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Hello community members i have problem. I have lost  over 75  euro that was on my nl25 ticket and i wonder if i can get a double trouble ticket because of that. Sorry for any grammar mistakes, English is not my native language.

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@Evarb wrote:

I dont know if the ticekts counts that is my point


@Evarb Your cash game tickets count towards the Double Trouble promotion.

Winnings and losses on casino in poker, tournaments and Sit & Go tournaments don't count as eligible losses.

I've sent you an email with some details, as I won't publish anything related to your account here on the community :smileyhappy:

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@psrquack wrote:

If you sat down with €10 and  double up to €20 and then lost all your money 10 or 20 counts to the loss?


*Only total cash game losses between 00:01 on Monday to 22:59 on Sunday count towards the total.* - From T&Cs

 

It's *total* cash losses for the week. In your example you would be +10 after the double up and then -10 if you lose the 20. You would need to lose an additional 10 to qualify. If you start Monday with €100 and end up on Sunday with €80 (playing just cash games) or less you would get a ticket, everything in between doesn't really matter*

 

*I think :) It's how I'd interpret the T&Cs

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I think this is correct. But I have another example. You have a €25 cash game ticket. You lost €20 and then sit out. You get the addictional 5 even you doesn't cleared the ticket(because you can't sit down with 5). So you will get the double trouble ticket (because you lost €20) or not, because you lost 20 and get 5 so only lost 15 or cash game tickets doesn't counts to this promotion?

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@psrquack wrote:

I think this is correct. But I have another example. You have a €25 cash game ticket. You lost €20 and then sit out. You get the addictional 5 even you doesn't cleared the ticket(because you can't sit down with 5). So you will get the double trouble ticket (because you lost €20) or not, because you lost 20 and get 5 so only lost 15 or cash game tickets doesn't counts to this promotion?


I -think- this would count as qualifying because the credit from the ticket isn't table profit. It's the same thing as completing a challenge and getting a cash reward. I say this because I got just under half a 25NL ticket credited one week and still qualified for the double trouble ticket and I don't play cash that much.

 

One of the mods should clarify it though.

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The source of the money doesn't matter, whether it's your regular balance or a ticket.  It also doesn't matter whether you earn rewards elsewhere, e.g Challenges.  You just have to be down €20, net, at cash game tables that week.  

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Hey @4soul,

You will receive a ticket if you are down 20€ for the week. Only cash is included in this, so if you lose 20€ and don't play any cash games after that (or have played previously) then you will receive a ticket, no matter if you won on MTTs/SNGs. Like NMPfan said, if you lose 500€ on monday but win 490€ tuesday-sunday you will not be eligble for the ticket, as the total loss is 10€. 

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I understand, do you think this could be a "target" for some players? To play this event....i saw 100 players winning 40e , and the number of registered players are more than 6-700. Does that worth it? Remember that the blinds are on 3min....

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@4soul wrote:

I understand, do you think this could be a "target" for some players? To play this event....i saw 100 players winning 40e , and the number of registered players are more than 6-700. Does that worth it? Remember that the blinds are on 3min....


I don’t think players really want to play the double trouble – it just happens. I have two double trouble tickets on hold (because I always forget to register) but it’s relatively easy to be one of the 100 winning players. Much harder is the super double trouble where only 10 players get paid. Happened to get a ticket the other week and finally made it through, that was really satisfying!

However, sometimes I find it really strange to receive tickets because I’m up for the week thanks to MTT winnings – but, well, I guess I suck at cashgame poker. I just don’t accept it! 😀

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