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/Jan/2013

Pokerstars isn't rigged

By: markegg @ 08:54 (EST) / 96 / Comment ( 0 )

Just certain players make the ft again and again and again,

 

 

 

Watch the last two sunday million FT's and see what rigged looks like

here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFT02hxvk-w

and here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TzjqNn_1ps

 

Ever see a non card hit? ohhh, I think there was one! a 2c! woot woot - in ft this is ridonkulous.

Absolutely no randomness in the cards, you can see the deck pulls the cards to make monsters....even in HU's! doh!

And most of your oppo is now using tableninja - thanks per Acoimbra and his little demo vid in which he does actually show that he's using it.

here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjcBtXLg7J8

so between the rigged cards and players using software that isn't really pokering, good luck out there. It's a wacky world at pokerstars.

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