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About TheRazor

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  1. I couldn't agree more. And now, to finally answer this question and end this thread.OP: Why Are Pro's Playing The $1500 Buy-in's At The Wsop?Plain and simple, to catch lightning in a bottle.By lightning in a bottle I mean, smaller investment for a bigger payday, POTY points, bracelets, and whatever prop bets are circulating.Let's not forget, not all pros are multimillionaires.A better use of this thread would be to discuss the +EV/-EV of buying into the first three $1,500 events (total of $4,500 for the math deficient) or saving the money, kicking in the extra $500, and playing in the first
  2. Indeed.However, if I hear one more pro whine and moan how it is a crap shoot and that you have no room to maneuver because you only get 1,500 in chips etc. etc. etc, I am going to scream.Did they not have this information before they bought in?They are pros.They are pros.They are pros.They should act accordingly.
  3. FYP(gotta love a fast structure...every 8 hands = race for chips)
  4. Stay away from the SNGs, definitely -EV. Play the daily tournies instead. Go here for more info.http://www.fullcontactpoker.com/poker-foru...showtopic=62014
  5. For those that want to play SNGs in AC, you are better off taking your $100 and playing in one of the weekend tournies. Structure isn't the greatest but you start with T$5K.Roughly 100 to 175 players. Takes about 6-8 hours to get to the final table. First is usually between $3,500 and $7,000 (at the Taj anyway).More bang for your buck than the SNGs.Hope that helps.
  6. And the Golden Donkey award for the Longest/Most Boring Thread Ever, goes to...
  7. TheRazor

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    Why the hell am I still reading this?!
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