Joined: Mar '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 37 (M)
Bodog has made full hand histories available to its poker players. In a move described by the operator as an attempt to tackle collusion, players will receive hole-card details for the entire table for all hands requested, included opponents’ folded hands. But will not be available until 24 hours after being played. No limit to the number of hands which players can request within that time period.(up to 31 days old)
Nice move IMO, I don't think I have ever played on Bodog, but I like all they do to try prevent cheating.
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 40 (F)
Doesnt hurt to be happy, does it? I have my rare moments of being grumpy, mad or angry but at that point im nowhere near a computer the most times. I do things that relax me to overpass that and being in front of a pc isnt one of them.
Joined: May '09
Age: 30 (M)
Posted by DaCapo71: I read it yesterday and its verry easy for the players with tracking software to analyse their opponents yet. And i think this is not the right way of online poker. I only accept personal notes.
but who will you analyse? all players are anonymous and given a number which is valid only for that session. so analysing opponents is kinda pointless here. in fact with anonymous tables they have made impossible for people to use tracking software
Joined: May '08
Age: 32 (M)
not sure if this is any good, probably more better than worse since anything that is given for free is great, but i guess i would be a lot happier if they offered a dollar or two, or at least a freeroll of bigger prizepool than usual. at least i am not very interested in checking my hand history- not interested i seeing my losses