Kick for inactivity while in a poker is way too quick

Hopelightfun

Member

If the time was extened it wouldnt make the user experince for the other players worse.

Right now the time it takes to be kicked for inactivity in a poker is way too short.
As the in game play time already causes people to play in good time.

Last edited by Hopelightfun (11 Apr 2019 08:41)

Charlie Mac

Member

The best part is when you get kicked waiting for a game to start simply because your not chatting or doing stupid emotes. I mean, whats that inactivity kick all about anyway? What bussiness is it of yours if im standing around waiting for chips and not doing anything else because im broke or just waiting ? Its stupid and pointless.


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DL_Jared

Administrator

Charlie Mac wrote

The best part is when you get kicked waiting for a game to start simply because your not chatting or doing stupid emotes. I mean, whats that inactivity kick all about anyway? What bussiness is it of yours if im standing around waiting for chips and not doing anything else because im broke or just waiting ? Its stupid and pointless.

Some form of general inactivity timer is required so rooms don't gradually fill up with totally inactive players that never get kicked. It also encourages a more active and social presence in the casino.

As far as the poker inactivity timer, it should be about 5 minutes from your last input - which we think is a pretty reasonable time and usually means a couple hands in game even with a full table. Again, we want play to continue smoothly if a player stops responding, instead of them running out the timer every time their turn comes around, and there is a warning that comes before the kick as well.

Charlie Mac

Member

While the points you listed are valid there is absolutely no reason i should be getting kicked out of my own personal escape.


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perfectroll

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