No shortage of "perspective" here... goodness people.
pmm711 (paul) prefaced his findings on players with 150 averages.
That is a very specific subset of those who play WGT... it is NOT reflective of ALL mobile players, it is NOT reflective of those who play on both platforms, and it is simply observations he wanted to share about the different type experience these players have on WGT.
Are his numbers exact... hard to say, but I did not read them as being exact figures but reflecting an observation of a very specific type of player he encounters in lower stakes coin rooms.
I have actually encountered people in the mobile coin rooms that have read post I wrote in the forums. I started out on mobile, but I was drawn to the forums because I wanted to figure out how people were able to score so crazy low scores in this game. The forum is a huge resource for helping players advance. Those who don't miss out on a lot of helpful tips.
Mythanatos (Sid) reply was possibly a little harsh, but he was also speaking of an entirely different segment of the mobile players - the elite coin room specialist who have built up hundreds of millions or billions of coins. Many of those players have extensive experience on both platforms.
As I see it, both players are referencing different aspects of the game. Paul's numbers will not be reflective anymore of the players Sid encounters as Sid's observations of Bellagio are going to be reflective of the players Paul was directly referencing. Has he encountered those players? Yes, but he doesn't do so regularly anymore because playing low stakes would be wasting valuable ball hits for coins he doesn't need.
The game is very diverse so it is very challenging to find any statement that will ever fully encapsulate all types of players, except... people who are drawn to WGT are people who enjoy golfing games. That may be all you find in common with all of them. Every thing else could possibly be up to debate.
No need to be overly critical of one another.
I have noticed from a couple LIVE streaming events by WGT, more high profile, and even professional level players are interacting on WGT... We might all want to be cognizant of the image or approachability we present in our public discourse. Just a thought!