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October 28, 2012, 07:43:42 PM
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UPDATE

OFFLINE Players in the MTT and SNG will now be folded at the time of the last card dealt.  This is the same as most live tournaments where your cards are muck if not in your seat at the time of the last card out.

Rule change for FREEROLL MTT, you must be online at the start of the FREEROLL.  If you are offline you will not be seated.  This only applies to FREEROLLS

As requested we added to 6 player SNG games.

Most of the errors that where happening because of moving player or table collapse should be fixed.
Thank You!

No more of 3 players staring at each other for an hour while the other 7 absentees slowly blind away. Hooray!

Good to see the site working out the bugs and growing with traffic. Looking forward to when the ring games can get going.

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October 30, 2012, 06:10:52 AM
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Ok, so it’s pretty obvious people are signing up for the freerolls and are just being afk because the blind structure allows them to finish in the money without even playing a hand.

Can we have these angle-shooters eliminated after being afk for X number of hands in a row, like after five or six hands in row of not acting they get eliminated. Not only does it slow the game down unnecessarily, it’s really killing the game for those who are actually trying to play and have fun.

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October 31, 2012, 04:08:10 AM
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I signed up for the 7pm and 9pm games.  I got knocked out in the first hand of the 7pm so waited 2 hours for the 9pm.  I kept checking the clock as it approached 9pm.  At 9:02pm I noticed it had gone 9pm and the table hadn't opened.  I could still click around the client to see who was registered in the various games.

I noticed I hadn't registered for the 11pm, so I clicked 'buy in' and the client then told me I was disconnected and reconnected me.  By then I had been removed from the 9pm game for being "offline" I guess.

I was online all the time.  The client should notice if it thinks I am disconnected and reconnect me.  It shouldn't be the player's responsibility to babysit it to avoid being thrown out of games they've registered for.  This was only a freeroll, but it would suck if players pay to register for a game and then get removed because the client doesn't reconnect automatically when it disconnects from the server.

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October 31, 2012, 04:09:39 AM
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Ok, so it’s pretty obvious people are signing up for the freerolls and are just being afk because the blind structure allows them to finish in the money without even playing a hand.

Not just that, but they aren't even sat out of the game, so we have to wait for them to time out every hand, sometimes multiple times per hand (if they're in the big blind position and nobody bets).

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October 31, 2012, 04:14:29 AM
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We did have a server crash befor the 5pm PDT tournament and when we came back up that tournament was cancelled.
As to regards of the disconnection, the software should be picking that up, I will check into this more.

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October 31, 2012, 05:31:44 PM
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We did have a server crash befor the 5pm PDT tournament and when we came back up that tournament was cancelled.
As to regards of the disconnection, the software should be picking that up, I will check into this more.

I'm using PDT times, and wasn't online at pmpoker until after 5pm.  The game I signed up for was definitely playing after the client reconnected me - I just wasn't in it any more.

I've noticed before that the client no longer auto-reconnects me when I disconnect.

I remember a week or two ago it was very diligent about reconnecting me, and would eventually give an error like "too many disconnections" and just quit (my Internet connection isn't great here - it goes up and down, so auto-reconnection is a must for me) but I've not seen that recently.  It now seems I have to do something like register for a new tournament before it even realises I'm disconnected.  I guess when I'm looking through the lists of players registered for tournaments it's using old cached lists, and not realising for some reason that I'm disconnected.

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November 03, 2012, 12:20:02 AM
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Was in a tourney when the site crashed. Anyone else having problems connecting right now? Am I being blinded off? Beuhler?

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November 03, 2012, 01:51:57 AM
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Any news re. having the client automatically reconnect after disconnection?

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November 03, 2012, 02:39:58 AM
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Good day all Smiley

Does this use the gpu ?

Thx

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November 03, 2012, 03:47:10 AM
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2 BTC guarantee at 12:30 AM tonight, eastern time. 200 mBTC buy in. I'll be there!

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November 03, 2012, 03:52:10 PM
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Touranment Guarantee Payouts

All Bitcoin tournaments have a one full table guarantee payout.  Please try them out.

Notice about Fees

Buyin amount for SNG and MTT is the total cost of the tournament, and have the fee built in.
All game with a buyin of 500 mBTC or less have a 8% take.

All SNG Heads-Up will now have a 5% take.

Bounty Game Interest

Was thinking of having a daily Bounty Tournament for 500 mBTC (125 mBTC Bounty), any interest in a bounty tournament?

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November 04, 2012, 05:05:45 AM
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Game "froze" during the 2-hour freeroll (still is frozen even as I post this) when three afk's were forced to go all-in by themselves with no seated players calling. The board was dealt, but apparently the dealer didn't know who to ship the pot to since none of the afk's had any cards and no one who was present was in the hand at that point.

The rest of us present are/were just lolwut? So yeah, looks like we found a another bug.

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November 04, 2012, 04:52:17 PM
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Game "froze" during the 2-hour freeroll (still is frozen even as I post this) when three afk's were forced to go all-in by themselves with no seated players calling. The board was dealt, but apparently the dealer didn't know who to ship the pot to since none of the afk's had any cards and no one who was present was in the hand at that point.

That's a nice bug.  Make a rule that players who aren't present aren't allowed to win any pots, then have a hand where all the players are away.  The code loops around the table skipping the away players trying to find a regular player to give the pot to. Smiley

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November 04, 2012, 05:44:54 PM
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When you create a bug, it should be a good one.

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November 05, 2012, 02:05:28 AM
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When you create a bug, it should be a good one.

They're usually fun to hunt down, but they're not all as cute as this one.  Smiley

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November 06, 2012, 01:51:31 AM
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My girlfriend tried playing a pmpoker tournament this morning.  She got the 5 MB update automatically, but when the game started she saw hundreds of error messages, just like I used to.  She tried restarting the client several times, but kept getting the error messages.  The ones about being unable to update SQL tables, with JSON debug strings.

I'm waiting for a tournament to start at the moment.  The client is just sitting there doing nothing, but it's still using 25% of my CPU.  That's not really acceptable for an idle process.  What's it doing with all that CPU?

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November 06, 2012, 02:09:49 AM
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The tournament started.  It was noisy.  I clicked 'no sounds' in the bottom left of the table.  It went quiet.  I made it to the final table and it got noisy again.  The 'no sounds' thing was still turned on.  I tried turning it off and on again, but it didn't help immediately.  But eventually I managed somehow to get it to shut up again.

Even when "no sounds" is turned on (and why have a toggle with 'no' in its name?  Why not just call it 'sounds' instead, dropping the negative?) there are still sounds if you're slow to act.

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November 06, 2012, 02:17:21 AM
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The tournament started.  It was noisy.  I clicked 'no sounds' in the bottom left of the table.  It went quiet.  I made it to the final table and it got noisy again.  The 'no sounds' thing was still turned on.  I tried turning it off and on again, but it didn't help immediately.  But eventually I managed somehow to get it to shut up again.

Even when "no sounds" is turned on (and why have a toggle with 'no' in its name?  Why not just call it 'sounds' instead, dropping the negative?) there are still sounds if you're slow to act.

Speaking of sounds, the sounds for normal play are so obnoxious you have to choose no sounds. Normally I like sounds that go with play, but not on PM Poker. Those need to be fixed.

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November 06, 2012, 05:12:43 AM
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I was away for a while, and before going away I withdrew my balance.

Today I won a tournament, winning 100 mBTC.

That's all I've played since emptying my account, but:



I have 106 mBTC.

Where did the 6 come from?  Is there any way to see a statement of my winnings and losings?  Or only of deposits and withdrawals?  If not, such a feature would be useful.  Something like this:

23-apr-11 12:30am buy-in 0.02/0.04 ring game 1.2 btc
23-apr-11 12:45am cash-out 0.02/0.04 ring game 1.5 btc
23-apr-11 3:34pm buy-in tournament 1+0.1 btc
23-apr-11 5:30pm place #2/8 in tournament: win 2.50 btc
05-nov-11 5:45pm bank error in your favour, collect 0.006 btc

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November 06, 2012, 05:14:06 AM
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Oh, and how about remembering my receiving address from last time?  Keeping the last few I used, and showing them when I click in the empty box, or when I type the initial '1' of the address, show the ones that match.  Then I don't have to keep looking it up in the bitcoin client.

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