Does anyone find the DK GPPs appealing that are literally paying 2% or less to first place? I understand people don’t like everything to be top heavy, but does DK understand the concept of a MIDDLE GROUND whatsoever? Sadly, this is a serious question. They honestly seem to think in extreme terms only and offer tournaments now that are either super top heavy (over 20% to first place) or very top thin (2% or less to first).
5-10% to first place is great too DK. I am really sick of this. The ridiculousness has culminated in the NBA $4 GPP for Tuesday night. Let’s examine this GPP more closely.
-60k total prize pool
-1k to first place, or 1.67% to first place
-Even more ridiculous than the first place payout, the top 17-28% of the field gets only a 50% ROI!. So it’s like an awful double up where you have to beat out way more than half the field to min cash, but instead of doubling your money, you only get half of that! I can’t think of anything more ridiculous. Not only is there a really thin payout up top now, but a really thin payout on the bottom as well. Basically, spend $4 to get $6 back if you can’t crack the top 17%, and if you hit first place you only get 1.67% of the total prize pool.
To me personally, this is literally the worst of both worlds. I honestly can’t understand who they think this is appealing to. If both the minimum and maximum cashes suck now, does anyone find this appealing? Again, serious question.
If your only contribution to this thread is going to be “If you don’t like, it play on another site”, please don’t waste everyone’s time or even bother responding. I can’t think of a more tired and canned response. If you like this new payout that DK is offering on a regular basis, I’m open to hearing your reasons why. But if you hate it like I do, please chime in as well, as I am trying to be proactive and get them to change things in a way that the majority of players actually find appealing.
I would really like to get things changed back to a more reasonable payout. At the very least, let’s make a minimum cash worth double your money, and a maximum cash worth at least 5% of the total prize pool.