What I've learn't about online poker software

LooneyTunez

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Isn't there a HUGE set of variables that would make it virtually impossible to rig poker software...the HUMAN VARIABLES...?!

I'm not a programmer, but it would seem to me that no matter how you design the software, there's no possible way to predict how ANY of the players at a given table are going to play what they are dealt.
 

Kenny Lingus

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Well its obvious you have only heard about it and not read about it.

It had nothing to do with a faulty RNG.

I have said nothing about a faulty RNG. You don't need to manipulate the RNG to cheat in the manner I suggested, and certainly not in general, as they (Absolute & Ultimate Bet) have proven.

So what is your point, anyway?
 

AussieGambler21

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I have said nothing about a faulty RNG. You don't need to manipulate the RNG to cheat in the manner I suggested, and certainly not in general, as they (Absolute & Ultimate Bet) have proven.

So what is your point, anyway?


I dont think anyone is saying that all poker sites are completely legitimate but there are ones out there that are like PokerStars, Ladbrokes, 32RedPoker etc etc etc I mean isn't this what CasinoMeister is all about? Sorting the legitimate sites from the illegitimate ones?

To say that all poker sites are legitimate sites would be like saying that all businesses in this world are legal however we know if a business is fair and legitimate by looking at its structure and different parts and how they act/behave. The same applies to poker sites like everything else in this world.

Yes i agree that an online poker game is vastly different to a live one only in the fact that it is computer generated with a different playing atomsphere but that is not to say that the known legitimate sites are rigged its just that you have to adjust to the new playing style.

The other aspect is human psychology.....there seems to be two types of poker players, firstly the one who when loses thinks where did i potentially go wrong with this hand and try and fix the mistake for next time.

The second type of poker player however cant possibly believe they actually lost for whatever reason so instead of blaming themselves for the lose or just bad luck for it they decide to blame anyone and everyone including automatically jumping to the conclusion that the site is rigged. These are generally the same people who when they play live poker abuse the player that knocked them out and blame them because their "donkey" play knocked them out so it couldn't possible be their fault either. The only difference is this sort of player finds it much easier to blame the poker site then an actual brick and mortar casino.
 
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