I had three months. Ok........how many of you have waited to register for a tournament just before it starts to begin? Maybe to see how many are actually in it? So, what happens when you wait to register for a tournament that reg ends at 10 p.m. and they decide, "oh well, lets start it early, they had an hour to register before.
My whole point is, when I want to enter it, I'll enter it. No one, Poker.com, nor any other player is going to tell me to enter it early. It's all because I was told I had one more week to play it.
The one part I left out was that I made the final table for a WPT seat. It was to played at a certain time. I, along with over 400 others registered and sat at the table when it was time. Before the tourney even started, there was a message pop up. "Due to technical difficulties the tournament has been postponed, your entry will be returned". That was it! I sat there for 20 minutes, couldn't get ahold of live support, as it was swamped. Next day, I get up, log on to my computer, check e mail. There is one from Poker.com , the tournament that was postponed, went on, five minutes after the cancellation. ?????? Apperantly they sent out an e mail immediately. I checked the results. Only 170 some people played. In another words, they screwed a lot of people out of that tourney. When I contacted support, I was given the run around. I had to fight like hell to get anything out of them. What I got was this coupon for the Aussie Tourney.
As I said it before and I'll say it again. Did I procrastinate? Sure. But why can't I? I can play when I want. Isn't that part of the allure of poker? I contact support, ask them to check my coupon, and am told I can play in one a week from now, he/she made a mistake and I'm to blame? Sorry folks, I don't see it that way. If I ever screwed up with a client like this, I'd be doing backflips to make up for my wrong doings, not try to blame the client.