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September 15, 2014, 06:38:36 AM
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1)  it's a shootout so chips reset each round


I don't understand...


So here is what a shootout MTT is:

Lets say it starts with 64 players.

The first round is 32 tables, Heads up matches.  1 v 1.

The next round is 16 tables.  Chips reset because all that matters is who moves on to the round of 8 tables. 

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Hi Micon,
I would like to know more about the format of the 54 freeroll.

Lets say it start with 54 players with 6-handed tables and......may you please share the rest of the story or link us to somewhere with those info?

Also would like to know when it runs: I mean for what I knew 66-man freeroll was starting everytime <300 players were logged in at Swc but yesterday I played my first and only 54 freeroll and, if I remember correctly, there were more than  400 players logged when it appeared in schedule

thx for your help

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September 15, 2014, 10:17:19 AM
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The new freeroll format is shenanigans, I haven't played any, but my gf loves playing them and as this thread shows, the shootout concept just confuses most people who would play freerolls. Why not use freerolls as a way to get people used to playing tournament poker, most tourneys on SWC are not shootouts.

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September 15, 2014, 05:56:21 PM
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The new freeroll format is shenanigans, I haven't played any, but my gf loves playing them and as this thread shows, the shootout concept just confuses most people who would play freerolls. Why not use freerolls as a way to get people used to playing tournament poker, most tourneys on SWC are not shootouts.

I haven't had the chance to try them out but now that I know that there's a new and confusing format, I'm super excited to try.  I'm sure I'll also be confused.  Sometimes I think confusion can be fun.  Well, low-to-no-stakes confusion, anyway.

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September 15, 2014, 06:35:30 PM
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Is there anyway you could make a big tournament and the start of every month? And add a freeroll every month that if you win the 100 chip night tournament you get entered in to.
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September 15, 2014, 07:22:44 PM
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1)  it's a shootout so chips reset each round


I don't understand...


So here is what a shootout MTT is:

Lets say it starts with 64 players.

The first round is 32 tables, Heads up matches.  1 v 1.

The next round is 16 tables.  Chips reset because all that matters is who moves on to the round of 8 tables. 

you see?



Hi Micon,
I would like to know more about the format of the 54 freeroll.

Lets say it start with 54 players with 6-handed tables and......may you please share the rest of the story or link us to somewhere with those info?

Also would like to know when it runs: I mean for what I knew 66-man freeroll was starting everytime <300 players were logged in at Swc but yesterday I played my first and only 54 freeroll and, if I remember correctly, there were more than  400 players logged when it appeared in schedule

thx for your help


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poker_tournament#Playing_format

  • It starts with 9 tables of 6 each. Tables are NOT balanced during play. (No one moves tables; one table might have 3 and another might still have 6)
  • When each of the 9 tables are down to 2 players, the remaining 18 players form 3 full tables of 6 each.
  • When each of the 3 tables are down to 2 players, the remaining 6 players form the final table.

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September 16, 2014, 04:49:56 AM
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1)  it's a shootout so chips reset each round


I don't understand...


So here is what a shootout MTT is:

Lets say it starts with 64 players.

The first round is 32 tables, Heads up matches.  1 v 1.

The next round is 16 tables.  Chips reset because all that matters is who moves on to the round of 8 tables. 

you see?



Hi Micon,
I would like to know more about the format of the 54 freeroll.

Lets say it start with 54 players with 6-handed tables and......may you please share the rest of the story or link us to somewhere with those info?

Also would like to know when it runs: I mean for what I knew 66-man freeroll was starting everytime <300 players were logged in at Swc but yesterday I played my first and only 54 freeroll and, if I remember correctly, there were more than  400 players logged when it appeared in schedule

thx for your help


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poker_tournament#Playing_format

  • It starts with 9 tables of 6 each. Tables are NOT balanced during play. (No one moves tables; one table might have 3 and another might still have 6)
  • When each of the 9 tables are down to 2 players, the remaining 18 players form 3 full tables of 6 each.
  • When each of the 3 tables are down to 2 players, the remaining 6 players form the final table.

You make it sound so easy.  Maybe I won't be confused after all.  Did you just steal my sunshine?

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September 16, 2014, 06:08:40 AM
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September 16, 2014, 10:38:17 AM
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1)  it's a shootout so chips reset each round


I don't understand...


So here is what a shootout MTT is:

Lets say it starts with 64 players.

The first round is 32 tables, Heads up matches.  1 v 1.

The next round is 16 tables.  Chips reset because all that matters is who moves on to the round of 8 tables. 

you see?



Hi Micon,
I would like to know more about the format of the 54 freeroll.

Lets say it start with 54 players with 6-handed tables and......may you please share the rest of the story or link us to somewhere with those info?

Also would like to know when it runs: I mean for what I knew 66-man freeroll was starting everytime <300 players were logged in at Swc but yesterday I played my first and only 54 freeroll and, if I remember correctly, there were more than  400 players logged when it appeared in schedule

thx for your help


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poker_tournament#Playing_format

  • It starts with 9 tables of 6 each. Tables are NOT balanced during play. (No one moves tables; one table might have 3 and another might still have 6)
  • When each of the 9 tables are down to 2 players, the remaining 18 players form 3 full tables of 6 each.
  • When each of the 3 tables are down to 2 players, the remaining 6 players form the final table.

You make it sound so easy.  Maybe I won't be confused after all.  Did you just steal my sunshine?


Yes, yes i did.

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September 16, 2014, 11:23:08 AM
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September 16, 2014, 11:43:39 AM
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To be honest I'm a bit worried right now.  600 chips matters a lot for me since I am a student.  It is 6 AM now and I should be sleeping but I feel a bit nervous about this.  I hope it gets resolved when I wake up.  



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September 16, 2014, 11:50:45 AM
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To be honest I'm a bit worried right now.  600 chips matters a lot for me since I am a student.  It is 6 AM now and I should be sleeping but I feel a bit nervous about this.  I hope it gets resolved when I wake up. 


If you have not already, you should email this info to support@sealswithclubs.eu

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September 16, 2014, 12:24:55 PM
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Maybe some of the hands where you lost where not on normal table and didn't get imported ?
fpdb don't work on deep, or half table.

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is it just me or the site is down ?

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September 16, 2014, 12:40:08 PM
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To be honest I'm a bit worried right now.  600 chips matters a lot for me since I am a student.  It is 6 AM now and I should be sleeping but I feel a bit nervous about this.  I hope it gets resolved when I wake up. 


If you have not already, you should email this info to support@sealswithclubs.eu

I would never depend on any pokerhand tracker to keep track of chips.  They always miss a lot of hands, even the best ones like hold em manager etc.  I am really surprised you don't keep track of how much you loaded and what you end each session with.  I sincerely doubt 600 chips is just "missing"!
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September 16, 2014, 02:59:22 PM
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To be honest I'm a bit worried right now.  600 chips matters a lot for me since I am a student.  It is 6 AM now and I should be sleeping but I feel a bit nervous about this.  I hope it gets resolved when I wake up.  


If you have not already, you should email this info to support@sealswithclubs.eu

I would never depend on any pokerhand tracker to keep track of chips.  They always miss a lot of hands, even the best ones like hold em manager etc.  I am really surprised you don't keep track of how much you loaded and what you end each session with.  I sincerely doubt 600 chips is just "missing"!

Are you serious?

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September 16, 2014, 07:09:27 PM
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To be honest I'm a bit worried right now.  600 chips matters a lot for me since I am a student.  It is 6 AM now and I should be sleeping but I feel a bit nervous about this.  I hope it gets resolved when I wake up.  


If you have not already, you should email this info to support@sealswithclubs.eu

I would never depend on any pokerhand tracker to keep track of chips.  They always miss a lot of hands, even the best ones like hold em manager etc.  I am really surprised you don't keep track of how much you loaded and what you end each session with.  I sincerely doubt 600 chips is just "missing"!

Are you serious?

Hello,

In the 3+ yr history of SwC we have never had an issue like this.  High % chance the error is in your tracking and not our accounting.


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September 17, 2014, 01:23:48 AM
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Are you serious?

On all sites and with all trackers, hands containing a disconnection almost never get imported.
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September 17, 2014, 02:15:09 PM
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Are you serious?

On all sites and with all trackers, hands containing a disconnection almost never get imported.


Can confirm it: 100% true

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September 17, 2014, 04:44:38 PM
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Are you serious?

On all sites and with all trackers, hands containing a disconnection almost never get imported.


Can confirm it: 100% true

I remember the resource-intensive DB installed on my machine to run PT3 back in the day when 12 tabling MTTs was my thing.  If I recall, it was taking all the HH .txt files and parsing them real-time.  If you disconnected it wouldn't poop out an HH, or fire out an incomplete one at best.  

Not even sure how the SwC HUDs are tracking the hands - I've never used one on SwC - but IMO it has to be a port of the usual method.  IMO high likelyhood for occasional failure in that type of system.


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September 17, 2014, 04:55:24 PM
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Micon, I'm not saying this particular case warrants it, but shouldn't there be a way for SwC techs to extract the history of this player from the db on the seals side to show that all was legit?

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September 17, 2014, 06:57:42 PM
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Micon, I'm not saying this particular case warrants it, but shouldn't there be a way for SwC techs to extract the history of this player from the db on the seals side to show that all was legit?

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