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care to comment - Sun Mar 10, 2013, 02:33 AM
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According to someone at PokerStars support , all players on PS win and lose '' exactly according to the correct poker maths '' .

Bit of an odd statement don't you think .
 
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Sun Mar 10, 2013, 05:47 AM
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Originally Posted by frasierbeams View Post
According to someone at PokerStars support , all players on PS win and lose '' exactly according to the correct poker maths '' .

Bit of an odd statement don't you think .
I haven't seen the comment in question but my assumption is that they were reassuring players that the Random Number Generation (RNG) and card distribution on the PokerStars client is fair to all players. Please see the following:


The certificate of trustworthiness can be found here:


We have seen many 'rigged' posts in the forum from time to time, none with any substance or valid proof.

PokerStars is one of the biggest and must trusted sites to play Poker on, ask any serious online grinder.

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