Originally Posted by Chaz108
I've had the exact same experience. While Bovada is an earnest company they can't keep up with the hackers, so yes you're being cheated. Here is the proof:
An interesting read for sure, but it comes with its own set of concerns.
Who are these "freelance" people conducting the research? Who is the "large company interested in entering the US poker market" that has hired the team?
Surely these important details, which are directly related to the trustworthiness of the study, aren't worthy of hiding. The fact that they omitted these details screams suspicion.
Furthermore, they openly state to colluding and collecting over $12,000 and setting up a winning bot to play. Proof of concept be damned, do they not care about the players they scammed in the process? Any working scientist/researcher worth their salt would not engage in such unethical behavior.
This article is fishy at best.