Wow can you send some of those good hands this way. Its been awhile for quads here and you get them 3 times in 2 days. Incredible.
And I won a nice pot each time. Sometimes they fold and you win the preflop bets only.What are the names of the freerolls on PS? I can't see them for some reason.
Couldn't happen to a nicer guy, except maybe me! I seem to go months between them and I play a lot. (no time wasted taking tricks...:)) And I can't remember ever having a straight flush. I will try to find the freerolls for you.
wOOt! vn and good luck tonight! may the quads continue :)
nice! I had a streak like that the other day. Think I made like $6 for the effort...sigh!/j.
Dang - and two were flopped quads. What are the odds of that?
From the PS website: "To find out when our freeroll poker tournaments take place, go to the "Tourney" tab and sort by buy-in. This will list all our tournaments that are free to enter at the top."
And now I see they have added a Freeroll column under the Tourney tab.
They are called the Juno freerolls and are under the Tourney section and then the Private tab. I called a friend about them and he doesnt have the private tab. I got an email from PS about them.
Thanks, guys, I see it (Juno) now. There's one tomorrow morning at 12:30 my time that is announced. Price if right, so why not.
Hmmm. The freerolls I find are called "Hubble," and a new one starts every couple of hours. I watched one with 9000 max entrants fill up in less than 5 minutes! The top 72 get to play a second round a week later.Another way to find freerolls: Be in "tourney," and in the tourney filter, set the max buyin to zero.
Sorry to flood you with all this, but you also might like their tiny buyin tourneys. Almost freerolls:From PS: We know some of our newer poker players like to play in smaller buy-in tournaments, so PokerStars now offers small buy-in tournaments everyday for buy-ins of $1, $2, and $3. These tournaments are rake free as well, so consider it a free courtesy of the house while you become comfortable with our site. These small buy-in tournaments are offered in all of our poker game types: Texas Hold'em, Seven Card Stud, and Omaha Poker. Crash
Thx to all who left comments.