Originally Posted by jaggibson
I guess i won't deny collusion but don't know if it proves anything. Chat seams like mindless talk. Guess since I live in the midwest i am not familiar with american slang. Must be urban slang? The idea of the thrid party to distract seams rather impressive and elaborate. Let us know how reporting this turns out. Though useing the chat as part of your argument wont add much to your case.
Yeah, it's Urban slang, essentially meaning I'm on to it, I know what I'm doing, etc. If it's a group of individuals, they could be doing this in some type of "collusion ring" essentially having a 3rd party over see the tournanment, almost like a lookout, to make sure no one complains about the collusion, etc. They probably are on IM with each other, giving each other advice on how to proceed, etc. That's just my guess.
I think $5 S N G's are the perfect targets because more than half the players are usually casual players and wouldn't know the difference. If they targeted higher stakes, they could get discovered more easily. Not only that, if they did this 20 times a day (low number) and took the top 2 prizes each time, that's $520.00 a day gross - 100 buy in = $420.00 a day net. That's more than most mid stakes grinders average in a day, not too shabby.