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POKER STARS RIGGED GAMING

/Jan/2011

POKER STARS RIGGED GAMING

By: karmawun @ 15:23 (EST) / 385 / Comment ( 3 )

Anyone that has played here at pokerstars also known as b****stars knows that the amount of three, two, and one outers on their tables are ridiculous. Hence there is only one conclusion to that their gaming system purposely sets up hands to intice betting. Anyone that has played enough live poker understands what i am saying. However, on a more positive note there is a decent poker site out their to play on its called ABSOLUTE POKER, on top of all the regular games they also have all casino games as well. the only downfall is that the amount of players in the sit and gos are low, however with new members that will change i believe. in addition to the 150% bonus for first time deposits, you get referral money  for bringing in other players and the other players that use the referral get cash as well, so use karmawun and we both get paid when you sign up.

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