I been playing tournament poker for 30 years, saying that I know how it is run and what's expected. I started my grind on table 11 seat 8, this reentry tournament got 5 new players at the break, now I been grinding my seat down for 2 hours fired an extra bullet and grinded some more. The seat started playing 2 hours in right before the break. I came back from break and I had been moved to 6 for no other reason than it's what the boss said. The person who got seat 8 had originally told me he got seat 6 which is where I was told to move. You don't move someone because your favorite players show up just saying. Bad direction and borderline cheating. I will never play here again. There was no table break there was not uneven hands. I was just told to move. And of course my seat was dead with high blinds. Unprofessional to say the least.
Each re-entry makes you a new player in the tournament. You don't get to go back to the same seat you had. In fact, TDA rules specifically forbid this. Seating must be reandom and correct; that's what we do. Cudjo, our TD, made the correct ruling in the best interest of the game and we stand by it.
With that said, we'd still like to make it up to you. If you'll email email@example.com we have a way to say we're sorry and make it up you. Sorry for the trouble sir.
~ Ross Carroll