The gambling den!!
If you want to get tokens fast and have no desire to sit in front of your computer screen giving away all your personal information to people you don't know and to people who the people you don't know give it to then get good-enough at this game and go in to the gambling den - it's ready go's for me.
Thats what this game is all about at the end of the day - you can disagree all you like anyone but you're wrong - that's the red fuse to this game. It's the gambling where you'll find yourself out and it's a dirty dirty game!! It's a dirty game that can leave you bitter and screwed up over it for days and it will probably affect ur home life.
I've just come off Pebble Beach 18 holes for 100 credit entry and made a 66, that will probably get between 125 to 200 credits back, but I was 7 under after 6 holes!! I made a massive start and had these visions of slaughtering it - putting my score on my profile, coming in here and sticking a thread up 'my first 1st', then hole 8 I think it was - made an unfortunate boggie and got a right f***ing bee in my bonnet over it because I knew I had lost the chance to stick one of those 'proper champion' 9 hole scoresheets on my wall...then the VEM started up, and you start getting proper nasty-bitter angry, and knotted up inside - you have to go take a coffee and a smoke....2 and a half hours for 18 holes under the cosh, it's a lot worse when you start fast and get defensive on holding on to it, a lot more pressure than chasing it down.
(and another 200 credits expected the day after this was written, 64 this time, again fast off the blocks, but instead of trying to defend it I carried on with the offensive - u gotta play like that I have decided, no matter what the score, just go on the attack and see where u r at the end).
Anyway it's a rollercoaster, it's a dirty nasty game - but that's where the truth be told and that's what WGT is all about.
Just know what you're going in to is my advice to anyone contemplating ready-go's
But that's where you will make your money - hard money, not swindling some rookie out of his naive credits like a lot of the 3 figure earners do on here.