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  1. Agree that the Pulisic deal is amazing for BXB. Same with the Naldo deal - great for BXB, horrible for Schalke. It's no secret that Naldo is one of my favorite players, and he's an amazing person who was a great fit with the club. I understand he wanted to move, considering how much time he's spent on the bench, and he also deserves to play. Still, I hate that he's left. He was names as the best player of the Bundesliga last season, and he's been pretty good this season, when he got the chance. I get that Sane and Naldo are a bit similar, and it's difficult to use them both in a 4-4-2, but still. Less and less faith in Heidel.
  2. My old Christian Poulsen jersey. And I'm dead serious :D Sane is in top 3 of all defenders, if you look at the stats. If that isn't great, especially considering how the team has done, I don't know what is. Wright was bad in the first game, but he has been pretty good in the last two games. Skrybski hasn't gotten much time either, but when he's gotten the chance, he's been solid. Christian Poulsen, what a lumberjack on the pitch! 29 yellows in 111 Bundesliga games! :scared: At least he had a solid career at Schalke and beyond... Sane is a top-3 defender? :laugh: What kind of stat did you unearth to come up with that? Won duels? Won headers? Those stats see some even more obscure people at the top. The kicker (I know, I know...) has him at 60th place. Poulsen, Sand, Løvenkrands and Larsen. Really miss the good old days with the Danish stars. Also miss the likes of Poulsen, Ernst og Jones. Will never forget this foul. Regarding Sane. Every single defensive metric actually. He's won more duels than any other player in the Bundesliga, and he's won more than 70 % of his duels, which makes him the 3rd best in the league. Don't get me started about headers :Inlove:
  3. @Merenitsu, happy new year :) What are you planning to stream? If it's just poker, you can get a great setup for a fraction of that budget. Even if it's Battlefield 5, you'd like to stream, you can get a really great setup for less than that :)
  4. @Messwithme, they can all give wins about twice as high as the above mentioned multiplier. Personally I'd go with reactoonz, but that's partly because I simply think it's a more exciting game :)
  5. @psrquack@ the contact could probably have been handled better, but I don't disagree much with the answer - it could have been more elaborate though. Private freerolls are private for a reason, and in principle you shouldn't get any advice on how to get access. If you should be invited to it, you will be. If it's an affiliate arranging the freeroll, it's only fair that the people playing it are the ones who are actually affiliated with said site. If the password is publicly available and you can find it, it's of course all good, but if you can't find any information about it, you're not supposed to play it, and support shouldn't help you imo. So, answer could be better, but the message is okay imo :) NB not necessarily Unibet's view, just my personal opinion :)
  6. A new Poker Product Manager will start in a month or two ;) I'll let you know, once I know the date etc., but just want to mention that I'll of course keep on eye on everything client related reported on the community, and this thread is still relevant :)
  7. It takes time to settle in a new team :) Uth was getting better and better and had a few great games just before the unfortunate injury. Rudy I'm not gonna defend - wouldn't mind him leaving this winter. Mascarell has been a dissapointment indeed, but I don't think he's been that bad when he got the chance. Sane has been great. Skrybski has been good Serdar has been good. Wright (despite his bad first game) and Goller have been a positive surprise in the last couple of games. Mendyl is a fun one. He plays like a 15-year-old who's waaaay to excited, but with more experience he could become a really good player - just not in the attack @testuser1Now you're trolling! Did you write that wearing your old Orlando Engelaar jersey? I mean before this season started you were even writing up Johannes Geis and how did that work out so far...? My old Christian Poulsen jersey. And I'm dead serious :D Sane is in top 3 of all defenders, if you look at the stats. If that isn't great, especially considering how the team has done, I don't know what is. Wright was bad in the first game, but he has been pretty good in the last two games. Skrybski hasn't gotten much time either, but when he's gotten the chance, he's been solid.
  8. :laugh: Sebastian Rudy hand-picked by Tedesco, the most expensive transfer with 16 M Euro, not even making the game-day roster yesterday. In 16 games, he was sick just once, however only played in 8 of those 16 games. The only game when Rudy started and you actually won was the game against Nürnberg! :speechless: Mascarell, hand-picked by Tedesco, 10 M Euro, with just 169 minutes in 4 games so far. Mendyl, 6 M Euro this year, has been an absolute disaster. Uth with just 1 goal in 11,5 hours of Bundesliga football. Don't put it all on 45 year old Naldo to carry the burden... @jerry@cris1285 I watched most of the BVB games this season. You have to take the schedule into consideration here! We played a tough game against Bremen on Saturday, Düsseldorf on Tuesday and Gladbach on Friday. After 4 tough months with 25 club games, you have to rotate a little if you play 3 games in 6 days! The rotation wasn't the problem. Bruun-Larsen was our starter on the left side just 10 days ago, Pulisic is probably going to Chelsea for 66 M Euro, Schmelzer played OK (for his abilities ) against Monaco and Götze started a lot of games as the False 9 (even against Bayern). Alcacer with the goal and Sancho with the great pre-assist even produced off the bench. The problem was that in contrast to S04, Düsseldorf has a competent coach that knows how to park the bus and doesn't think he's smarter than he actually is! The 1-0 was a stupid mistake by Bruun-Larsen which led to the Lukebakio counter attack. Lukebakio also scored 3 times in Munich. The 2-0 was a long distance goal by their right back and I'll doubt he'll be scoring one like this again in his career. And then you're behind 2-0 against a white hot opponent... However, I'd prefer to not see Bruun-Larsen, Pulisic and Götze tomorrow against Gladbach. Then we'll see. BVB-Gladbach and Frankfurt-Bayern are the games to watch. If we end up just 3 points ahead, that would be a bad sign, for sure. But we also could finish the year with 6, 8 or even 9 points in front of the 2nd place. It takes time to settle in a new team :) Uth was getting better and better and had a few great games just before the unfortunate injury. Rudy I'm not gonna defend - wouldn't mind him leaving this winter. Mascarell has been a dissapointment indeed, but I don't think he's been that bad when he got the chance. Sane has been great. Skrybski has been good Serdar has been good. Wright (despite his bad first game) and Goller have been a positive surprise in the last couple of games. Mendyl is a fun one. He plays like a 15-year-old who's waaaay to excited, but with more experience he could become a really good player - just not in the attack
  9. @jerry to be fair, he hasn't been that great when starting. Against Schalke be was almost invisible
  10. I'm not impressed by Heidel, but I don't see any reason to get rid of Tedesco just yet. Even though he has been making some weird decisions lately, and I don't agree with the rotation, I still think he's a great coach and the right man. However, if we find ourselves in a relegation spot come February, something will obviously need to change, and firing them both could be an option. NB I stand by all comments made pre-season, even though I underestimated Alcacer :) On paper, Schalke did have a significantly stronger team this season, and if we forget about Rudy, the new signings have actually done pretty well (really impressed by Sane). It's the top-performers from last season who have really disappointed.
  11. @fish8one Your proposal is not gonna make any difference. I know you think online poker is rigged, but very few share that view - probably about as many as there are people who believe the earth is flat :) Hand history tests make no difference, if it's the RNG you want to test, and the RNG is being tested by independent third parties. Could we perhaps stick to the topic instead of the spam? :)
  12. @pinki, 3.5-4 hours (or even 2.5 hours) is too long for some recreationals - for me personally it'd have to a pretty big buyin, if I was to play for more than 3 hours online. If I'm going to play a tournament with a buyin of € 1-5 on Unibet (where the prize pool isn't huge), I honestly wouldn't want to play for much more than 90 minutes. Furthermore, I think it's a bit weird considering these two scenarios as almost identical: 1. Play a turbo tournament from the beginning with the same stack as everyone else and significant # of BB's 2. Latereg to a deepstack/slower paced tournament where you're up against huge stacks and have few BB's. There should be space for both formats, especially if the strategy is focused around the recreational :)
  13. @psrquack, perhaps @JeppeL has forgotten about that promo, and don't think @RayL knows about it - now they're reminded :)
  14. You don't have to open the lobby to see blind level length and starting stack - you do have to click the tournament though. Difficult to display all information without the need of a click, when identical client is used for mobile and desktop. Or did I misunderstand something in your post? I don't get why it's important to know the identify of a winner? GDPR just complicates things a bit, and as far as I'm aware, you'll need to sign a consent form, which is probably what's been done in the cases you mention. Looking at lottery winners in Denmark, the vast majority (you can pretty much switch around your numbers) prefer to be anonymous. Other than that (Y). I especially agree that loyalty isn't rewarded as much as on other sites, when playing casino/sports, and if I hadn't worked at the company for 5 years, I honestly doubt I'd ever play casino at Unibet. Merry Xmas/Hanukkah/whatever to you too :)
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