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Thu 17/11/05 at 13:45
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Tomorrow lunchtime, 1pm. On Yahoo games. I'm sure there's someway of setting up a private table.

So anyone interested for tomorrow?
Thu 17/11/05 at 19:12
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"Monochromatic"
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Ok i'm registered on there as Flocketh, obviously not on at the moment

EDIT

Just had a look around the site, no tournament/knockout option available for free. It's one of these places where a game is constantly going and people just join when there is a space, when you're out of credit you just reload and play on unfortunatly. Same for Yahoo when i last checked. Partypoker has knockout but getting everyone on the same table would be almost impossible due to the ammount of people on the site.
Thu 17/11/05 at 18:43
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"Baros!!!"
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Don't think it is, but if we can fill the 5 or 10 player table we should be alright.
Thu 17/11/05 at 18:41
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"Monochromatic"
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Is there any way of blocking strangers from joining though, is it a private table?
Thu 17/11/05 at 18:40
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"Baros!!!"
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It's on the Practice tables.

[EDIT] Also if you get on before 7.00pm, you can join the Safety Net Tournement in the Multi Tourney. Top 40 get paid and that is free aswell
Thu 17/11/05 at 18:38
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Foreman wrote:
> www.sportingodds.com
>
> Me and Grandprix are already registered on there. You can have either
> a 5 player or 10 player tourny for free.

That sounds good, i'll have a look
Thu 17/11/05 at 18:37
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"Baros!!!"
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www.sportingodds.com

Me and Grandprix are already registered on there. You can have either a 5 player or 10 player tourny for free.
Thu 17/11/05 at 18:35
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Bullett wrote:
> So if you call, and someone raises after you, are you out of the game?

Nope calling really only equals the pot, if the people after you want to raise they can and then you're given the option to equal the pot again or drop out.

Sometimes there is a limit to how many times the bid can go round the table, it's far easier that way as you dont want to get caught in a game with some git who just raises constantly.
Thu 17/11/05 at 18:34
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"@RichSmedley"
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If you fancy 888.com i'll be up for it.
Thu 17/11/05 at 18:18
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So if you call, and someone raises after you, are you out of the game?
Thu 17/11/05 at 18:08
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Bullett wrote:
> Just did the interactive tutorial at Partypoker.
>
> I though you could only raise or fold. Didn't know about 'Call',
> 'Check' and all that :S
>
> Is Partypoker for real money or not? I want to try it out, you know,
> learn-by-play, but don't want to risk real moolah.

You can play for free yes.

Raise - You up the bid making everyone else have to equal the pot
Check - You're already equal to the pot and dont need to anything
Call - You equal the pot and call for everyone to show their cards
Fold - You're out, you give in, you're pathetic and shall be berated as a p***y for the rest of the game (Thats what i do anyway)

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