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rng really makes it hard to not be paranoid about software deciding wh
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/Sep/2013

river after river after river

By: allforeli @ 08:54 (EDT) / 73 / Comment ( 0 )

it cannot possibly be random .....dont even know why im writing this because it wont be seen by anyone that site dont want to see it.....nothing to do with skill good or bad play .good or bad cards because its blatant that software controls everything from stack size to the good old magic on the river.....yes all who play poker should expect bad beats but play internet poker and so called rng will blow your mind....and this little rant will do nothing only draw out stupid reppetative abbreviated nonsensical garbage like it all levels out over time or its variance or just unlucky...its not random ,not everyone can win (no matter how good your cards or odds of winning would be if you could see cards dealt from top of deck ).....sick of it

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