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Death of a Forum - Mon Apr 23, 2012, 01:47 AM
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Since: Jul 2010
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Although there's no hand involved, I think this qualifies as a bad beat. There was a time when I logged on to the forum on a Sunday, and had several pages of interesting posts to read.

Today I logged on and had barely a page of reading, and that was of little value... Same posts questioning the RNG, the bad beats about aces, etc. Where have all those posters gone??

Pokerstars, I know you're doing your best, but the forum is dying a slow and painful death. I appeal to all those peeps who used to make this place interesting, please come back!! I miss you, even if no one else does!!

 
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Mon Apr 23, 2012, 08:22 AM
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Since: Aug 2010
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with the mods here continuously handing out infractions because someone said something about the PSO or question mods actions or the worst of all... hurt somebodies wittle bitty feelin's what was to happen.

they voiced their opinion about this treatment of us but were silenced again, posts deleted, infraction handed out yet again.

people are pulling away from here because of these things and i don't blame them. we are exploring new areas to converge and speak to one another freely as all humans should be able to.

but alas here we are stuck in this PokerPre-SchoolOnline to have our hands slapped, voice silenced and infraction handed out like an after lunch snack (teacher approved of course)

i'm sorry but poker is an adult game. you need to be 18 at least to be playing and therefore should be that to be here. So why are we being treated like little children? we should be allowed to tell someone they're wrong, expose a player with crooked intentions and rightfully speak our minds about the ill direction and lack of respect and common sense/decency that we deserve as adults from the powers that control this forum.

unfortunately even if they changed their ways now half the people gone wouldn't know about it and therefore never come back here and that number grows every week as more infractions are handed out and dissenting posts get deleted.

 
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Mon Apr 23, 2012, 09:38 AM
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Originally Posted by joy7108 View Post
Although there's no hand involved, I think this qualifies as a bad beat. There was a time when I logged on to the forum on a Sunday, and had several pages of interesting posts to read.

Today I logged on and had barely a page of reading, and that was of little value... Same posts questioning the RNG, the bad beats about aces, etc. Where have all those posters gone??

Pokerstars, I know you're doing your best, but the forum is dying a slow and painful death. I appeal to all those peeps who used to make this place interesting, please come back!! I miss you, even if no one else does!!

I agree with you 1000%.
 

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