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/Feb/2011

pker Stars

By: tug 158 @ 20:36 (EST) / 30 / Comment ( 1 )
Having just started to play on line again i was told that poker stars was the best place to play, i have played quiet a few games of differant types of poker over the last few weeks mostly in the free roll games, I have found that the games are almost impossible to play as even if you have  a cat 1hand some one will allways call you with a non hand like 8 3 off and hit if you watch the hands being played and won the person going heads up with the worse hand allways wins????  i have even gone through your poker school and replayed to no avail. i have been playing poker for a number of years and have won some big events and have had a lot of success both at the cash table and at tourneys . i think that poker stars is unrealistic, or do you have differant soft ware for the free roll games and the cash games. I am reluctant to invest any monie in your system as i think it is unlike any poker i have played
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