Seen it numerous times where the software slows slightly looking for a correct card to give the winning hand or chip leader the win and this can leave you either going out or a very small stack.
Playing on line poker is now taking on the player and the software.
You may hit the flop with two pair but by the time the river appears your good hand of two pair is now engulfed by a higher winning hand and you have except the play.
I watched and played on a table with on line poker and thought to myself how does good hands appear most of the time.
Took a pack of cards and dealt out hands for nine players and six and hardly do you see a flush, run a three of a kind, pairs and two pairs along with high card.
of course the people who run these sites look up and say cards are random, of course they are random, they are random to the players on that table and the software has your name earmarked for winning or loosing, which depends on your bankroll.
If you have nothing in your account and try and play on free roll money, you will struggle to win, if you have a good figure in your account with three figures after the decimal point, the software will look after your position, you will not all the time but you may have an edge that the punter who has nothing.
You may say I am typing a load of rubbish but I think I am not far from the truth.
I new a person whose account was very stable with funds and he won every so often, I have seen this for myself.
I also tried this with money in my account and manage to win not a lot but a fair slice.
On line poker is not a fair game, you just remember you are playing an extra player which is the software and with everything computerised, your name could have a red, amber or green light to your name for winning or loosing.
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users