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Old Schooler: Why are micro players now a target - Mon Nov 19, 2012, 04:44 AM
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I have played at stars and many other site's as a tournement player and it seem's in the last few months that those of us who have small accounts and do not deposit but are grinding out in the micro tourneys in the hope of making a few bucks are now a target for removal by stars and other sites using the generators they are. I can accept losing a % of big hands, the math says that happens, what i cannot accept is losing them for over 5 weeks now. I am happy for any of the pro's at stars or any other site to come sit in my seat and prove to me that it is random and that they can win from my seat and not the fluffy well paid seats they sit in. Online poker has now reduced the game to a farce. PSO games used to be about learning, how can you learn when the push to go all in with any 2 cards is the norm. Or is it that Stars wants PSO players to learn how to dodge those foolish plays. If so then stop paying out to those foolish plays with your generators.
Today I ask someone at stars to tell me why should i continue to play on there site as there is no longer any return for a tight aggressive player there. we are just a target to be removed. All because "we dont deposit"
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Kinkykiwi
 
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Mon Nov 19, 2012, 04:54 AM
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Originally Posted by kinkykiwi View Post
Online poker has now reduced the game to a farce. PSO games used to be about learning, how can you learn when the push to go all in with any 2 cards is the norm. Or is it that Stars wants PSO players to learn how to dodge those foolish plays. If so then stop paying out to those foolish plays with your generators.
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