I played the Hexa mission this morning, fired uo 3 tables together, saw the first one was 1.5 but having started play didn't notice what multiplier the other two tables were, and when they started playing didn't actually know what I was playing for. Is there any indication on the table what the prize pool is that I am just not seeing?
Thanks @MadAdo Me needing new glasses. I played those three and won 1 but the mission wasn't complete so I fired another upand that came x 10 which I won played 1 more at x 1.5, won again and the mission came up as complete. 5 played 2 wins at x1.5 and 1 win at x 10. Happy days.
I played 5x €1 + 1x €2 (ticket) today and hit x1,5 (3 times), x3 (2 times) + x5, so I could win up to €20,5 with only €5 buy-ins and it sounds like a good deal, but ofc I won only two 1.5 games and lost other with a better hands in preflop all-ins. That was a foreword, I want to share with a couple of my personal conlusions.
I think it's possible to win here on a long run (nice stucture and field), but there are 2 main reasons why I never gonna play Hexapro anymore (or only with extra rakeback while performing some missions): Hexapro is too swingy and too tilty. You can play a week without profit and win 100 BI next day (what is sounds like MTT swings in SNG world) and also it's painful to lose big multiplier games to some guys who just play it for fun and push any two cards, so you need to have really nerves made of steel to play it with a reason to make a long run profit. I don't think that I'm a tilty player, but it's painful to lose to some guys who just don't even try to play poker. Maybe I even would thought about playing it if min multiplier were x2 to reduce swings factor and I think that's the only way to make Hexapro more attractive to regulars.
Anyway, I'm pleased that Uniber Poker trying new formats to attract new players and do it in "tested" way (I mean not trying something to introduce some stupid rake-trap games like PS) and that game is another confirmation that this site is only gets better and bigger. I'd like to see some new games here in future (like 9-max SNGs and stud or draw poker cash/MTT games). And even with some soft problems Unibet is still looking like a best place to play for me, because I can see improvements and friendly staff and I hope that everything will be that way in future.
And I'm still angry because of removing WebMoney from withdrawal methods. But I believe that nothing Unibet can do there and it's a justified decision, so it's just a cry form a heart and not a niggle.
That's me keeping an eye on this topic, reading the hexabingo horror stories. My theory is that quite a few break even SNG players are now flocking to hexabingo, hoping to exploit the casino guys over there. Which in turn makes the standard SNGs even more profitable. So yeah, hexabingo FTW.
OMG, the hexabingo-freaks are now invading the regular SNGs. I have never seen so many games end up 3 handed or in heads-ups so early because guys were going all-in out of the blue with Q6o on the 15/30 level. Call me crazy, but I believe the SNG players might benefit the most from hexabingo, even if the games fills up a little slower now.