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Mon, Dec 7 2020 9:44 AM (25 replies)
  • TurdMcGurd
    57 Posts
    Wed, Nov 14 2018 3:13 PM

     Anybody have any idea how players can get 50 million coins in a turf war? 

  • Luckystar5
    1,544 Posts
    Wed, Nov 14 2018 6:32 PM
    TurdMcGurd:

     Anybody have any idea how players can get 50 million coins in a turf war? 

    As many that play the bellagio room, 12 times or more in 24 hours!!!!!! It's not very probable, but very possible. I've seen club totals as high as 188 million.
  • JenJen85
    101 Posts
    Mon, Nov 26 2018 9:33 AM

    I’ve seen players with over 90 mill. I’ve seen a lot of talk about players “cheating “ during TW by having a member or two leave the club and set a match in bellagio, forfeit and collect the TW points.

    Wouldnt a simple fix be if a player leaves a club they could not rejoin for 24-48 hours?

    Just a thought!

    Jen

  • AussieMick11
    1,192 Posts
    Mon, Nov 26 2018 10:59 AM

    TurdMcGurd:

     Anybody have any idea how players can get 50 million coins in a turf war? 

    50 million coins is not a lot. I recently saw a screenshot of a turf war between two unnamed clubs where the leading team had amassed almost 1.3 billion coins to the opposing team's 742 million... and it wasn't even over yet. 

    But, to answer your question, you can get 50 million coins in a turf war by playing a lot of Bellagio games and purchasing club passes (or have them gifted to you).

  • el3n1
    3,523 Posts
    Mon, Nov 26 2018 11:22 AM

    Keep in mind, I have heard that mobile specialist who are quite confident in their ability can also use a CC pass during a TW while playing in the 'risk everything" Monaco coin room which doubles their bankroll and in turn applies those winnings to the country club.

    If a well established and deep stacked mobile specialist plays in Monaco and doubles their 100 million coin bankroll they now apply 200 million to the turf war... in one 9 hole match.  

    It is far more likely the some of the massive TW points are being accumulated this way, in part because the Bellagio room is far more competitive and the win rate drops down.  Whereas Monaco can still see a mix of skill levels where top mobile specialist can virtually earn or win a quick double up to their entire coin bankroll.  

    While it may seem like a risk to most players... elite mobile specialist could potentially breeze through these matches where most people of lower skillset are trying to boost their coin earnings but run into these top players.  

    It becomes another strategy that appears to be employed because there simply isn't enough action in Bellagio which is one of the least visited rooms.  Yes, players still use it but for those willing to play Monaco it appears to be the new strategy being employed in the high stakes turf wars.  

  • AussieMick11
    1,192 Posts
    Mon, Nov 26 2018 11:33 AM

    el3n1:

    Keep in mind, I have heard that mobile specialist who are quite confident in their ability can also use a CC pass during a TW while playing in the 'risk everything" Monaco coin room which doubles their bankroll and in turn applies those winnings to the country club.

    Interesting! I haven't heard of this strategy being used but I would not be surprised.

    But let's say I have 200 million coins, I go into Monaco, and my opponent only has 100,000 coins. If I win I'd only get 100,000 coins, is that right? I've never been into that room so I'm not sure. Also conversely, if I lost, my opponent would only get 100,000 coins? Not sure :/

  • Luckystar5
    1,544 Posts
    Mon, Nov 26 2018 11:37 AM
    el3n1:

    Keep in mind, I have heard that mobile specialist who are quite confident in their ability can also use a CC pass during a TW while playing in the 'risk everything" Monaco coin room which doubles their bankroll and in turn applies those winnings to the country club.

    If a well established and deep stacked mobile specialist plays in Monaco and doubles their 100 million coin bankroll they now apply 200 million to the turf war... in one 9 hole match.  

    It is far more likely the some of the massive TW points are being accumulated this way, in part because the Bellagio room is far more competitive and the win rate drops down.  Whereas Monaco can still see a mix of skill levels where top mobile specialist can virtually earn or win a quick double up to their entire coin bankroll.  

    While it may seem like a risk to most players... elite mobile specialist could potentially breeze through these matches where most people of lower skillset are trying to boost their coin earnings but run into these top players.  

    It becomes another strategy that appears to be employed because there simply isn't enough action in Bellagio which is one of the least visited rooms.  Yes, players still use it but for those willing to play Monaco it appears to be the new strategy being employed in the high stakes turf wars.  

    That may or may not be true. I've played there a few times, and Monaco, each time only paid out under 10,000 coins. I was told by others that people with very large banks, won't play there, its dominated by those that have very little to lose. These same people experienced the same small amount of winnings.
  • el3n1
    3,523 Posts
    Mon, Nov 26 2018 12:32 PM

    #Aussie... my understanding is that it is based on the individuals bankroll because you risk everything win or lose.  Again, I don't have enough concrete results to confirm how the matchups and payouts take place.  Only what I have heard and observed in TW's.

    #Lucky... it is possible that WGT eventually took action to offset this room being used in TW's but just as you have observed it, so to have I in TW's.  Doesn't mean something hasn't changed since then, but players can not jump 30 million points in a TW in one round.  If they earned those points in Bellagio you would see them gradually climb the leaderboard over 6 rounds played in the high stakes room.  Large lump sum wins especially over 10m in one round, at the very least suggest a round was played in Monaco.  

    Since Bellagio can be the most competitive room with the best players... it can take a lot more rounds being played but can still be done if they are willing to play non stop while buying passes, which I am sure WGT doesn't mind.

  • Luckystar5
    1,544 Posts
    Mon, Nov 26 2018 12:39 PM
    @El It's my understanding that if a player, in Monaco, only has 10,000 coins, and you have 3 million, if you win, you get his 10,000. But if he wins, he only recieves 20.000 coins , 2 times his bank. I've only played there 3 times, haven't lost, so I can't confirm, if the above is true or not. It makes since since they advertise to win 2 times your bet. Anyone know for sure, as I won't waste my time for such small winnings in that room.
  • AussieMick11
    1,192 Posts
    Mon, Nov 26 2018 12:45 PM

    el3n1:

    #Aussie... my understanding is that it is based on the individuals bankroll because you risk everything win or lose.  Again, I don't have enough concrete results to confirm how the matchups and payouts take place.  Only what I have heard and observed in TW's.

    Ok, thank you el3n1.

    el3n1:

    ...which I am sure WGT doesn't mind.

    Yep, in every turf war (and club clash) WGT is the winner. 

    Luckystar5:

    It's my understanding that if a player, in Monaco, only has 10,000 coins, and you have 3 million, if you win, you get his 10,000. But if he wins, he only recieves 20.000 coins , 2 times his bank.

    That's the way I understood it, too, Lucky.

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