P3 Leader Board – DEC 23

P3 On Demand

A Community Lounge Game

DECEMBER 1 – 31

$1.10 buy in

12/22
ACR Name
Scored In
Points
1TheVioletMystery10622
2Hunterin59610
3angela8310600
4WetDickHarry7507
5DankHugh4374
6H4A3364
7VadimKovin3323
8kurtaseflush6307
9StephenMark4294
10Tribegolf2272
11Funko15268
12Pokerphil884263
13NAVANDA4229
14ThaNak3214
15marcmarker2160
16Coadsyoda1144
17Outlaw680112132
18Vicechic1126
19Cubs13212124
20Noodeloo1121
21gutshot502120
22nudist342120
23LUISPOKER19661100
24Goomlah296
25neilhibird190
26Endboss lvl 1177
27WOODY227276
28MrSota170
29Wyoguy23160
30EastCoastAces155
31FordC150
32DarwiNKlassiK140
33OVERTOP69140
342outs2win136
35MHM71122136
36downunder66122
37Grinder Girl122
38kbruce337122
39madjack64122
40corvetteracer120

Violet's "P3 Club" is a $1.10 On Demand NLH. This game is played at random during streams whenever the community calls for it!

Game is found on ACR under:
Sit&Go -> Private/OnDemand

For November - winner of each P3 game played, can claim an ACR patch in stream!

P3 Leader Board Prizes

First: $10.00 ACR Cash
Second: $5.00 ACR Cash
Third: $2.50 ACR Cash

PLEASE NOTE: You WILL need to be a member of Violet's discord to claim any prizes.

How to Qualify for Points

Violet uses a "points" x "players" system. Play in the game and be in the top 27 to get your BASE game points.

Based on YOUR FINISH PLACE, below are the BASE points you receive for playing in each of the games.

1 -> 11 ||  2 -> 10 ||  3 -> 9 ||  4 -> 8 ||  5 -> 7 ||  6 -> 6 ||  7 -> 5 ||  8 -> 4 ||  9 -> 3 ||  10-18 -> 2 ||  19-27 -> 1 

Base Points x # Players = TOTAL POINTS

example:
player A finishes in 8th place and there were 105 players
8 -> 4pts x 105 = 420pts

player B finishes 2nd place and there were 75 players
2 -> 10pts x 75 = 750pts

player C finishes 15th place and there were 120 players
15 -> 2pts x 120 = 240pts

The more that play, the bigger your points!  You will not receive any BASE points if you placed beyond 27th.

*NOTE: # of Players is not the same as Entrants.  We use the actual number of players in the game, not the number of bullets fired.