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September 16, 2016, 07:00:52 PM
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tough to say if they were cheating 100% but that's what worries me with poker
online. I have seen so many shady situations online that leave you scratching your
head. People who raise and raise and raise then on river hit a gut shot... just weird
stuff that makes me never play at the high stakes tables online.

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September 16, 2016, 07:02:38 PM
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I was examining all of his plays where I wasn't playing him and it was very suspicious. I left for 30 mins I come back to see what he was doing and  he's the chip leader with over 121 mbtc and he started with almost nothing. If he was just a random reckless newb he would end up blowing his stack not constantly winning almost all hands with no logic or reason in his gameplay

Im pretty sure youre wrong here. Im not defending fortunejack by no means but just because you may have had 2 better starting cards in a hand and called an all in preflop it doesnt mean you should win the hand. Most likely you both have live cards and that player just hit his. Its like a 60/40 game preflop if this is the case.

Just my opinion but no reason to call scam because you lost. If youre gonna get butturt you prob shouldnt play poker at all.

Theres a possibility youre telling the truth and its rigged sure, but the odds are pretty low
Variance exists, and you have to think of it that way: Even with AA, there's a chance to be sucked out by 72o (around 12% or something). It's possible to win a lot of times by shoving with nothing. There's always a non-zero chance for a maniac to win, even to the point of being the chipleader. However, in the long run, eventually their ROI will drop down due to math.

Right now, cash games are off with FortuneJack. You'll see this kind of stupid play a lot in freerolls obviously because people don't care - they aren't committed.
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September 16, 2016, 10:09:32 PM
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Well, I feel this when I have AA and lose with a full house 7-3 ALL in mid game. But the variance always can slap you in the face, and about collusion I been talk with some guys and some times they have many accounts playing in the free rolls keep and eye and report obvious plays
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