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Unibet poker is a thief!!!

Discussion in 'Poker Complaints' started by igli1000, Jul 5, 2007.

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    Jul 5, 2007
  1. igli1000

    igli1000 Dormant account

    Occupation:
    student
    Location:
    Milano
    Good evening to all. I would like to explain my embarassing situation that has made me have some doubts about the credibility of this poker room and in particular about the presence at tables of false players (software players) that already know the cards that will come out.
    I want to explain:
    I have 13$ at a 0.20/0.40$ nolimit table of 10 people.
    I receive QQ. A person 4 seats before me raises 2$, the one before me calls 2$ and I raise all-in for 13$.
    The first one calls and the second too.
    Flop: Qd5c2d......so for me very good, almost won.
    The first player bets 12$!!!! and the second one calls...
    Turn: 10s
    So there is no possibility for me to lose till now.
    The first player bets all-in for 30$!!!
    The second calls...
    Now listen, please:
    River:Jc

    Can you see how I can lose this hand without a card higher than Q, no possible flush...
    The first shows JJ....normal,
    THE SECOND WINS WITH 8h9s!!!

    Now, please, I think that there are many people here who can play poker quite well; could you read again the hand knowing the cards and tell me how it is possible that the winner has played in this way???
    I'm not so confident about the correctness of the game...
     
  2. Jul 5, 2007
  3. winbig

    winbig Keep winning this amount. webby PABnononaccred

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    Typical play for .20/.40

    Nothing unfair about it...just stupid donk play.
     
  4. Jan 29, 2011
  5. Anonymousest

    Anonymousest Dormant account

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    Reghin/Romania
    I have played on Unibet too and I can tell you for sure that the way cards are dealt is definitely not random. Too many 2 pairs, three of a kind, flush straight and so on ... and too many of them at the same time. I would agree to you that they're thieves. But then, again, that's what this whole world is made of. There's a huge difference in how cards are dealt in freerolls and how they are dealt in cash games. In freerolls it's normal, some make a pair some make 2, rarely someone makes a straight or flush. In cash games every round has a straight, a flush, a full house and if possible a straightflush too. I don't believe in that many coincidences. I just played at them and I was wondering if others also believed that they are thieves, so I've found your message. It's also a good piece of info for those who want to play there: DON'T !
     
  6. Jan 29, 2011
  7. rainmaker

    rainmaker I'm not a penguin CAG webmeister

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    Another thing is, why does casinos offer some crazy bonuses for poker play? I use Betsson at the moment, and one bonus available in my account is:

    "Make your first deposit to Betsson Euro Tables and we`ll match your first deposit with 500% up to €5000"

    At the casino, you will get a 100% bonus up to € 100.

    I think the whole online-poker thing is a bit suspicious. I only play poker in "real life", not online.

    But it is not fair to call Unibet a thief, only because you lost a hand.
     
  8. Jan 29, 2011
  9. Balky

    Balky Senior Member

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    Croatia
    This thread was 4 years old...
    The playing patterns on the microlevel tables however havent changed much.
    In the long run those players will definitely lose. Thank god there are still enough of them at the tables, because on one such suckout a solid player will achieve several full stacks won.

    B.
     
  10. Jan 29, 2011
  11. rainmaker

    rainmaker I'm not a penguin CAG webmeister

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    4 years, I did not see that :) crazy.

    But, im just wondering. Why is poker so profitable for casinos? I don`t play poker online, and can`t understand why it is so profitable to arrange poker games between players
     
  12. Jan 30, 2011
  13. Rick Deckard

    Rick Deckard Experienced Member

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    Location:
    UK

    I'm no expert but I don't see any pokery trickery here. Just players trying out thier luck or trying to call your bluff and eventually beating your hand fair and square. Like the players in your question I also play poker this way too. As Balky say's, it's good to have these type of players as they will definitely lose in the long run. :what:

    Qd Jc 10s 9s 8h Straight

    A Straight beats 3-of-a-kind Q Q Q

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