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Jeannie

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photo 2.jpg how is there 4 dudes named maik8888 (basically) in the free roll tournaments.... i'm not dim enough to believe it's 4 different people..... and thats only one of the several pictures i took.....
 

Seventh777

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Firstly I fixed your screenie :).......

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Secondly, it`s a well known fact that MGS Tourneys use bots, take part in one exactly as it starts and you will see blocks upon blocks of *players* on the same coin pool and raising in blocks of 10-20 until you get to the top 10 -50 ish. However, you will not see bots in the prize places at the end of the tourney that`s what matters tbh.
 

Jeannie

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neither could i, hence the post :)


free rolls are hard to win as is, never mind competing against the same guy 5 times.... different site or not its bull and i would think the casinos could detect and stop it....
 

Jeannie

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thanks for the fix, taken on my iphone and when emailed it went sideways, did not realize it until after i posted here......
 

pianoman

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Not a worry...

Don't be too concerned.
At the end of comp play you'll probably find no scores registered against these names.
They're spots reserved for free entries and invitees of game hosts.
There were lots of them - like 4 pages of them in GSOS.
I asked 32Red, they checked with MG ...That's the answer that came back.
End of comp, most names had zero scores. :cool:
 
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cdomi66

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If you have an account at different mg casinos, each one requires a unique user name to enter that said casino's tournaments. Being that you have to use your email to confirm the name, I assume they have no problem you playing the same tournaments offered by all the casinos, as long as you are doing from another casino account.

That pic you provided shows one person with a ton of mg accounts....hardly competitive at all :rolleyes:

I checked the tournaments I played in 3 different casinos I have accounts with to assume that info.
 
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vinylweatherman

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The change was made at the request of operators when GSOS 1 was run. It was to allow ALL casinos to comp their VIP players with a free entry. In order to make this work, MGS had to break the "one unique ID per player over all MGS casinos" rule that had initially been implemented and enforced through the software.

For MGS wide tournaments, it is possible to have as many entries as there are MGS skins running MPV. A mere 5 entries is conservative under these circumstances. The "bot" is the autoplay feature. It plays at the same speed for almost everyone, so players using it will appear to be playing in unison when viewing the scores. There is considerable advantage to be had when playing multiple free entries, but this advantage disappears when it comes to buying the continues, which is needed to place in the prizes. Hence, few, if any, of these blocks of players make it that far.

The best strategy for playing multiple entries is to select the best couple at the end of the free round, and ONLY purchase continues on these. This avoids the need to rebuy multiple times on an individual casino account in order to make a best starting score selection.

Although this "free for all" was supposed to be a temporary measure for GSOS 1, it was never reversed, and this strategy has been fully within the rules of MPV since, which is why MGS and casinos are "doing nothing about it".

It's a level playing field in that this strategy is open to anyone who wants to join in. Perhaps if too many people join in because MGS are allowing it, the result WILL cause a problem that might force MGS to rethink this relaxation of the rules, and maybe go back to the single MPV ID per person rule they started out with.

The rule is certainly unpopular with recreational MPV players who don't want to have to "game the system" just to stand an even chance against the "pros".

It is just as unpopular as the "999 continues" rule, where the deep pocketed players can bulldoze their way into the top placings, and those without 4 figure deposits needn't bother as they don't stand a chance even if they hit a jackpot in free spins.
 

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