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Hi, I would like to know your opinion about the new modality of UnFold that pokerstar presents, my question is do not you think that with the interest of creating new forms of game they make in some of them lose the essence of what is Texas Holdem, for Please forgive my English, I was going to carry out a survey to measure their opinions but I did not find the way to do it here in the forum, greetings to the entire BRM community and luck at the tables

     
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it seems to me that over the past two years PokerStars has tried a lot of different game options ..... very different and sometimes revolutionary options ... the meaning of all the changes is getting more profit .... and I think all their attempts ended sadly and in the end failure

     
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I think it is always good to see pokerstars or some other poker room to try new ideas and create new games because some people like new games some like to play every time same game and all are.happy when room has new games and old games

     
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I don´t know...you really think that the poker game need new ways of playing? I know: Holdem no limits, Pot limits, Limits, Omaha, Omaha hi lo, 5 cards, Horse, 7 cards, Stud....and many, many anothers! And Poker Star try with those new way of playing, but has eliminated all the good tournaments and freerolls that there were... They look for profits gambling with cards, and this is not necesarily poker! Disagree

     
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No matter how many games are going to appear in the future,
some will be always stuck on what they know to play best, and have the most earnings.
Unless there is an opportunity to increase the profit with a new format of poker Smile

     
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... Big Smile< ...PokerStars sucks big 8=======D

     
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I really don't interesting with any variance of NLHE, lol. Just focus with common NLHE is difficult to improve and win huge prize, why learn another variance ? should start from zero again. I don't want to try Sad

     
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I personally not played in pokerstars for long time now and not want to go again to ppay in this place, now i move to party poker and it is good place to have promotion and better situation for small players

     
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Why you don´t try with 888poker Gerimantas? I think that, if you are a small buy in player (like me), 888 is better place for you. In Party Poker you cann´t find sit an go for less than $ 1, and in 888poker you have S&G since $ 0,1. And a lot of loyalty´s promotions, with good freerolls. In PP you have only a few freerolls....But all is about what is small for you, isn´t it? Blink

     
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Posted by demodawggy:
... Big Smile< ...PokerStars sucks big 8=======D

Well anything they could do to generate money they will do it for sure. If prostitution was legal Amaya would sell sex as well, they are all about da cashgrab...

     
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greatgame3, thanks for informing us about "Unfold Hold'em" on PokerStars. I have not played the "Unfold Hold'em" yet. I love trying new things, so I will be sure to check that out the next time I log into my PokerStars account.

     
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Omaha hi/low is the best game for me so far. I like it the most.
So it would have been interesting creating a variation on this game.
Omaha hasnt that many fans, like holdem does, but as a new game many would try Smile

     
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Posted by Mober:
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Omaha hasnt that many fans, like holdem does, but as a new game many would try Smile

The british love it. Just love it. I mean I did not do any surveys and such but anytime I took a beating at a tourney or cash table - playing Omaha - somebody from the UK giving me the hard time.

     
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I like it. I played for a long time when in Poker Star was a lot of freerolls of all kinds of poker games. And the Hi/Lo way was very fun for me. I think the variance is a bit less than Holdem NL. But I don´t know because I never tryed to be serious with this game. I´m starting my commitment with HNL so I haven´t space for any more...

     
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Posted by maragatero:
I think the variance is a bit less than Holdem NL. But I don't know because I never tryed to be serious with this game. I'm starting my commitment with HNL so I haven't space for any more...

No, it's actually higher. More cards on hand = more possible combinations plus high and low pot as well. So it's much higher variance.

     
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This moment is when I hate don´t be an english native and to can speak/write it well, and to know enough poker for can be especific. I try to say that you have more options for win because you have ever more good cards outs and multiple posible draws...This is true? I´m being clair with my (wrong?) ideas? Confused

     
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Posted by maragatero:
This moment is when I hate don't be an english native and to can speak/write it well, and to know enough poker for can be especific. I try to say that you have more options for win because you have ever more good cards outs and multiple posible draws...This is true? I'm being clair with my (wrong?) ideas? Confused



... Big Smile< ...Hey PokerStars...... Unfold THIS...:

8============================================D

....THEN move your head office OUT of Canada back to some crooked cleptocracy in some dark corner of the world.... Thumbs Down Big Smile

     
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Posted by maragatero:
I try to say that you have more options for win because you have ever more good cards outs and multiple posible draws...This is true? I'm being clair with my (wrong?) ideas? Confused

Omaha is a drawheavy game, so the smaller hands which could make you cont.bet on a rainbow board in Hold'em (like two pairs, sets etc.) here would barely get you to sniff into the pot. You have more options to win because you are holding twice as much cards in hand than in Hold'em...

     
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