Originally Posted by blobman
Pay no attention to this troll. He seems to misunderstand the concept of businesses having good business sense and also that the total guaranteed money is unchanged and that the guarantee to buy-in ratio is completely unchanged.
Because anyone who dares to disagree with YOUR opinion is a troll, right? Spare me, you self-important clown. ACR has been hyping the sh't out of their "Million Dollar" Sundays for weeks now because they were hoping and praying for enough entries to cover the huge guarantee. Because they've lost money on the overlay in these Sunday guarantees, they've cut them in half, I get it.
The problem I have is the way they've lied to people about promoting these guarantees. Think of it this way: If I own a retail business and run a series of ads promoting a "Buy one, get one free" sale good for the month of October, I'm obligated to honor that sale, no matter how much money I lose or how few new customers I bring in. ACR promoted these tournaments as "Sunday Million", with that amount of prize money guaranteed every Sunday in October. Now they're reneging on that promise and trying to convince us that tournaments they run in November count toward the $5 Million guarantee, which is a total crock of sh't. Gullable lightweights like yourself may fall for it, but those of us who completed High School can see that they're not doing what they promised to do in the ads....namely, pony up a guaranteed $1,000,000 prize pool every Sunday this month, not several $500,000 MTTs that run into November.