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jonny2192 Rank 23
Rank 23

@Leo-Unibet The UK4 played a lot better thanks for the changes.

The uk25s didnt get enough players yesterday so didnt run but i will try them when they do.

 

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4soul Rank 18
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like @FreedoM said , i also like the new schedule! More colors????? Hmmm...they could put one color for "singularity" , another for "wormhole"s and so on.....it can be fun!....also the tables when you play ....i need to can change some of them....to see better when i am in paid money or not Very Happy
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jonny2192 wrote:

@LeoUnibet The UK4 played a lot better thanks for the changes.

The uk25s didnt get enough players yesterday so didnt run but i will try them when they do.

 


@jonny2192 I'm glad they changed to the better Happy

 

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GothMoth Rank 17
Rank 17

After few days of playing micro MTTs I must say that the new ones are worse in my opinion. The good thing is there are more in The New Schedule.

The blind structure is imbalanced :

4min ones turn into donkaments pretty quick

6min singularities are ok but the deep ones are maybe too deep - I managed too win one despite the fact that I was absent for 20 min and 40 hands Wow  At the moment I reconnected we were three players remaining and the stacks till the end were ~30-40BB.

There are no 8-10-12 min ones at all Disappointed

 

Overall my main issue  with The New Tournament Schedule is the lack of enough normal 9 seat freezeouts(not that the old one had them). The test-freeroll with 8min levels was a good example.

 

 

 

 

 

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Sect7G Rank 16
Rank 16

Hi Leo,  Congrats on the new job and I wish you the best of luck.

I noticed for the new Sunday offering rebuys that a player can register until the end of late registration and then hit the add-on right away.  tbh I think this is a mistake.  The players that will take advantage of this are the ones Unibet doesn't neccesarity want on the site. 

I'd suggest cutting late reg off 2/3's of the way to the add-on.  Yes in the short run it will reduce the number of players as the parasites won't play as much... but the ones that do will be forced to play a bit and they undoubtedly will make it to the add on period so the prize pool will get more rebuys to compensate for less undesirable players.

I played the Neptula on the weekend and feel that it is too deepstacked to start for a rebuy and therefore players weren't forced to rebuy enough.  Perhaps starting the tourney with 5000 chips and make the add on 10k would prompt more action pre add on.  Perhaps the blinds would need to be slightly skewed but generally to increase rebuys it's best to have steep jumps prior to the add-on and afterwards slow down the blind jumps.

Looking forward to playing more MTT's on Unibet as the guarantees go up and more players take notice of the offerings.  All the best.

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NMPfan Rank 18
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I don't understand what the issue is with people max lateregging? They're adding money to the prizepool, it's a good thing, no? Of course if there are overlays less players would be ideal, preferably just me and you and nobody else, but disregarding that I don't see the harm of latereggers. 

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NeriPoker Rank 15
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Congratulations on your new job.

Looking at the Sunday Majors I was disappointed that the €5 games were unlimited rebuys and there doesn't seem to be much in it for the microstakes player. A €5 rebuy is more like a 15-20 euro game and has the potential to obliterate a microstakes bankroll. 

It would be nice to see a €4-5 Sunday freezeout with a decent gtd for those of us playing on a small bankroll. 

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Tillus Rank 13
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I mean, flat payout structure is one thing. But sometimes its going a bit too far imho: 

ridiculous_payoutstrucutreImho.jpg

 

If this was some kinda hyper turbo shovefest at this point, I wouldn't mind so much. But due to rebuy & addons avg. stack is at almost 60BBs & the tourney would go on for well over an hour despite 4min lvls. Makes it annoying to play for over an hour get 3rd or 2nd & receive same as 20th place o.O

Would you at least consider a different payout structure for let's say 110 - <200€ prizepools (everything over x,1 amount of buyins with a downscaling structure). For example 150€ Prizepool: 1st: 100€ ticket 2nd: 20€ 3rd: 12.50€ 4th:10€ 5th:7.50€ 

This way you would at least have the chance of profiting with a single-buyin w/o having to ship the qualifier, as opposed to just one happy camper and a bunch of break-even stevens and everyone losing who rebought and/or used addon.

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ChapInAChair Rank 15
Rank 15

NMPfan wrote:

I don't understand what the issue is with people max lateregging? They're adding money to the prizepool, it's a good thing, no? Of course if there are overlays less players would be ideal, preferably just me and you and nobody else, but disregarding that I don't see the harm of latereggers. 


Agreed. I do have a major issue with bubble hunters who late reg during a hand where a bubble might burst but in general there's no reason to be unhappy with people late regging.

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Sect7G Rank 16
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Late regging with this structure/chips has a mathematical edge.  You're buying 3 units of chips with plenty of time to play for the price to 2 with plenty of play left.  That's means you're paying 66% of what you should.  Where as a player who played from the beginning and who rebought could be paying 80%+ for his units. 

I could late reg for the advantage as well... but I don't feel right about making money off of loopholes. 

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