Unfold Hold'em is the newest poker game released by PokerStars, allowing players to ante up for a side "Unfold pot" and then get back into the game right after seeing the flop. This poker variant is actually geared more towards the rec (recreational) players. As for the reg (regular) players, they find that it's not a good game at all and criticize PokerStars for continuing to release games that no longer involve one's skills in order to win.
Daniel Negreanu, a member of Team PokerStars since June 2007, wrote what he thought about the subject, saying that poker is always evolving and nobody is forcing them to play a game they don't like.
A follower commented on KidPoker's post, who obviously hates the site based on his last sentence, "I hope PokerStars is gone in the next decade for the sake of the longevity of online poker."
The Canadian All-Time Money List 1st placer enlightened the hater that it is entirely possible for good players to win at PokerStars.
The same commenter continued to rant on about how PokerStars is not a good place for playing online poker.
This prompted the six-time WSOP bracelet champ and Poker Hall of Famer to provide a valuable lesson regarding the world of poker.
Another one of DNegs' Twitter followers tried to support the hater, saying:
To which Negreanu readily replied, saying they forgot one crucial thing - the skill level of today's players.
As for all other players who hate on new poker variants as they feel that the games are hard to beat, Negreanu posted his final word on the matter.
On the other hand, there were others who said they agree with Negreanu's thoughts.
In short, the lesson of this story: If you don't like it, don't play it.