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Old 12-19-2017, 08:22 PM   #26
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Re: 2018 WSOP Summer Schedule

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I would prefer single re-entry per flight, for sure.
Geez these unlimited re entry events are donkfests. Theres really no real skill. Just gambling.
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Old 12-20-2017, 03:02 PM   #27
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Geez these unlimited re entry events are donkfests. Theres really no real skill. Just gambling.
I wouldn't go that far. Its a very small percentage of players who re-enter more than once in most unlimited re-entry tourneys. For the rest, the penalty for playing really loose early is obviously not as great as if it were a freeze-out, but its not like people are trying to pay double (or more) the buy-in. That is decidedly negative EV.

In a perfect world, re-entries would be limited to one per starting flight. However I understand the logistical reason for not doing that. And most re-entry formats, even unlimited re-entry, are very popular. Until that ceases to be the case, I'm not sure casinos have any particularly good reason to change things.
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Old 12-20-2017, 04:40 PM   #28
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Breaking up the 10k and 5k 6maxes is rough

I guess I'll probably play the first full week and then maybe the week after the main if I make it past day 2 or 3
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Old 12-20-2017, 04:44 PM   #29
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I wouldn't go that far. Its a very small percentage of players who re-enter more than once in most unlimited re-entry tourneys. For the rest, the penalty for playing really loose early is obviously not as great as if it were a freeze-out, but its not like people are trying to pay double (or more) the buy-in. That is decidedly negative EV.

In a perfect world, re-entries would be limited to one per starting flight. However I understand the logistical reason for not doing that. And most re-entry formats, even unlimited re-entry, are very popular. Until that ceases to be the case, I'm not sure casinos have any particularly good reason to change things.
Played several events at Hollywood Casino in Toledo and I witnessed an enormous amount of gambling and rebuys. I didn't do well with all the crazy all in play.
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Old 12-21-2017, 07:21 PM   #30
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Played several events at Hollywood Casino in Toledo and I witnessed an enormous amount of gambling and rebuys. I didn't do well with all the crazy all in play.
Well, that is certainly more the case for lower buy-in events. The DDS tourneys during the WSOP have their share of folks burning through cash in the first few levels.
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Old 12-26-2017, 06:20 PM   #31
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Breaking up the 10k and 5k 6maxes is rough

I guess I'll probably play the first full week and then maybe the week after the main if I make it past day 2 or 3
There could also be 6-maxes elsewhere in between.
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Old 01-03-2018, 01:00 PM   #32
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Not sure why its "wrong". In any case, I think they're just trying to make efficient use of their space over the time that they have it. It costs a lot of money to occupy that much conventions space. Historically, by the time the ME has gotten to day 3-4, the Rio has become a comparative ghost town. This sort of schedule will probably allow them to use a larger percentage of their space right up to the end of the series.
+1

I have only played the Main Event once (2016), and plan to play it again this year, but I was disappointed that the place was so quiet towards the end. The Little One for One Drop was the only event after the Main that year, and there was very little buzz. This schedule will be better for overseas players like myself who are planning a trip around the Main.
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