This is a discussion on Centrebet Poker within the online poker forums, in the Poker Rooms section; It is strange seeing that this iPoker network based poker site often cough up a spread of hands containing maybe up to 3 or 4
It is strange seeing that this iPoker network based poker site often cough up a spread of hands containing maybe up to 3 or 4 pairs at the same time. This seems to be a pattern.
Therefore be a bit careful when you receive your KK hand or AA hand. You might end up loosing against someone elses stronger hand for example a 44 hand, if you find a 4 on the flop, turn or river.
Has iPoker made this deliberately so create more fun and action for the newbies?
5th August 2007, 2:57 PM
Egon Towst [6,799]
Online Poker at: 35 sites
Game: HE, 5CD, 7CS
Do you think it might be, you know, er, what`s the word ...... rigged ?
5th August 2007, 3:04 PM
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Yes, to some degree at least. A bit to repetitive also. I would say that they need to mix their algorithms with a few extra, and at least play that 3 pair situation a bit less often.
You could probably find a few more repetitive situations on their algorithm. But when you learn them, you can at least be more cautious, or make it work to your advantage (if you can find a way that is).
5th August 2007, 3:14 PM
I tend to play more in the Microgaming network these days.
On the iPoker network you find a lot of loose play on the freerolls.
Lot of players also sitout the first hour. I really hate sitouts, but on those tables what options do you got:
1. Either catch a few fishes, then take it a bit more easy.
2. Sitout and get in on some better game experience once the loose players are more or less gone.