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TwoGun Nov 07, 2005 10:13pm

E-book Promo
 
We are launching an e-book entitled "Fundamentals of No-Limit Hold'em." We plan on launching the paperback version early next year.

We are rewarding our active forum members by giving the e-book away to all forum members with 100 posts or more.

To claim your free ebook, please PM Ebookwith your email address. You will receive your ebook via email as soon as possible.

Please note that the ebook is still a preliminary version. We welcome any and all comments to help us perfect the book for the final version.

XA_kid Nov 10, 2005 3:43am

Who is "We"?

sleipner1958 Nov 10, 2005 6:40am

I Want The eBook
 
That's why I wrote this...
Plus I have something to say to the 100 posts requirement:
Quality or quantity of posts is what matters?
Isn't there a risk that people are chasing the 100 posts
with not so thoroughly though writings?

NorthView Nov 10, 2005 11:43am

Yes, which is it what
matters? In chasing the 100 posts with
not so thoroughly thorough
though through?

Dougikins Nov 10, 2005 1:13pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by NorthView
Yes, which is it what
matters? In chasing the 100 posts with
not so thoroughly thorough
though through?

LMAO
I thought this was funny
Some people won't
get it.
Nice hand.
E-books are cooool.

sleipner1958 Nov 10, 2005 3:25pm

Refine It
 
There is the average posts per day.
Two other averages would be of interest:
average replies/post and average views/post.
Those could tell something about the quality,
how others see you as a writer.
(Replies other than the author's).

TwoGun Nov 10, 2005 4:25pm

"We" refers to Mercy and I.

We realize that there are obvious problems with rewarding users based on number of posts, but we still want to do something to reward our active forum members and doing it by post count is the easiest.

NorthView Nov 10, 2005 4:46pm

Re: Refine It
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by sleipner1958
There is the average posts per day.
Two other averages would be of interest:
average replies/post and average views/post.
Those could tell something about the quality,
how others see you as a writer.
(Replies other than the author's).

A mere moment's thought would've told you this was bunkum.
"average replies/post" could be high because lots of people are telling you you're an idiot (surely not); average views/post is an even more bizarre choice.

Snaggle Nov 10, 2005 5:15pm

I really want your ebook Two Gun




I really evil post to get it this time :twisted:

sleipner1958 Nov 10, 2005 5:48pm

Time Factor
 
NorthView,why should you tell someone he is an idiot?
Just stop reading that writer's posts and save your time.
If you insist of telling it,wouldn't that discourage him from
writing bad posts anymore?
With the averages I supposed,perhaps they should be counted
24 hours or a week after the release only.
These are only suggestions.


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