Does the virtual intelligence of software have any tendency to benefit players ?

Jardel Barros

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Sometimes I realize that when I play following technical, professional standards, the cards always favor me. And when I play recreationally, the cards don't help. Is it selective memory? or does the software have some pattern to distribute the cards and benefit game styles?
 
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I would say that it's a mix of selective memory and the optimal play.

Playing technical and following the poker fundamentals can definitly help along the way.
But I don't believe that softwares have a pattern to distribute cards. That would ruin the game and would eventually be easily hacked.
So I think it's basically a mix of your selective memory remembering all the bad bets when playing recreationally AND not playing the optimal game.

I don't know if I was clear enought. Did you get my point?
 
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You might play to lose recreationally, so you can be right
 
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There is no possibility of the software interfering with the distribution of cards, I believe that the vast majority memorize data, data that the human mind is not capable of, I faithfully believe in millions of benefits, I strongly recommend that you invest if you can.
 
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