Whoever structured this tournament was REALLY catering to the lowest common denominator; with the starting stacks, blind levels, and lengths of blind levels, each game became a crapshoot after about 10 minutes of aired time. It was a really simple formula: chip count, all-in, commercial. Chip count, all-in, commercial. Chip count, all-in, commercial. There also seemed to be a disproportionate amount of commercials. I'm quite frankly surprised so many top players agreed to play in such a poorly structured tournament.
Not for true poker fans! Only moronic "all-in" junkies will enjoy this crap (although I will say the heads-up matches at the end were good). I will not even give "Poker Superstars III" a chance.
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