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  9-Jul-13, 16:11   #1
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Joined: Jul '10
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 169
Hey all, been a while since I posted here. I (stupidly) went back to full tilt poker on reopening. Any feedback on the following?

Full Tilt Poker Game #32949975968: Table Supercharger (6 max) - NL Hold'em - $0.25/$0.50 - 12:06:44 ET - 2013/07/09
Seats: 6
Seat 1: gunjlema ($20.25)
Seat 2: The Bottman ($20.55)
Seat 3: KenooG ($50)
Seat 4: Gaban14094 ($29.25)
Seat 5: andremgremio ($50)
Seat 6: BazookaDonkey ($53.85)
The Bottman posts the small blind of $0.25
KenooG posts the big blind of $0.50
The button is in seat #1
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to gunjlema [Kh Ad]
Gaban14094 has 8 seconds left to act
Gaban14094 raises to $29.25, and is all in
andremgremio folds
BazookaDonkey folds
gunjlema calls $20.25, and is all in
The Bottman calls $20.30, and is all in
KenooG folds
Gaban14094 shows [4s 5c]
gunjlema shows [Kh Ad]
The Bottman shows [Td 4d]
Uncalled bet of $8.70 returned to Gaban14094
*** FLOP *** [6h 5d Jd] (Total Pot: $61.85, 3 Players, 2 All-In)
*** TURN *** [6h 5d Jd] 8 of hearts (Total Pot: $61.85, 3 Players, 2 All-In)
*** RIVER *** [6h 5d Jd 8h] 7 of hearts (Total Pot: $61.85, 3 Players, 2 All-In)
Gaban14094 shows a straight, Eight high
The Bottman shows a straight, Eight high
The Bottman ties for the side pot ($0.30) with a straight, Eight high
Gaban14094 ties for the side pot ($0.30) with a straight, Eight high
gunjlema shows Ace King high
The Bottman ties for the main pot ($29.15) with a straight, Eight high
Gaban14094 ties for the main pot ($29.10) with a straight, Eight high
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot $61.85 Main pot $61.25. Side pot $0.60. | Rake $3
Board: [6h 5d Jd 8h 7h]
Seat 1: gunjlema (button) showed [Kh Ad] and lost with Ace King high
Seat 2: The Bottman (small blind) showed [Td 4d] and won ($29.45) with a straight, Eight high
Seat 3: KenooG (big blind) folded before the Flop
Seat 4: Gaban14094 showed [4s 5c] and won ($29.40) with a straight, Eight high
Seat 5: andremgremio didn't bet (folded)
Seat 6: BazookaDonkey didn't bet (folded)

  9-Jul-13, 16:30   #2

Joined: May '13
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 2216
Idiot players lucking out as usual. You should have just folded, they might have had AA, KK or QQ.

  9-Jul-13, 16:46   #3

Joined: Nov '11
Location: Canada
Age: 23 (M)
Posts: 157
Their are many folk out there arguing about if online poker is rigged or not…I wold like to help put this to rest by stating that it is rigged in many different ways. i helped write some of the software for tiltware LLC…while working on the fulltilt site some of the other programmers and i were asked to install programming into the software that would recognize certain players and provide them with unbeatable hands. we were also asked to develope software that would provide what they called the”maximum oppurtunity to bet” which meant that the deals are rigged to deal out alot of good starting hands to alot of players so that the most betting possible would take place on every deal. The deal would then provide a monster flop in which atleast two players would be all in before the river.(ever wonder why nobody ever misses the flop online…because then no one would bet and that is not what fulltilt wants) This keeps the tourneys fast paced and exciting which players love. Fulltilt loves this too, the faster you lose the faster they can make more money off you by having enter another tourney.
There is also another way fulltilt cheats you out of cash with their own personal players. These players are called house players and are fulltime employees of the Fulltilt compnay. If you check some names and their online wins vs. loss records you will often find them with records that are simply unreal. I have seen some of these folks who win over 50 straight sessions without a loss…how can this be possible unless they are working on the inside. They come and go and change their names often but they play in the site with the full adavantage of being able to see all the cards in play and in the deck.
Another programming trick we wrote into the software at fulltilt is the levels trick…this trick takes place when a tournament has been running after the first break. The computer recognizes the different size of each players chip stack and begins to deal out hands in which a small stack will shove all in and a large stack will have a better hand to call with. Have you ever wondered why you get pocekt QQs with 1500 chips and the guy next to you gets pockets KKs and he has 10,000 chips? The answer is simple the site is programmed to get you to play as much as possible. So we programmed the site to eliminate the small stack as quickly as possible so that they can go enter another tourney asap. The site is even prgrammed to adjust the flop for big stacks so that even if the big stack calls your hand with nothing he will end up beating your good made hand by the river. Often times the site will deal you back to back hands with the same cards but maybe different colors or suits..this “glitch” is a sign that the computer is adjusting the shuffle to start elimnting small stacks and allow the tourney to finish quicker.
The sooner a tournament is done the faster fulltilt can have you back at another table spending more money…it is to this sites best interested to eliminate you from tables as fast as possbile. There is no one to regulate how the company manipulates the software to thier own advantage. There is no one to monitor how the company pays out its players and employees. Simply put, giving some offshore account your hard earned cash is simply insane. Thinking that these people arent cheating you out of your money is crazy, the site has many layers of hidden programming all set up to take full adavantage of all types of players from novice to expert.
the main reason i wrote this blog is to expose the fraud that takes place at online gaming site known as Fulltilt poker i was fired three months ago from the company that helped write the software..yes i am bitter and mad but i do fell everyone so know how bad fulltilt is and that is a site built by THIEVES!! Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up ........................////////////THIEVES I TELL YA/............. Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Question

  9-Jul-13, 17:21   #4

Joined: May '13
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 2216
That sounds like most Poker sites though. This might explain why some people donk pre flop on rubbish cards and always seem to win against better hands.

  9-Jul-13, 20:32   #5

Joined: Jul '10
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 169
What company did you work for like? Makes me think twice about playing there but I guess all sites are the same?

  9-Jul-13, 20:49   #6

Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 52 (M)
Posts: 3361
I don't like chasing to often and really think there's a lot of players that perform or appear to perform well because they catch a good hand chasing. In reality one loses more often then they win chasing straights and flushes, but it's my opinion so that's all I have to say.

  10-Jul-13, 03:27   #7

Joined: Apr '11
Location: Canada
Age: 60 (M)
Posts: 1222
Doesn't surprise, the sites need to ID they're prop players. Players that work for the site generating rake. They get quite a few perks compared to the average player. They can and multi account as well, one prop account and one personal. They can in most cases clear a deposit bonus while propping plus what they earn from rake back and other perks. Have learned this much for certain...how far a site goes, this is the first time hearing a testimonial of this nature.

As for the hand...can't believe there are players who play that way at NL50 6 max. Would be flagging and noting those two.

Edited by rbdflyboy (Wednesday, July 10, 2013 @ 05:42 GMT)

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