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jonny2192 Rank 23
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I think buying in with cash should be banned to lower variance, You never know when they will use it , I mean its worse than tickets it doesnt even have an expiry date Rofl

 

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WuDu Rank 21
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@jonny2192 wrote:

I think buying in with cash should be banned to lower variance, You never know when they will use it , I mean its worse than tickets it doesnt even have an expiry date Rofl

 


Listen, I know you're joking, however that was exactly what I had in mind as well. If you have ticket hoarders, Unibet knows that those tickets are about to be used within the given time-frame. With less tickets, more people will buy in with cash and cash buy-ins mean more insecurity for Unibet. If @jonny2192 mainly has to buy in with cash instead of tickets, who guarantees that those cash buy-ins don't suddenly stop and he switches to another live event series in the UK?  

We're gonna win on so many levels! We're gonna win, win, win. You're gonna get so tired of winning, you're gonna say: "Mr. President please, we don't wanna win anymore, it's too much!" And I'm gonna say: "I'm sorry, we're gonna keep winning because we're gonna make America great again!"
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psrquack Rank 25
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@WuDu wrote:

@jonny2192 wrote:

I think buying in with cash should be banned to lower variance, You never know when they will use it , I mean its worse than tickets it doesnt even have an expiry date Rofl

 


Listen, I know you're joking, however that was exactly what I had in mind as well. If you have ticket hoarders, Unibet knows that those tickets are about to be used within the given time-frame. With less tickets, more people will buy in with cash and cash buy-ins mean more insecurity for Unibet. If @jonny2192 mainly has to buy in with cash instead of tickets, who guarantees that those cash buy-ins don't suddenly stop and he switches to another live event series in the UK?  


I think government should introduce the 2% Unibet tax for all citizens to cover the qualifiers loss and avoid the Unibet employee's from miscalculations.

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jonny2192 Rank 23
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@psrquack wrote:

@WuDu wrote:

@jonny2192 wrote:

I think buying in with cash should be banned to lower variance, You never know when they will use it , I mean its worse than tickets it doesnt even have an expiry date Rofl

 


Listen, I know you're joking, however that was exactly what I had in mind as well. If you have ticket hoarders, Unibet knows that those tickets are about to be used within the given time-frame. With less tickets, more people will buy in with cash and cash buy-ins mean more insecurity for Unibet. If @jonny2192 mainly has to buy in with cash instead of tickets, who guarantees that those cash buy-ins don't suddenly stop and he switches to another live event series in the UK?  


I think government should introduce the 2% Unibet tax for all citizens to cover the qualifiers loss and avoid the Unibet employee's from miscalculations.


Please do not give the UK government more ideas.

They keep adding new taxes for things they consider bad for us. Latest one is now an additonal tax on drinks with too much sugar.

 

You can exchange UO tickets again all is unicorns and rainbows in Unibet land.
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jonny2192 Rank 23
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@WuDu wrote:

@jonny2192 wrote:

I think buying in with cash should be banned to lower variance, You never know when they will use it , I mean its worse than tickets it doesnt even have an expiry date Rofl

 


Listen, I know you're joking, however that was exactly what I had in mind as well. If you have ticket hoarders, Unibet knows that those tickets are about to be used within the given time-frame. With less tickets, more people will buy in with cash and cash buy-ins mean more insecurity for Unibet. If @jonny2192 mainly has to buy in with cash instead of tickets, who guarantees that those cash buy-ins don't suddenly stop and he switches to another live event series in the UK?  


I agree, As discussed before the tickets "anchor" you to the site, When you have 100s or even 1000s in tickets your not going to leave and play elsewhere.

 

You can exchange UO tickets again all is unicorns and rainbows in Unibet land.
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psrquack Rank 25
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@jonny2192 wrote:


Please do not give the UK government more ideas.

They keep adding new taxes for things they consider bad for us. Latest one is now an additonal tax on drinks with too much sugar.

 


Then merchants should sell those things as upgraded sugar and they can avoid to pay the tax.Rofl

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WuDu Rank 21
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@XY

Do you know how the 6 tix UO50 did today? The regular 4 tix attracted 24 and 16 ( Laugh ) players...

We're gonna win on so many levels! We're gonna win, win, win. You're gonna get so tired of winning, you're gonna say: "Mr. President please, we don't wanna win anymore, it's too much!" And I'm gonna say: "I'm sorry, we're gonna keep winning because we're gonna make America great again!"
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XY Rank 19
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@WuDu wrote:

@XY

Do you know how the 6 tix UO50 did today? The regular 4 tix attracted 24 and 16 ( Laugh ) players...


Don't know exactly.My focus was on Supernova this time.
When I opened lobby,saw 5 registered players,15-20min till start of the tournament.Doubt that it went above 18 players...15-18,19 max.

Succes,poker team would say!

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@WuDu wrote:

@XY

Do you know how the 6 tix UO50 did today? The regular 4 tix attracted 24 and 16 ( Laugh ) players...


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