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Foggy

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Go on give us a clue
« on: February 02, 2020, 01:29:40 AM »
No idea where the updates are for this weekend's team championship.

Are we to have chip counts, players left, or even an explanation as to where level 6 disappeared too?

IrishTom

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Re: Go on give us a clue
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2020, 14:56:37 PM »
No idea where the updates are for this weekend's team championship.

Are we to have chip counts, players left, or even an explanation as to where level 6 disappeared too?


Well Chris, seeing as you asked so nicely :)

The leaderboard kicked in on Day 2 with all players making Day 2 'in the points' - this was constantly updated from the event started and displayed on the DTD screens, and via APAT... - obviously the 'latest position' regarding team positions, min and max possible points, players remaining in each team etc etc is by far the best way to keep players updated throughout the day... Final Table blog (hand for hand) was reported here bit.ly/APATTeamD2

Level 6 was played from a BB/SB/Ante perspective (so no blinds were missed) but whilst DTD are updaing the tournament management system in the coming weeks, what was restricted over the weekend was the ability to 'update' the event when the tournament clock showed it went from Level 5 to Level 7 - it did, but in name only, the blinds went from 200/400 to 300/600 which was correct, but the 'name of the level' went from Level 5 to Level 7 (when it obviously should have said Level 6) (also meaning we ended Day 1 with it saying Level 13 - it was actually Level 12 played)

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