Pure Poker achievement in Pure Hold'em

Pure Poker

Reach level 100

Pure Poker0
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How to unlock the Pure Poker achievement

  • StevesTurnStevesTurn1,012,656
    04 Sep 2015 26 Oct 2015
    11 3 37
    Not a solution - just a warning. This achievement will take over 10,000 hours of boosting. You can rubber band it, but that's still a ton of boosting in a game that crashes every few hours.

    Each level costs 10% more experience than the total of all previous levels combined. That means going from 99 to 100 will take over 100x more experience than going from 49 to 50.

    You can go to a private table, invite the AI (go to invite, hit left to switch from friends to AI) and play 1:1, with the A button under a rubber band. That both check/calls and rebuys when you lose. Doing this, level 49 to 50 takes about 10 hours. Just the last level, 99 to 100, will take well over 1,000 hours.

    I emailed support@ripstone.com for clarification, and asked if they would consider changing this or offering experience boosts. Their response is below. Email them yourself if you want them to know how many people want this changed.

    You're quite right - the amount of experience needed to go up each level increases by 10%. Although it may be difficult to complete, it's not impossible. That being said, you've made some excellent suggestions which I'll certainly pass along to the development team for further consideration.

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    TendedFatbackTHIS IS one achievement ill go for because i do these stupid achievements that take to long like completing nba 2k15 collections over 350 hours
    Posted by TendedFatback on 13 Jun 17 at 11:32
    SeitzzCan anyone explain this afk method more? I think I might be missing something. I was trying to just use the method on an alt account, but holding down a and rubberbanding up doesn't all in everytime which is what I'm assuming it should do
    Posted by Seitzz on 07 Feb 19 at 02:39
    assassinDMG@Seitzz I'm having the same trouble with that, and i'm using two rubber bands, one for pulling the left stick up and the other for the A button. The other solution says "slightly pressed", but for me it either gets firmly pressed or not pressed at all, and instead of going all in I check or call and end up losing the hand (and a shit load of money too).
    Posted by assassinDMG on 03 Mar 19 at 09:37
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  • MrCoolness3MrCoolness3886,104
    16 May 2017 27 May 2017 29 May 2017
    5 0 3
    This will be a very long grind. It took me over 2,200 hours or 97days to complete. Played approximately 360,000 hands of poker.

    It takes a total of 137,434,439 XP to reach level 100.

    Best known method:

    Non Turbo:
    You will need to rubber band your controller.. so that the left stick is in the up position cn_LSu as well as the cn_A button being slightly pressed (needs to go all in first then confirm). The goal is to go all in as much as possible. The AI will usually fold unless they have a hand. (it may however take a few attempts in order to get it your controller rubber banded were it works)

    Table setup:
    cn_LSr over to Private Table
    I would recommend playing on the Jacks Table (but Queens, Kings, etc would work as well)
    cn_RB on a seat and select one of the AI with cn_A
    start the game

    Two Options for opponents: The Choice is yours

    Playing against 1 opponent will be slightly faster and will gain you 200xp per winning hand. (you will most likely play more hands for roughly the same amount of time)

    Playing against 2 opponents will be a little slower and will gain you 600xp per winning hand. (you most likely play less hands for roughly the same amount of time)

    (You do not get any more exp for any additional opponents. So I wouldn't bother having any more then 2 as it will be a wast of time.)

    When you are done:
    ***Whenever you boost you should always remember to leave the table and let the game add the experience you gained to your total amount. ***

    (It is unknown and not recommended to just leave the table or close the program without having your experience added up as you might lose any experience you gained!)

    To view your rank/level:
    The rank/level is shown right after your gamertag in the upper right corner on the home screen.

    If you want to view the experience you currently have and how much need to rank up. You must play a complete hand on a open or private table Jack's or higher then leave the table. You should be shown the experience screen which will show you your total experience, current level & how much experience remaining to the next level.

    *You will need to play on the Jacks table or higher to earn any experience!
    *You only gain exp by winning hands.
    *According to Oriole2682 you lose about 25K in chips every million XP meaning you need about 3.5M chips to do this. (against 1 opponent)

    Also if you need any chips I would recommend Uber Silk Road Solution:
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    Please leave a comment or message me if there is anything I can improve on or if you need additional help.
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    Strategy OneGot my Hori controller in, was not a turbo.... BUT after messing around with the rubberband and DIME I was able to get it to keep going all in.... Felt like this controller was definitely easier to set-up that the Xbox One controller, and the cord is much longer than the usb I had.
    Posted by Strategy One on 30 May 17 at 00:51
    assassinDMGI'm having a hard time rubber banding my controller so that i go all in all the time... the A button either gets pressed firmly or not pressed at all, never "slightly" to allow going all in before calling.
    Posted by assassinDMG on 03 Mar 19 at 09:15
    MrCoolness3ummm.. I am not sure but maybe try using a small coin or something under the rubber band pressing down on the A button. It has been a long time since I have done it.
    Posted by MrCoolness3 on 04 Mar 19 at 07:09
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