Ok, I agree that poker sites
should stand a chance of losing a lot if proven guilty of any form of rigging, but I have to ask this. Everyone was constantly saying that poker sites were not rigged before the Ultimate and Absolute debacle, then the truth came out now, why is it that they are both still aloud to do business after what happened? This tells
me that the policing of online sites is heavily flawed and therefore there are always going to be people who will believe that trusting these sites is hard to do.
From what I have noticed most of the statistical programs are actually created by and for the sites, so why should we trust them? I would like to see the statistics of a given tourney, not the entire site. The next time you are in a tourney, I would like to see you just keep track of what goes on at your table for an hour. You will be surprised at the number of times the statistics will be out of whack. I mean the odds
of certain hand combos alone is crazy. How many times have you seen three players in a pot , say with hands like JJ KK AQos and the board hits KJX A 10 or similar. Statistically you should only see these combos maybe 1:1,000,000 but I know I have seen it come up three and four times an hour.
Don't get me wrong I am not saying that online sites are rigged I am just not convinced that they are not.