Europeans like me have the fortune to be allowed to play on every pokersite that is online.
I was checking out Titan Poker
when I noticed that some tables had the "disconnection Protection" feature. So if a player disconnected during a hand, he would be declared all-in, and the hand would be played out as if he were all-in as in any normal poker situation.
Sure there are scenarios in which you’d like to be all-in when you’re not.
For instance, if you have a flush draw with two cards to come, rather than pay one or more bets on the flop and turn, you’d like to sit back and see if your draw comes in.
Although I have never experienced such situation I am wondering is it possible to unfairly exploit this feature?