Originally Posted by pgzn
After a couple of suspicious bad beats, I go to join a tournament tonight and am told that due to anti-collusion policy, I can't join at this time. So I bring up live support and they tell me I'm trying to log on with two ID's at the same table, or some BS.
In the first place, I would have to first figure out how the hell you would collude because the whole concept has never even entered my mind. The idea is revolting, so I don't even care to look up how you would do it. In the second place, the online help just pretty much brushed me off as an attempting cheater. So screw them. The software gets deleted and I won't be returning.
Anyone else running of your same internet connection at home that would also have been playing online at the same time? If they picked up two accounts attempting to join a tourny (usually would have to have certain restrictions on size etc if at all) then they could provide this message as to you not being able to join. Just a thought on the matter.
Obv something was detected via the software that prevented it so something had to be going on there, not like someone saw your account and decided to not let you play the tourny? What sense would that make, they would be loosing money.
Anyhow I don't play there myself but just thought would provide some input.