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Make sure that your system meets minimum requirement for playing it. Game may freeze due to less available hard disk, low capacity RAM and processor. So I would suggest you to follow these simple tips to avoid your games from freezing:-
- Disinfect your system using some reliable antivirus program.
- Upgrade hardware (RAM, CPU, graphics card, etc.)
- Uninstall unnecessary programs (Games, crapware, toolbars, etc.)
- Click Start> 'Run' Type msconfig > Enter > Start Up. Uncheck the boxes for the programs that you think you may not use often.
- Clean all the junk files, registry errors and all the cache (Must use reliable program like I always use RegInOut for it.)
A rebuy is when you play in a tournamentand you've lost all of you chip and you want to buy another entrance so you cankeep on playing. The rebuy policy changes from each and every tournament an youshould find out before you're entering a tournament, if there is an option of arebuy and how many rebuy one player can do, and how many chips you get from arebuy.
A bounty tournament is just like anyother regular tournament but in bounty you get bonus on every player you bustout of the game (wins an all-in of his).At the start of the tournament everyplayer is required to pay a certain amount of money, and a certain percentageof the prize pool is save for every player "bounty", when a player loses theperson who busted him out will take the money from his bounty.
A seat out in a poker tournament meanthat a player attending the tournament is absent for a little while but stillin the tournament, the blind and the antes keep on rising and the game isrunning normally, of course the more time you'll be absent the more moneyyou'll lose and there are players who speed up the game intentionally whenanother player is seated out in order to still the blind and antes
In a cash game a player may freely buy inor cash out between hands however it is normally prohibited for a player toremove of his chips from the table. For example if a player buys in for $100,then wins $100 the player may not remove the original $100 buy-in whileremaining seated. He would have to forfeit his seat, possibly wait to rejointhe game, and buy in again for $100.In tournament however the method is alittle different. One difference between tournaments and cash games is that theblind/ante structure of tournaments increases periodically over the course ofthe tournament, whereas the blind/ante structure of cash games remainsconstant. Another difference between the tournaments and cash games is that atournament sticks with a predetermined style of poker, and cash game players,depending on the house rules may have the option of playing other types of cardgames. I find the cash games much more suitablefor me to take advantage of my skills as a poker player while on tournamentthere are more strict rules and restrains that can interfere with your game.
All you do is turn it off, got to the ds looking icon, then you click the third one and click clock, not alarm and put it as 23:59 and the date as two days before.Then you turn it back on, go to Nintendogs, and you pet your dogs for atleast 1 minute and until it is at the 12, you can go to the tournament.And if you ever share the Ds, ASK IF THEY HAVE USED IT.