Thanks for your answer and your efforts, @Jeppe-Unibet!
I hope I didn´t sound too harsh while moaning about some difficulties with the client. I really appreciate all of your work and I think you do a great job - way better than every single competitor of Unibet. What I totally forgot to take into account was that it was Christmas + New Year just a few days ago and most of the Unibet staff are probably just having vacation or a few days off.
It must have been stressful days for all of you. Holding the Unibet Open in Bucharest while presenting a new client, plus the problems with the client and so forth.
I hope in a few weeks - when everything has settled - we can all laugh about the problems and enjoy a smoothly running client. I m very positive that it´ll be a great year for Unibet in 2017!
Fresh from 2+2 posted by Andrew regarding the bonuspoints/challenges:-
"The webpage isn't updated and I don't know why. I've asked that it be done as soon as possible.
The client not showing it is a big problem, and new to me. I've told the developers and said that it's very high priority that it be fixed.
Unfortunately, it's probably a client-side problem, which means it'll stay that way until the next update at the end of the month.
So, I'll post the payouts here:
I'm playing Banzai and my Minor is "Call or Raise preflop when another player is all-in".
I'm in the BB and the SB has 10 total at the start of the hand. It folds to him and he calls off his remaining 5. I'm automatically all-in cos of the blind.
Should I get the point for this? Dont mind either way, just not sure what the procedure would be for this (admittedly rare) situation.
@PlasmaDasher Personally I don't believe it should count towards the challenge, as you technically didn't call but was instead already all in automatically because of the blind. I'm curious though, do you know whether you got the point or not?
@Jeppe-Unibet Seems a bit harsh, as you could say we have technically called as we can't fold. It seems that players dont get the point if opponent has 10 chips but would get the point if they had 11 chips
I didn't get the point, btw, but completed the challenge anyway
I respectfully disagree @PlasmaDasher, IMO you are technically forced all in as you have less or equal to 1 BB, but could argue that it's a call. Happy to hear that you cleared the challenge though, who needs forced all in's anyway
Yeah, it just seems like a weird one @Jeppe-Unibet. If a player has 11 chips or more you get the point (assuming you call and win). If he has 9 chips or less AFAIK he can't play without topping up. It is literally just that 10 chip figure that provides the anomaly, because it exactly equals the big blind.