HSMTT Forum Rules: PLEASE READ in Poker Advice Posted April 6, 2011 · Edited April 6, 2011 by ApesAreFun This is the PocketFives High Stakes MTT Forum, where we aim to engage in meaningful poker conversation. You have to register before you can post. If you haven't done that yet, join our community by clicking here and creating your username and profile. To be able to post in this forum, you need to have accumulated at least $500,000 in cashes or be ranked Top 1,000 in the world. This board is monitored by P5s Admins and our HSMTT user moderators. Below are the rules for this forum. We also ask you to check our GENERAL FORUM RULES before posting. If you have any issues with moderation in this forum or with particular posts, please use the Report Post function (the exclamation point icon at the bottom of each post). This is the best way to report these types of issues. You can send ApesAreFun, apestyles, Cre8ive or 7DeLux a PM on why your post was deleted if you were not given a reason, however, please do NOT PM the HSMTT mods or any other moderator on existing posts and do not complain or discuss moderation issues publicly on the forum. Use the Report Post link! • Minimum Buy-in: For a thread/hand to belong in the HSMTT-forum, it needs to have a minimum buy-in of $50 (rebuys only), and at least $100 for freezeouts. This is a general guideline when it comes to buy-ins. But as we know, situations vs other regs comes up in lower stakes MTTs as well. So if you feel a thread belongs in this forum based on this, feel free to post it. It might get moved to PD if our mods feel it belongs there. • Constructive Criticism: When commenting on a thread or hand, do NOT belittle other posters. You can explain why something was wrong without being combative. Bans will be handed out immediately for this type of offense, and the length will be determined based on if you were trolling before on P5s. • Strategy: Please ONLY post poker strategy-related hands and similar types threads in this forum. This is not a forum for people to post rail-calls or congratulating another player on a recent score. Those threads should be posted in Poker Community. • Bad Beats: All bad beats should be posted in the Bad Beats Forum.