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October 04, 2016, 10:35:54 AM
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I have played PokerStars, Party Poker from 2010 to 2012 years. No success, just a gamble.

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October 04, 2016, 01:09:27 PM
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http://onlinecasinopolis.net/ There is a great poker club. Online poker with real players.
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October 04, 2016, 03:58:34 PM
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Lately , talking about last 2 years, I have been spending a lot of time playing on Pokerstars tables, there's anyone who play there? Share experiences, what do u play or used to play and we can almost improve our game together since,  I consider myself a ver good poker player regardless of my non bankroll managment.

Greetings Shipitbuddy * also Shipitbuddy  on Pokerstars*

I used to play on Pokerstars here in the US till a certain Friday round around back during the [3rd] Bush administration.

So, you're a good player, eh? Have you ever folded pocket aces?

Are you refereeing to 911?
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October 04, 2016, 04:01:26 PM
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http://pokerstars-rigged-scam.blogspot.de/

i used to play a lot of pokerstars for the last ten years or so but i gave it up... it is not even fun anymore. even if you win... i am not that desperate for money. if i want to play some real poker i usually go to salzburg casino and play their friday 60€ buy-in tourney. my bro says they also suck because there are many east european pros and you cannot win there...
while it is true that there are many good players...
first rule (similar to other gambling and i am a hardcore gambler...) one should not go to tourneys with buy-ins one cannot afford to lose.
second rule just do it for fun, not for the money. for example last time i went there, i only had a few bigblinds left and went all-in with AJ but lost against AQ and didn't make it to the final table... i thought it was ok 13th place out of ~100. in fact i did not expect to last so long in the first place. And after that i went to the roulette table and had one of the luckiest days in a casino in my whole life lol... made more than 5 times what i had considered lost anyway for a fun night with my GF and another friend and her GF....

long story short.. i would not play pokerstars anymore if i were you. unless you are having fun and do not spend too much and do not have the opportunity to poker live with friends or others at the casino for example.

People should listen about not taking more money than you can afford. I have a friend who took something like $3,000 to a casino. All gone.
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October 04, 2016, 07:16:31 PM
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I am a poker enthusiast but don't play as much as I used to since online poker was pretty much banned after Black Friday (April 2011) in the United States. There are a few poker sites that Americans can still play on currently but they don't compare to Full Tilt Poker or PokerStars back in the day. I hope that poker does return to the United States one day and it becomes as big as it once was.

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October 05, 2016, 12:45:51 AM
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I have noticed a lot of collusion between players from Greece on stars, to the point where 80% of the entrants are from there. It is getting out of hand in some bounty tourneys

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October 19, 2016, 09:01:44 PM
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Yes, I do. I bet only $1-3 and don't spend more than $10-20.  I like playing all card games: bridge, solitaire, poker. But poker the most and preferably here on RedStart. One game before going to bed helps me to fall asleep.
But now I'm really interested in visual ballistic: http://en.casinoz.me/content/roulette-physical-systems-part-1-visual-ballistics-593.html Why don't try to be the one the 40-50 players all over the world that mastered visual ballistics.
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