50,000 coin Texas Hold em' Challenge
I love completing the challenges and earning the rewards, although I am not very happy with the August rewards at all. However, July was really great and I assume that some months are better than others; so, I will keep my VIP membership for at least anther month to see how that pans out. My complaint at the moment though is the challenge to win 50,000 coins in one hand of Texas Hold em'. I personally find this impossible to do, since there are seldom any bets in the game that go that high. If anyone else has a different experience, I would love to hear suggestions/tips, etc.
Two suggestions that may help you with this challenge.
If you select the "Blinds" when entering the poker room and pick a larger value (5,000 / 10,000 if you can afford it)
Then you will see much larger pots and it will be much easier to win 50,000 coins in one hand.
Also if you play the 5-seat version, you will find that you win more often but smaller amounts.
So if you are comfortable choosing the 5,000 / 10,000 coin blinds in the 5-seat poker room, it shouldn't take long to win a hand worth over 50,000 coins.
(On the other hand, if you aren't comfortable playing at those blind levels, you might be better off in the 9-seat room. You will win less frequently, but the pots will tend to be larger - just because more people are in each pot).
I hope that helps.
wow really Candy0
I love sarcasm, Moonbeam7, and would like to say, thanks for your productive and helpful comment.0
Hey Bcup...Why are you so negative in every response you submit? If you don't like CW, then why keep playing? We are here to escape the REAL world at this time.....Try to chill out a bit, please!!! I think Dougaroo has been very helpful, and very informative....Peace.....0
The 50000 Texas Hold'em challenge is 50000 in one SESSION (meaning at table without leaving) NOT one hand. The challenge is not real difficult to complete. Might have to play for awhile to achieve.0
Go in the highest bet possible game and only takes you a few hands Do the 5 person one as less competition0
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