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Dr.Guillotine

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About Dr.Guillotine

  • Community Level
    Newbie
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  • Real name
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  • Your gender
    Male
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Personal

  • Favorite poker hand
    QC4C
  • Your profession
    Working
  • Favorite place to play
    Doc's Sports Retreat and Motor City
  • Your hobbies
    Reading
  • Favorite Cash Game and Limit
    NLHE Fullring
  • Favorite Tournament Game and Limit
    NLHE

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Rankings

  • Worldwide

    N/A

  • All-time high

    10,382 (2013)

Cashes

  • Lifetime total

    $7,149

  • Biggest Cash All Time

    $1,252

  • Number of cashes

    104

  • Average cash

    $69

Latest post

  1. Didn't someone post earlier that they were getting hacked? It really sounds like some sort of DDos stuff. Lulz, that sounds terrible. I was looking forward to watching the last few tables too. Just to lobby for WPN for a sec, I haven't had nearly as many problems with WPN as I've had with Bovada FWIW. I also haven't had disconnection and lobby issues until just today. Granted, I've only been on the network for six months if that means anything. Also, FWIW, it only costs them .01c or something to host a table, so I doubt it's hosting issues unless the migration with PokerHost was causing problems. I doubt that possibility though and am more likely to believe the hearsay about possible DDosing. Some people have lag switches for less well known video games that can cause you to lag for short periods of time. Most people tend to do it with Freemium games. It wouldn't be hard to believe that someone did that mess for the OSS to WPN's servers. If they did then they are stupid and lulz retarded because WPN never has the responsibility to give ICM equity etc. to anyone unless they can determine who was doing the DDosing and benefited. In fact, if it was done to the server a lot of people implicitly benefited.
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