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September 09, 2012, 07:04:32 AM
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I usually either do the same (bet all-in almost every hand from the start)

Don't do that on Strike Sapphire.
I was told I wasn't welcome there because they didn't like me playing 100% pre-flop all-ins on their hourly free-rolls.
It made other players nervous it seemed. Roll Eyes

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September 09, 2012, 07:07:17 AM
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I usually either do the same (bet all-in almost every hand from the start)

Don't do that on Strike Sapphire.
I was told I wasn't welcome there because they didn't like me playing 100% pre-flop all-ins on their hourly free-rolls.
It made other players nervous it seemed. Roll Eyes
Doesn't matter - I can't play there anyway.
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September 09, 2012, 07:08:15 AM
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Doesn't matter - I can't play there anyway.

Oh, forgot you're from the USofA Tongue

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September 09, 2012, 07:11:02 AM
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Doesn't matter - I can't play there anyway.

Oh, forgot you're from the USofA Tongue
Indeed.  Wink

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September 09, 2012, 07:11:39 AM
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Blaming a poker site for your losses is a very reliable tell.
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September 09, 2012, 07:14:42 AM
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Blaming a poker site for your losses is a very reliable tell.

That is why I do not lose. I am team pro Ukraine. I work steel compony.

learn, chat and play with me at sealswithclubs.eu
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September 09, 2012, 07:16:54 AM
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Blaming a poker site for your losses is a very reliable tell.
Can you please not tap the glass. Thanks.
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September 09, 2012, 11:24:32 AM
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Only played the freerolls on Seals.

Never felt that it was rigged in any way, although I guess people could be using bots/more users at the same time or coordinate with others.

But this would be true for any poker site.

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September 09, 2012, 02:46:08 PM
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the half hour is brutal for suckouts i guess ppl just don't mind peeing away .05 btc on mediocre hands.  i've noticed as a seals reg that higher staked games/tournies don't have odds beating suckouts nearly as much although they still do happen. Another weird thing is that with the value of btc going up the lower stakes have also tightened up somewhat.  A poker Hand is 5 cards, if you make a bet with less than half your hand (preflop) you are taking a huge risk with any 2 cards.  It is insanely frustrating to see big slick get kicked down repeatedly, but thats bc poker is a cruel bitch, not so much bc of the software.  The river saves me as much as it beats me but the beats are so much worse than the saves those stick out.

this is something ive thought about a ton, when the cards are falling poorly it really does feel as if there is some conspiracy against you.  it defies logic that you can read someone perfect, play your cards just right, and still lose lamf.  Unfortunately thats why they call it gambling and not winning.

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September 09, 2012, 05:15:33 PM
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When i first found seals room i thought nice, a btc poker room, but on the second thought i got this:

I know nothing about their business and how serious it is handled, it could be highly professional or a 1 man business in a garage with a teenager behind.
The second thing is connected to the first, its the security (how secure are the server(s) and if the game server is compromised are all fund at risk) and collusion prevention.
From the poker community i know that its not uncommon as soon as some nice amounts are involved there are professional colluders if the poke rroom does not prevent it.
On the website i could not find any terms of service or a privacy statement or a company associated. From this perspective i would not deposit a single coin there.



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September 09, 2012, 08:48:38 PM
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Suck-Out Bingo or get blinded out. Pick your poison.

Or play more cash games.

It's all play money and just for fun anyways.  Cheesy

Don't worry, just gambol !!
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September 09, 2012, 08:58:56 PM
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When i first found seals room i thought nice, a btc poker room, but on the second thought i got this:

I know nothing about their business and how serious it is handled, it could be highly professional or a 1 man business in a garage with a teenager behind.
The second thing is connected to the first, its the security (how secure are the server(s) and if the game server is compromised are all fund at risk) and collusion prevention.
From the poker community i know that its not uncommon as soon as some nice amounts are involved there are professional colluders if the poke rroom does not prevent it.
On the website i could not find any terms of service or a privacy statement or a company associated. From this perspective i would not deposit a single coin there.


I run Seals.

A server breach would be very bad, but it would not result in loss of all coins, the large majority of coins are off server and encrypted.

There have been some simple collusion attempts quickly caught. It's not possible to completely stop collusion, unfortunately. As we grow we'll be able to dedicate more resources to that. You should always watch out for and report anything you think is suspicious to us at admin@sealswithclubs.eu.

Regarding privacy, we don't want your info and promise not to share any info you happen to end up sharing/revealing to us.

Play Bitcoin Poker at sealswithclubs.eu. We're active and open to everyone.
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September 10, 2012, 04:54:26 PM
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Blaming a poker site for your losses is a very reliable tell.
Can you please not tap the glass. Thanks.

You're right of course, but some fish are too dumb to really notice.  The oblivion runs deep and strong in the rigtard.
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September 11, 2012, 12:49:15 AM
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I run Seals.

A server breach would be very bad, but it would not result in loss of all coins, the large majority of coins are off server and encrypted.

There have been some simple collusion attempts quickly caught. It's not possible to completely stop collusion, unfortunately. As we grow we'll be able to dedicate more resources to that. You should always watch out for and report anything you think is suspicious to us at admin@sealswithclubs.eu.

Regarding privacy, we don't want your info and promise not to share any info you happen to end up sharing/revealing to us.

I recognized you bundled all information in the FAQ, id suggest to have a seperated TOS and eventually a privacy statement as visible as the FAQ link.
There should be a clear statement that fraud is not tolerated and actively fighted, including the consequences on such actions, stars tos is a very good example in my opinion.


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