There are deffinatly cold and hot seats on bodog, you can play 100 hands have 10 worth seeing the flop, of the 10, 3 are made or have 13 outs to see the turn and river of those 1 or 2 are winners, that's a cold seat. Then you or someone else has the nuts 1 out of 3 hands for a 50 hand run. I see it all the time on the 0.02/0.05 PLO table. The hands do cool off but I see players make $20 in 15 min, then since they aren't good they loose it all when they keep chasing or they just leave when they start to loose. I've been in the hot seat a few times and I just can't seem to loose, most of the time I have bad starting cards for long runs and my good starters draw dead, there is some bluffing
at the PLO tables but most of the time someone has made the nuts or second nut hand to win or two morons get in deep pre-flop and it turns into a coin flip.
"Too random" does sound weird but it's the "what is the staistical chance of 3 diamonds comming out on the flop 3 times in a row" or "what is the chance of the board pairing A's 4 out of 10 hands" things like that. How often should a board pair cards? 1 in 5 hands? 1 in 8 hands? what does it mean when it's happening 1 in 3 hands over 30 hands, over 50 hands? It's just really strange how the cards fall there. I must admit that this type of thing doesn't happen all the time, but things like this seem to happen alot.
But what do I know, I may just be seeing variance and noticing it and not paying close enough attention to the overall hands.