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  18-Jan-14, 16:52   #1
Playing on dafa no more 0 
qzmag 
Joined: Nov '11
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 704
Hello,
I played on Dafa Poker from Octomber 2013. I liked and i enjoyed playing there. But today, nah i will just stop playing there. I dont have the "strength" to play freerolls again, and i have only one that i can play, and need 2 hours at least to get in the money, and over 3 hours for final table. 3 days ago i had $50, today i have $1.79 left. It becomes very rigged this platform / IPoker. Today i played in WS 2000 euro GTS Rebuy. Lost only on river with bad VERY bad cards. I wanted to see if i loose only in this particullary tourney or on tables too. I went on Speed Poker with the minimum buy-in, lost AcAs vs Jd 10h, he got flash on the river. Lost A4 vs. 72, QQ vs 8 10 and AA vs Q 10.
Here are some of the hands. Enjoy the bad beats.

GAME #5416475981: Holdem NL - 2014-01-18 23:03:18
Tournament (817421226)
Table WS €2,000 GTD Rebuy
Server poker22.ipoker.com
Round
Failsafe counter

Seat 1: Sascha3388 (Registration code: -) (2,466.00 in chips)
Seat 2: itscholino (Registration code: -) (3,050.00 in chips)
Seat 3: TTR106315822 (Registration code: -) (2,044.00 in chips)
Seat 4: asienka1990 (Registration code: -) (3,000.00 in chips)
Seat 5: Gyvacius (Registration code: -) (1,480.00 in chips)
Seat 6: qzmag08 (Registration code: 6182323417) (1,480.00 in chips)
Seat 8: MTCashman1 (Registration code: -) (1,500.00 in chips)
Seat 9: hqsevil (Registration code: -) (1,530.00 in chips)
Seat 10: soika63 (Registration code: -) (1,480.00 in chips)

Gyvacius: SB 10.00
qzmag08: BB 20.00
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to qzmag08 [DQ DK]
MTCashman1: Raise To 60.00
hqsevil: Fold
soika63: Call 60.00
Sascha3388: Fold
itscholino: Call 60.00
TTR106315822: Fold
asienka1990: Fold
Gyvacius: Call 50.00
qzmag08: Raise To 180.00
MTCashman1: Call 120.00
soika63: Fold
itscholino: Call 120.00
Gyvacius: Raise To 1,480.00
qzmag08: Allin 1,300.00
MTCashman1: Fold
itscholino: Call 1,300.00
*** FLOP *** [C4 H9 HQ]
*** TURN *** [C4 H9 HQ HK]
*** RIVER *** [C4 H9 HQ HK H3]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
itscholino: shows [SK S10] (Pair)
Gyvacius: shows [H5 D7] (Flush)
qzmag08: shows [DQ DK] (Two pair)
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 4,680.00
Gyvacius: wins 4,680.00


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GAME #5416480485: Holdem NL - 2014-01-18 23:17:17
Tournament (817421226)
Table WS €2,000 GTD Rebuy
Server poker22.ipoker.com
Round
Failsafe counter

Seat 1: cruslq (Registration code: -) (1,500.00 in chips)
Seat 2: siwei (Registration code: -) (3,225.00 in chips)
Seat 3: Sud77 (Registration code: -) (2,040.00 in chips)
Seat 4: Fallinhard (Registration code: -) (1,470.00 in chips)
Seat 5: Alex111155 (Registration code: -) (3,080.00 in chips)
Seat 6: qzmag08 (Registration code: 6183547297) (2,415.00 in chips)
Seat 8: IamonEbaysweetie (Registration code: -) (8,575.00 in chips)
Seat 9: CALIMENTA (Registration code: -) (6,628.00 in chips)
Seat 10: daktar8 (Registration code: -) (4,100.00 in chips)

Fallinhard: SB 15.00
Alex111155: BB 30.00
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to qzmag08 [D3 H3]
qzmag08: Call 30.00
IamonEbaysweetie: Call 30.00
CALIMENTA: Call 30.00
daktar8: Raise To 90.00
cruslq: Fold
siwei: Fold
Sud77: Raise To 150.00
Fallinhard: Fold
Alex111155: Fold
qzmag08: Call 120.00
IamonEbaysweetie: Call 120.00
CALIMENTA: Fold
daktar8: Call 60.00
*** FLOP *** [S3 C2 S7]
qzmag08: Check
IamonEbaysweetie: Bet 675.00
daktar8: Fold
Sud77: Fold
qzmag08: Raise To 2,265.00
IamonEbaysweetie: Call 1,590.00
*** TURN *** [S3 C2 S7 S6]
*** RIVER *** [S3 C2 S7 S6 SQ]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
qzmag08: shows [D3 H3] (Three of a kind)
IamonEbaysweetie: shows [C7 S9] (Flush)
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 5,205.00
IamonEbaysweetie: wins 5,205.00



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GAME #5416510617: Holdem NL - 2014-01-18 23:23:15
Tournament (817421226)
Table WS €2,000 GTD Rebuy
Server poker22.ipoker.com
Round
Failsafe counter

Seat 1: Sascha3388 (Registration code: -) (2,226.00 in chips)
Seat 2: itscholino (Registration code: -) (7,204.00 in chips)
Seat 3: TTR106315822 (Registration code: -) (1,739.00 in chips)
Seat 4: asienka1990 (Registration code: -) (5,571.00 in chips)
Seat 5: Gyvacius (Registration code: -) (1,500.00 in chips)
Seat 6: qzmag08 (Registration code: 6182323417) (2,470.00 in chips)
Seat 8: TbIZheRad (Registration code: -) (1,500.00 in chips)
Seat 10: soika63 (Registration code: -) (3,320.00 in chips)

Gyvacius: SB 20.00
qzmag08: BB 40.00
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to qzmag08 [S10 C10]
TbIZheRad: Fold
soika63: Fold
Sascha3388: Fold
itscholino: Call 40.00
TTR106315822: Call 40.00
asienka1990: Fold
Gyvacius: Call 20.00
qzmag08: Raise To 240.00
itscholino: Call 200.00
TTR106315822: Fold
Gyvacius: Raise To 1,500.00
qzmag08: Call 1,260.00
itscholino: Call 1,260.00
*** FLOP *** [S2 S8 D7]
qzmag08: Bet 970.00
itscholino: Call 970.00
*** TURN *** [S2 S8 D7 H5]
*** RIVER *** [S2 S8 D7 H5 CK]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
itscholino: shows [HJ SK] (Pair)
Gyvacius: shows [DA C3] (None)
qzmag08: shows [S10 C10] (Pair)
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 6,480.00
itscholino: wins 6,480.00


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GAME #5416692814: Holdem NL - 2014-01-19 00:26:58
Tournament (817421226)
Table WS €2,000 GTD Rebuy
Server poker22.ipoker.com
Round
Failsafe counter

Seat 1: nutscowboy1990 (Registration code: -) (5,980.00 in chips)
Seat 2: hentes (Registration code: -) (4,730.00 in chips)
Seat 3: qzmag08 (Registration code: 6183547297) (5,570.00 in chips)
Seat 4: bond25459 (Registration code: -) (10,252.00 in chips)
Seat 5: MaLinkaUa (Registration code: -) (6,900.00 in chips)
Seat 6: MrChipstacks (Registration code: -) (4,598.00 in chips)
Seat 8: Eugene32 (Registration code: -) (7,250.00 in chips)
Seat 9: MDAllin (Registration code: -) (13,427.00 in chips)
Seat 10: ZAGLOT (Registration code: -) (8,680.00 in chips)

bond25459: SB 80.00
MaLinkaUa: BB 160.00
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to qzmag08 [DA CA]
MrChipstacks: Fold
Eugene32: Fold
MDAllin: Fold
ZAGLOT: Fold
nutscowboy1990: Fold
hentes: Fold
qzmag08: Raise To 480.00
bond25459: Fold
MaLinkaUa: Call 320.00
*** FLOP *** [D7 C6 D10]
MaLinkaUa: Bet 600.00
qzmag08: Raise To 1,280.00
MaLinkaUa: Raise To 6,420.00
qzmag08: Allin 3,810.00
*** TURN *** [D7 C6 D10 C9]
*** RIVER *** [D7 C6 D10 C9 C2]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
qzmag08: shows [DA CA] (Pair)
MaLinkaUa: shows [C10 CQ] (Flush)
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 12,550.00
MaLinkaUa: wins 12,550.00

Aww crap!

Have a nice day / night and Good Luck, not getting bad beat.

     
  18-Jan-14, 16:58   #2
  0 
ddblt1970 
Joined: Aug '13
Location: Czech Republic
Age: 21 (M)
Posts: 913
Lol,
stopping to play on a site only because of some bad beats?
That happens everywhere.

     
  18-Jan-14, 17:40   #3
  +1 
bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 4685
Posted by qzmag:
Lost A4 vs. 72, QQ vs 8 10 and AA vs Q 10.
Here are some of the hands. Enjoy the bad beats.

GAME #5416475981: Holdem NL - 2014-01-18 23:03:18
Tournament (817421226)
Table WS �2,000 GTD Rebuy
Server poker22.ipoker.com
Round
Failsafe counter


Im not in the position to throw away advices on bad beats, but:
- it was a rebuy tourey, until the rebuy/ao period over most players will play very loosely to make sure they build a sizeable stack, they usually doing this against tag players, because they have better read on them
- almost all of this happened on drawheavy boards, and you went allin almost on every flop and yet surprized your cards didnt remain live long enough
- its not a bad thing sometimes to fold even you know you're ahead, if you need to collect more information on your opponents then just fold and wait how they behave against others
- and dont limp from utg with small pocket pairs especially if somebody made a 3bet, its -EV either way

     
  18-Jan-14, 17:56   #4
  0 
qzmag 
Joined: Nov '11
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 704
Well, i watched them and i saw how they playing in this tourney. I just got beaten only on river, and with their luck. I dont ussualy play in tourney with rebuy, cause of those things, but still. The last one, was with 20 mins after rebuy / addon was over, i think. Even so, AA vs Q 10, and get lucky on turn and river ... I don't get mad, or upset when i loose KQ against K10 or J, but loosing against 5 7. + i didn't lost only in this tourney, i lost on Speed Hold'em too AA vs J 10, same on river. Almost all hands i lost was because of their luck on river.

     
  18-Jan-14, 18:38   #5
  0 
bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 4685
Posted by qzmag:
Well, i watched them and i saw how they playing in this tourney. I just got beaten only on river, and with their luck. I dont ussualy play in tourney with rebuy, cause of those things, but still. The last one, was with 20 mins after rebuy / addon was over, i think. Even so, AA vs Q 10, and get lucky on turn and river ... I don't get mad, or upset when i loose KQ against K10 or J, but loosing against 5 7. + i didn't lost only in this tourney, i lost on Speed Hold'em too AA vs J 10, same on river. Almost all hands i lost was because of their luck on river.


Well, AA vs. Q10s thats 81% vs. 19% I give you that, but that means he will win one hand from every five dealings with this situation, and unlucky you he just got that.
The other one with KQ vs. K10 vs. 57, its not that far from even pre-flop (win rate is something of a 43% vs. 25% vs. 28%). After all both of you had one less outs because of each other so in terms of luck I wouldnt say It was the main reason you lost.

     
  18-Jan-14, 18:47   #6
  0 
Macubaas 
Joined: Apr '11
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 6668
There is really no problem if you want to quit playing on a specific poker platform since the offer is so important nowadays.

It's true that bad beats you get on EVERY poker platform out there but sometimes it also counts the frequency of this type of hands...

     
  18-Jan-14, 19:08   #7
  0 
Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 39 (F)
Posts: 10032
It is a big network iPoker and lots of poker sites come and go there.
So you may have stopped playing thre now but you may ending up playing there again in the
future Smile
The most frequent change is from iPoker to Microgaming and vice versa.

     
  18-Jan-14, 19:19   #8
  0 
bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 4685
Posted by Mober:
It is a big network iPoker and lots of poker sites come and go there.
So you may have stopped playing thre now but you may ending up playing there again in the
future Smile
The most frequent change is from iPoker to Microgaming and vice versa.


Could be interesting though that around february (or march?) Microgaming will loose a huge chunk of his players due to U_nibet going rogue.
They will have their own software, rules (no HUD allowed) etc.
They wanna make sure their membership (thats mainly from b_etting and c_asino) wont go broke when gets check raised by grinders on cg tables so Im really looking for their new approach.

I just stated this so anyone looking 4 migrate to microgaming think twice.

     
  18-Jan-14, 19:43   #9
  0 
takingdrugs 

Joined: Nov '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 33 (M)
Posts: 744
Posted by bowie1984:
Posted by Mober:
It is a big network iPoker and lots of poker sites come and go there.
So you may have stopped playing thre now but you may ending up playing there again in the
future Smile
The most frequent change is from iPoker to Microgaming and vice versa.


Could be interesting though that around february (or march?) Microgaming will loose a huge chunk of his players due to U_nibet going rogue.
They will have their own software, rules (no HUD allowed) etc.
They wanna make sure their membership (thats mainly from b_etting and c_asino) wont go broke when gets check raised by grinders on cg tables so Im really looking for their new approach.

I just stated this so anyone looking 4 migrate to microgaming think twice.


i sure i remember unibet being independant, took a bonus there a while ago and doing quite well
got to the semifinal for unibet open from freeroll and then bubbled the thing. tilted and never went back.lol
ah the good ol days.

     
  18-Jan-14, 23:04   #10
  0 
Theapple 

Joined: Sep '13
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 1552
thats interesting news about unibet. wonder how will their new network look like? Its gonna be a completely new network i suppose?

either way cant wait to test it out, hopefully it works well for them Tongue any new network doing great is a plus for us players, as it forces current network to be even better, and im sure they are aware of it... if they want to lure current players from other network they better make something really really good. and offer good bonuses, ofc Smile

     
  18-Jan-14, 23:36   #11
  0 
Jibberish 

Joined: May '11
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 979
having the better hand preflop doesn't always mean its going to win, but I still suggest that you don't play on the ipoker platform, imo its a bit to small for me to feel comfortable with my money on

     
  18-Jan-14, 23:51   #12
  0 
Theapple 

Joined: Sep '13
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 1552
isnt iPoker like 3rd biggest network though? o,o

     
  19-Jan-14, 03:00   #13
  0 
Jibberish 

Joined: May '11
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 979
3rd isn't good enough for me, PS or FTP are the only ones that actually get deposits from me and party poker would probably be 3rd wouldn't it

     
  19-Jan-14, 03:23   #14
  0 
TigerAxL 

Joined: Feb '11
Location: Romania
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 392
well...don t waste u re time there ,for me 888 works very well then clasical ps/ftp/partypoker ,if u do like turbo&superturbo poker then 888 will be just fine for u belive me , gl on finding u re own special poker room Blink

     
  19-Jan-14, 03:32   #15
  0 
hazeform 
Joined: Jan '11
Location: Germany
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 506
hi
find this infos about the new unibet p.room on p.fuse

Online gaming group Unibet has announced that it will be launching new standalone poker software in early 2014.

The new software, developed in partnership with Estonian based Relax Gaming, was crafted to support Unibet’s strategy of catering to recreational players.

The new software will have both PC and Mac versions available as downloadable clients and browser-based apps along with mobile versions for iOS and Android devices.

It will also include many features viewed as friendly to the casual player, including “user friendly table selection, rich 3d backgrounds, ability to change avatar and screen name and gameplay features such as achievements and missions.”

Relax Gaming currently operates a fast-fold only poker network, which debuted in March 2012. Unibet was among the first to offer the fast-fold product as an alternative to its primary poker software. To date, the network has failed to gain any significant traction.

As part of the new partnership, Unibet has invested €1.25m into the company.

and about the ipoker network:

now after they changed all buy-ins and tables from $ into €
(the rake and tournament-fee was sick high befor the change...especially at the micros)
the rake and tournament-fee is even higher!

and i have also read a lot of strange things about frozen accounts and withdraw problems
(and not only from small skins)

i would choose another room or network

     
  19-Jan-14, 22:52   #16
  0 
stanjonhson 
Joined: Jun '13
Location: Bulgaria
Age: 25 (M)
Posts: 44
well I tried alot of poker rooms and I hope not to get banned for share my opinion here.
1. Pokerstars . Its my favorite. I had a lot of bad bids there but the poit is they offers are great and tournaments they offer are really great.
2.FTP . almost good as pokerstars but I dont like the software. maybe just cuz its so diffrent to pokerstars.
3. PKR its a horrible poker room in my view. no comment who played at least once there will understand
4. bounty poker. nice no deposit bonus but no tourneys Sad
5. betfred poker is good, cuz I like they have casino there aswell .

     
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