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DOES POKERSTARS CHEAT??????

/Mar/2011

DOES POKERSTARS CHEAT???

By: tunisiz @ 00:26 (EDT) / 9334 / Comment ( 6 )
ITS A FAIR QUESTION TO ASK RIGHT?  I'M NOT JUST SAYING IT BECAUSE I'M UNEXPERIENCED AND DON'T WIN AS OFTEN.....I DEFINETLY HAVE A LOT TO LEARN.....

BUT LETS LOOK AT A FEW IDEAS

Internet discussion forums are rife with allegations of non-random card dealing, possibly to favor house-employed players or "bots" (poker-playing software disguised as a human opponent), possibly to give multiple players good hands thus increasing the bets and the rake, or simply to prevent new players from losing so quickly that they become discouraged. However, there is no way to prove such claims(there is always an excuse).

Others argue that the rake is sufficiently large that such abuses would be unnecessary and foolish. Any attempt to manipulative dealing would run a significant risk of third party detection due to increasingly sophisticated tracking software that could be used to detect any number of unusual patterns
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