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today in the 1pm Pso, i am chipleader at my table the entire game (and it was actually a pretty tight skilled table for once)  .  I had roughly 5,600 chips with just over 500 people left.  I get AK suited in hearts and raise,   i am reraised to 2000 by the player right behind me (he is all in)....so the new guy who just got moved to the table by the name of VISCOUS24/7 this hand has more chips than me....roughly12000, he calls (of course, obviously hes been donking and being rewarded)....flop comes A 86....i bet out my remaining 3000 chips or so...
  well of course this donk VISCOUS24/7 calls....he shows A2 off ...i have him crushed for a huge pot....and without a doubt the river is a damn 2.  It is so obvious that pokerstars just rewards the big stacks whenever they are in a pot. It's sickening to think that they call this Poker School when they let this crap happen consistently. Anybody who saw my last post will probably laugh because I just talked about how Pstars consistently beats me when i am ahead.  I actually stopped playing here for a whole year because it was getting me so pissed....and i am thinking of just completely deleting this crap off my computer. This site is so obviously rigged....   what a joke to the real players out there.  I will never deposit a dime here.
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