English, why no tourneys?

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Posted on Dec 16th 2006  -  Subject: English, why no tourneys?
I think its about time to have freerolls which are at a decent hour for the english to enter, ont get me wrong, the times at the mo arent UBER bad, but theyre still like 12pm!!
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Posted on Dec 16th 2006
true, the gambler and semi-pro freerolls are hell for europeans, and especially with the us law, the times oughtta change. Damn, even Americans agree.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Can anyone tell me how much is the buy- in for a freeroll ?
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Posted on Dec 16th 2006
Couldn't agree more
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Posted on Dec 17th 2006
totally agree!
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Posted on Dec 17th 2006

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Posted on Dec 27th 2006
true, the gambler and semi-pro freerolls are hell for europeans, and especially with the us law, the times oughtta change. Damn, even Americans agree. I agree the really good freerolls are great for insomniac brits, tho if you like your sleep youre snookered
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Posted on Dec 27th 2006  -  Subject: Brits
LOL! Look forward to seeing you at the tables.
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Posted on Dec 28th 2006
i like the starting times :D
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Posted on Dec 28th 2006

CHanges were already made to make more freerolls available for people in different time zones. However, as you can clearly see a majority of their players are Canadian. They must also base their decision on customer base. Thus, grow the english customer base and you'll have no problem getting them better adjusted to your times.

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Posted on Dec 29th 2006
When you are married there is no good time for a tournement - unless the wife is at work at the weekend!!
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Posted on Jan 5th 2007
surely the time could be put forward an hour or two without the canadians being put out too much? a 10pm start means most uk players can play .. midnight means a 2-3am finish .. not good if you work and have to get up 6-7am
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Posted on Jan 6th 2007
Why are you have tourney when is to night here
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Posted on Jan 7th 2007

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Posted on Jan 8th 2007  -  Subject: wife
When you are married there is no good time for a tournement - unless the wife is at work at the weekend!! Or your girl must like poker too!!!!! My girl is crazy about it :)
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Posted on Jan 11th 2007
I wish!
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