The rules of a tournament are straightforward - Deepstash

The rules of a tournament are straightforward

  • You must start at the bottom to have a shot at the top.
  • You must be willing to work long and hard at substandard wages. In order to advance in the tournament, you must prove yourself not merely above average but spectacular.
  • Once you come to the sad realization that you will never make it to the top, you will quit the tournament.

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