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A short while ago I catch oneself thinking about legality of the usage by players of third-party tools/software which is giving them access to
A short while ago I catch oneself thinking about legality of the usage by players of third-party tools/software which is giving them access to information about their opponents. I assume these tools typically used by regular online poker players and in same time such programs create a disadvantage for recreational players that are not employing these tools. I agree with that it is under decision and responsibility of poker rooms to accept such kind of tools implementation in the game by their players but when I donít want to play with opponents who is using such software against me (for example by means of collecting my real-time stats ) , would poker rooms just hear me out on this? Understanding the fact that todayís online poker world moves with the times of IT development and integration, new software/upgrades/innovations implementation became as an integral part of entertainment, but it seems to me disrupt the parity of fair play in the game at same time. If poker rooms targeted to allow such tools usage for much more attractive performance of its gambling services, on the one hand, then provide me at least, on the other hand, the possibility to know does opponent use that sort of tools in front of me? And I will decide how to plan my play session. I am loyalist of conservative poker, against new introductions which may lead to disbalance of fair play.