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#1 koreanmeanin

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Posted 15 December 2004 - 04:46 PM

coming from UB and Full Tilt perspective - i just looked at Party Poker, and am considering it for my initial 'real' foray into online poker.. but this site looks so blocky and.. amateur'ish. how can it be the best?also, every time i try to look at tournaments, it never shows any listed. i dont quite get it. the entire layout is just very confusing.. is that just me?-d

#2 tekn0wledg

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Posted 15 December 2004 - 04:58 PM

The layout is not the best IMHO, and in addition there is some connection problems, particularly when returning lists of tournaments and tables etc.I think overall it has the best game selection and the most players, just depends on what you are looking for.If you are looking for a better tournament selection I would recommend PokerStars.

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Posted 16 December 2004 - 02:12 AM

After playing for more than a couple of hours on any site you get used to it.Like I said, software isn't the most important thing. Players and game selection is. There are always juicy games at party. As long as the software runs fast enough, which it does.
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