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thanks to everyone who responded....i think i'll go with misclick :o)

     
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had kk on pokerstars
25c 50c nl
flop comes 2h 4s jc guy bets pot so i 3 bet him he calls off rest of chips with qc 10h
turn ace river king to give him str8 lol.
not played online since that hand lol.

     
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@ ashtonn...he got lucky twice or some wud say 3 times. Hit the gutshot on the flop and then runner-runner. Thats lucky and if they are LAG's they win lots of pots by completeing OESD type hands. I'm sure that flop screamed shove to 'em. If they shove then you can't bet them off the pot.
See this happen in tournements most times when there are muktiple players AI.

     
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that is poker it hapends all the time if you can accept it go placy ches there you can not blame the luck Smile)

     
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Hopefully it's a misclick. I personally don't think any pokerroom is rigged, but bad beats happens... Better luck with your next hands!

     
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Posted by jessthehuman:
miss-click is a strong contender IMO. I play on a laptop with a trackpad - meaning that the device I used (pad) to move the mouse cursor is ALSO a mouse button. I miss-click s**t all the time, generally i try and keep the cursor AWAY from where the betting buttons appear, but not always do I do this, instead I leave it directly over the call button and when I touch it to move to 'fold' it clicks call for me.

Always fun to try and explain in the chat box after calling somebodys allin for 150bb with 5Jos.



Lol, Jess, ever tried to use a mouse ?
I also play on a laptop, but I guess I already would have ruined my whole Bankroll if I would use the trackpad for navigation.
I just use a wireless lasermouse and that works fine for me.

     
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Posted by MIGO14:
Posted by jessthehuman:
miss-click is a strong contender IMO. I play on a laptop with a trackpad - meaning that the device I used (pad) to move the mouse cursor is ALSO a mouse button. I miss-click s**t all the time, generally i try and keep the cursor AWAY from where the betting buttons appear, but not always do I do this, instead I leave it directly over the call button and when I touch it to move to 'fold' it clicks call for me.

Always fun to try and explain in the chat box after calling somebodys allin for 150bb with 5Jos.



Lol, Jess, ever tried to use a mouse ?
I also play on a laptop, but I guess I already would have ruined my whole Bankroll if I would use the trackpad for navigation.
I just use a wireless lasermouse and that works fine for me.



Hmm, it might work, I dunno, I use a laptop so I can sit back on the couch, I don't have a lot of room around me for a mouse.. But I do have a mini wireless one laying around somewhere, that might be good.

The funny thing is, I have a bit of a beast PC with dual 24" screens, but I hardly use it these days, prefer to sit in the lounge with the 40" LCD TV going in the background haha.

     
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The mouse pad in laptops or track balls-points-pads how the hell they call it, is the last solution for me.
Even when im sitting in a couch i use an optical mouse on the couch Smile
It works everywhere and perfectly.
If you use a cordless laser would be even more better.
Sometimes when i watch tv i have the laptop placed in a near by table and using the optical on the couch again Smile

     
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Stuff like that happens in bars around the world everydays! Why couldn't it happen online...?

It doesn't mean it's rigged, it means the guy is a very bad lucky player and you should reload to take your money back at 50c/1$ usually there aren't many many donks Big Smile

     
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