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  31-May-12, 23:59   #1
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Joined: May '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 54 (M)
Posts: 11
i have played several poker sites and most seem okay, but every time i play 888 i get rivered (when in front) in the most important hands. this happens vitually all the time. i have now refused to put any more money in my account with them because of this. i now play the freerolls for less serious poker, and guess what!? it still happens. anyone else experience this? would like to hear

  1-Jun-12, 02:10   #2

Joined: Mar '12
Location: Netherlands
Age: 43 (M)
Posts: 587
i quited playing on 888... they offer always casinogames and that means its a casino..

i do not trust casino's....i advise u to not trust them either...they promise the most safe and honest bla,bla,blaa...

like our casino here in holland which is goverment regulated,,(owned by the government)

and guess what?? they have been caught on camera..

here's the whole story...

Holland casino claim that they try and do all they can to avoid gambling addiction..in there campaigns..on TV..

a couple a years ago..they got caught ,because they had a regular customer who lost over 21 million euro...they have never ever asked him or warned him for addiction...

on the contrary..they used to call him on his cellphone to come and play,,that the casino was full and cozy...the place to be tonight...get over here , we miss you so much ,bla,bla,bla...

at the end this man got caught ,because the 21 million ,was not his own money ,,but from the company he worked for ,,he managed to steel this amount of cash in 3-4 years from his employer..

when he got caught ,they wanted to know where had all the money gone???( police)

he admitted that he spend it all at Holland Casino's and that's where they got unmasked..

since that case ,,they claim to be checked most strict and that this would not occure anymore..

well,,for me : i don't believe a word they say ,now and in the future...

Casinogames are based on the fact that the player is always a certain percentage behind on the house...as most know, and if they can lower your percentage its only better for them...

again do not trust casino's,,there the Evil

good luck at poker..hope ull run good again soon. Smile

  1-Jun-12, 04:19   #3

Joined: May '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 54 (M)
Posts: 11
thank you for your reply uhhcallmi. i don't play for cash on that site anymore just freerolls. just ended one 10 minutes ago, same thjng again . top 120 get paid, sitting about 140 of 160, stack getting low, had pocket aces, got called by k 7 off suit and he hit two sevens, turn and river. got to laugh. thanks again, heres hoping your lucks better than mine

  1-Jun-12, 12:15   #4
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 52 (M)
Posts: 4752
Beejayes.....I find this happens all over the place, its not just 888, who I find to be one of the more reliable sites for apparent equity of play. Pokerstars is usually the one where, particularly if you are the small stack, a bigger stack coming all in or reraisng with a rubbish hand will beat anything. Not always mind, but just a feeling and therefore play gets adjusted accordingly (at times)

  1-Jun-12, 15:46   #5
Joined: Apr '11
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 6668
Simply move to another poker platform, the offer is so wide and you have so many options mate Blink

There is no reason t continue to deposit on a poker platform where you just lose money.

  1-Jun-12, 16:37   #6
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 39 (F)
Posts: 9792
No matter what the downswing can last too long, sometimes way too long Smile
You can join another site but nothing guarantees you that the same thing wont happen again.
gl in your next move

  2-Jun-12, 00:58   #7
Joined: Jan '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 25 (M)
Posts: 11

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