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/Nov/2015

My button is jamming (not an innuendo)

By: kellyh5291 @ 09:55 (EST) / 129 / Comment ( 2 )

So sometimes when I'm playing on iPad I have noticed that when trying to raise, call, check or fold it takes a while to even do what it is I want doing. Sometimes it's really important to throw in a raise as quick as possible but as soon as I hit call for instance it can take my whole time bank trying to call. I don't think it's a disconnecting issue as I've checked the strength of my internet many times and it does call it at the very end. 

Does anyone else notice this? It's happened a few times on nice hands and not so good hands. You would say ahh it evens it's self out but if you end up losing a big pot due to this then it gets pretty annoyin. Not good. Bad terrible hand I'm happy to throw away but never my chips (some may dispute this).

 

 

 

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