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yes most people will get it after a long tourney…called pong knee
I remember when you were good at beer pong
I’ve trolled 3 times in my life…but then again I’m pretty awful, cash games at the series r-ho….cool winning percentage bro!!October 1, 2011 at 12:57 am in reply to: who ever won the east coast championships last month? #47240
reap/fraser beat kessler/vince 3rd/4th pop/basile/joe g elephanta
Trust me castro you don’t want to see that bracket
Damn Vit he must have had one hell of a partner at WS V!
Hi Arrigo :bye:
Can Anyone hang with Nor Cal???????
yes me and byron are in
no he is not serious, why on earth would he do this?
if you hit up email@example.com I think he can get you a program through bpong that works great for tournaments.
ya I agree they worked well and don’t really effect your shot at all.
if everything works out me and chichester
You might want to sue the WSOP and pokerstars they are using your word "satellite"
I’m thinking we need to hear Bpongs exact thoughts on this situation of running unofficial satellites so we all stop speculating on what is allowed and what is not. If bpong does not want anyone running unofficial satellite’s then that’s what they need to come out and say(part of that also depends on the legal issues surrounding the running of qualifiers into the WSOBP). Also there needs to be some legal stipulations if in fact it is breaking any copyright law. I only say this so we can clear everything up and have a definitive answer on this subject. I understand the point of bpong wanting people that might have issues to talk to them and see if something can be worked out but I don’t really think that is going to solve any problems. I feel there has to be some consistency with each coordinator. What factors into the price bpong will give a coordinator a code, amount of tourneys run, a close working relationship, how many players they average at each tourney?
I feel that if satellite codes are going to be given to different coordinators at different prices there needs to be some type of stipulation on why they are getting it for that price. As kirby just stated he put an offer out to bpong to buy 5 bids at 800 a piece. If bpong was not interested in that offer then they certainly won’t sell me a pair for 600 dollars.(stating 600 because the last WSOBP entry tourney I ran I brought in 610 in entries…..All I’m trying to get at here is we need some complete clarity on this subject whatever the decision from bpong may be. Whether that be all WSOBP entry tourney tickets must be bought by Bpong, or coordinators need to get an ok from bpong in order to run a satellite, or whatever the case may be I’m just trying to reach a consensus for the entire community. Also by no means am I trying to bring bpong down in this post and I hope you don’t take this post as an attack on your company, I’m simply putting the real life situations out there that I have heard from many tournament organizers so that all aspects and options can be looked at, and we can come to a sensible decision that can universally benefit the entire community.