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Discussion: ratings???

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July 17, 2008
18 posts
I see ssusa is still updating ratings after normal
deadline, but I really don't understand how 65
team Texas Hold'em is still rated AA. They are easily
beating all the AA teams & have beat some Major
teams. They must be coming in under the radar!
SSUSA, have you looked at their win/loss record
in both your & SPA tournaments? They are a VERY
good team!!!
July 17, 2008
222 posts
Wingfoot i am Jack co-manager of Texas Holden,we beat Texas Legends in Georgetown,they only had 11 players i think,when they were at full strenth they run ruled us twice in Baytown.We have beat the Texas Classics ,and Hill Contractors, both are very weak teams,plus the Classics have never been at full strength when playing us.When we played a good aa team in Irving we split with them [Plano Sports]They beat us by 12 runs in one of the games .Why should be moved up and them stay.The new players that jioned us this year came from my aa 60 plus team.Do your homework before you whine. Wait til you see some of the teams from Chicago,and California.Plano Sports won the Texas State SSUSA,so why are you not whinning about them,you just play for Texas Classics and you are not winning,let the powers to be do their job thanks Jack
July 17, 2008
18 posts
Mr. "jr", get a life! I'm sure you are not playing to
insure a AA rating. I do not play for the above team
mentioned, but did play in Austin.
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