re: Poker & ACR freeroll advice
Full Flush is no longer viable to play on. When you play the ACR freerolls, you basically have to play super tight with a little luck involved. People will shobe with 27 off suit and end up with a straight, its ridiculous at times but if you play your hands, play only premium hands, you'll make it far. Unfortunately you have to play tight for most of the tourny. If you get a good chip lead early, you can bully a bit when you're in the mid game because 80% of the fish are gone yet you still have players that will shove on ridiculous hands. Freerolls are brutal but it is one way to build a small bankroll to g et into the $25 GTD tournaments and try for those which have a much better payout. Just learn patience, what hands to go big on, and how to read players.