what that's worth.

Without blocking IPs and disallowing tor (not even possible?) I don't see a solution for regular tourneys.  In that case if you want late entry you just have to deal with the reality it's a rebuy for shadow accounts.

1)  bust-out IP block is a easy way to cut down.  Many players use VPN though.

2)  I would imagine a savvy degenerate (that busts in the first 1 or 2 levels) may find their way back in.  This may be something we must accept (from a player perspective I think its a great thing if a guy that just fired off the stack in level 1 re-enters) if we want to provide the utility to players that just missed the starting time and want action.  I think that utility far outweighs the unfairness of someone possibly re-entering.

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March 19, 2014, 06:36:38 AM
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Late registration will make possible for Seals offer higher gtd., that's a good thing. It is very difficult to create larger MTT with 5% rake.
Mistakes are costly (Saturday 4.2K gtd had more than 1 K overlay last week) and take long time to recover. Smiley
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March 19, 2014, 07:17:29 PM
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I have information on the real identity of chumlee420, the guy who's been scamming on seals since the beginning, and still is.

Name: Tony Bigcharles
Phone: 702-201-8006
Address: 7300 Pirates Cove, unit #1078 in Las Vegas, Nevada

If you appreciate this info, my btc address is 1A9535bJ6RqDuDB3dL8VEnEJmLQi8Po1kN
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March 19, 2014, 08:33:43 PM
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I have information on the real identity of chumlee420, the guy who's been scamming on seals since the beginning, and still is.

Name: Tony Bigcharles

Hahahha, highly doubtful.

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March 19, 2014, 09:21:28 PM
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I don't known that having some fish, who busts in the first or second level, relog, rebuy and add to the prizepool is necessarily a bad thing. Just don't make the late reg retarded long.
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March 19, 2014, 09:27:59 PM
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I don't known that having some fish, who busts in the first or second level, relog, rebuy and add to the prizepool is necessarily a bad thing. Just don't make the late reg retarded long.

like pokerstars in majors with 180-min latereg  Roll Eyes

I think ~15 minutes would be optimal (and I think micon had similar intentions because this allows the people who turn on their computer a few minutes
too late for a tourney still to enter).
And the percentage of people who bust in the first blind level (or maybe the second) should be really negliglibe.

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March 19, 2014, 09:48:39 PM
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Then why not make the start time 15 minutes later?

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March 19, 2014, 10:22:45 PM
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Then why not make the start time 15 minutes later?

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