500 Vpp

    • THeGaME23
      THeGaME23
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      How long does it generally take to get to 500 VPP if your playing mostly NL5 and NL10 SSS? I think Pokserstrategy says you need to get it in 90 days or they withdraw the money from your account.
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    • Justin37
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      i received the $50 n started playing NL0.10/0.25 for about 40 mins almost everyday n now FPP around 420points with 3 weeks to go (7 Nov).
    • THeGaME23
      THeGaME23
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      Originally posted by Justin37
      i received the $50 n started playing NL0.10/0.25 for about 40 mins almost everyday n now FPP around 420points with 3 weeks to go (7 Nov).
      Wow .10 .25 to start? Thats a good way to go broke lol. I think I will start on NL10 and If I get under $30 i'll switch to NL5. Only 40 minutes each day? Thats not very long, I plan on playing a couple hours each day, hopefully I get to 500FPP in time.
    • justkyle88
      justkyle88
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      Hey THeGaME23 and Justin37,

      You have 90days or approx 3 months to gain 500VPPs.

      IMO 90days is a sufficient time to gain this amount.

      Here is a thread which gives you a rough idea on how many VPPs you can make on each limit.


      Regards,

      Kyle.
    • Justin37
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      i play on pokerstars found out BIG STACK dont scare to call my 0.40 raise.

      So i move upper limit which is more tight compare to 0.10.
    • THeGaME23
      THeGaME23
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      Originally posted by justkyle88
      Hey THeGaME23 and Justin37,

      You have 90days or approx 3 months to gain 500VPPs.

      IMO 90days is a sufficient time to gain this amount.

      Here is a thread which gives you a rough idea on how many VPPs you can make on each limit.


      Regards,

      Kyle.
      Thanks! Kind of confusing though. So on NL10 I will receive 2.9-4 FPP per 100 hands?

      Also, is there a way to plus rep someone on the forums?
    • dadude77
      dadude77
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      Joined: 26.10.2008 Posts: 1,516
      dont worry about the vpps for the moment. You might not get a ton at the beginning, but don't worry about that, the bonus is NOTHING compared to what you can earn by improving and working on your game. Don't worry about the bonus, and work on studying, reading articles, watching videos, posting hands etc.

      Good luck, and hope to see you aroudn the forums,
      dadude