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Posted by LADY_AWE (VIP) 21 Dec 2016 2:10pm

I prefer to never join an "invite only" table if at all possible. I feel like it is a very uppity concept that implies I-am-better-than-you. Occasionally it is necessary for a short-term need like catching a challenger to your table and avoiding others. But other than a one-time scenario like that, I don't want to join nor receive "special" invites.

So for those of you who only set such tables, what exactly is the purpose, if I may ask?

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Posted by Crackerjacky3 10 Jul 2018 12:04pm

I create invite only tables for specific people that are already informed that we are going to play a game with each other. I have notice that people have the invite only tab checked and yet invite everyone to a private table which does not work. I want to play them if they are so mixed up.

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