What about the bots???

Peppinotom

Peppinotom

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No use to mention, that it's not worth to use them in freerolls, but wherelse would you test them?

Regarding newest readings they do exist and I'm pretty sure meanwhile I have played more than 1 hand against a bot.
Actually, I have somebody in SUSPECT...What can I do?
How can I identify , learn his programming and crack it easily?
Has anybody done investigations on that besides they never answer the chat? same response time (may vary with a script I guess) . Any proof on ..I don't know how to attack that theme...
 
grumblbrumbl

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Once at the final table, together with us, sat one bot. Everyone except me knew that he was a bot. They claimed that he goes into a board with insane hands, such as 42o and wins. That the bot does not respond in the chat (although I consider this a questionable reason). That the bot is cyclic. Nobody wanted to play with him then. That day, I first learned about the existence of bots in poker. However, to this day I do not know how to identify them.
 
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demibar

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i cant prove anything and i dont know how poker rooms works to take care of their interests .
 
natasha555

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Well, I do not know of course, it seems to me that there are no bots, at the table there is always one lucky player who gets everything and he understands and uses this and he is told that he is a bot.
 
rsimms

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I remember playing online once, when I did my usual table search on players at my table, there was one sat down at 20ish tables. I know there are some crazy multi-tablers out there, but in my head it had to be a bot. I guess that bots would go by HUD stats, so in order to crack a bot would you have to be very aware of your own stats because that has to be the only read the bot can use. Unless somebody uses the bot to get deep into a tournament, and then takes over
 
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rakspin_vr

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I think there are bots. I have a feeling that there is a bot on the table several times - no living person has such intuition and luck ...
 
supernuts25

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i really don't think much on bots rather than I may not be able to bluff them in a mathematical situation.
and that's there only advantage. you can beat a bit at chess . you can beat them at poker. there weak
 
8bod8

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I would guess bots are bad for a reputable site.
For a bot to always win with any hand, it must have info on cards that come. Thus it must be run by the site, or by staff from the site.
If I'm against a increadibly lucky player, I tighten my range for half an hour/until luck ran out.
 
Edison A

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No use to mention, that it's not worth to use them in freerolls, but wherelse would you test them?

Regarding newest readings they do exist and I'm pretty sure meanwhile I have played more than 1 hand against a bot.
Actually, I have somebody in SUSPECT...What can I do?
How can I identify , learn his programming and crack it easily?
Has anybody done investigations on that besides they never answer the chat? same response time (may vary with a script I guess) . Any proof on ..I don't know how to attack that theme...
in the forums there is a thread that touched that same topic and the CardsChat members gave very interesting answers of this same topic, look for it!
 
fortopyan

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I'm not afraid for what bots would kill online poker because people will go to sites where access bots is impossible. a further matter of competition between poker rooms)))
 
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Mikeloti13

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Every site can have bots and im sure they have them. You will for sure one day hear one of the major poker sites being closed because of it.
 
ledsmith

ledsmith

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I was called a bot many times in a chat) People lose and look for this excuse ... although there probably are, but I do not know how to define them
 
dragunovich

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i detect them by insane calls .. when i send allin preflop with AK and they call with Q3os and win with fullhouse .. also when they connect absolutely everything on the river .. big pots and the river gives them the letter above 3 people
 
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effece

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difficult question, I suspect some and I have stopped playing in some rooms because of the large number of them, but it really is almost impossible to identify them.
 
Vfranks

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About them not responding in chat, that is standard. One of the first things I learned here is to not ever chat in the chat box, rather pay attention to the game. Are you playing to make friends or playing to win money? I hide the chat on every table I play, unless it is a forum game(and even then not always). You could be giving away info in the chat.
 
Peppinotom

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Once at the final table, together with us, sat one bot. Everyone except me knew that he was a bot. They claimed that he goes into a board with insane hands, such as 42o and wins. That the bot does not respond in the chat (although I consider this a questionable reason). That the bot is cyclic. Nobody wanted to play with him then. That day, I first learned about the existence of bots in poker. However, to this day I do not know how to identify them.

but that could have been me, who decided not to play anything buat ACES until the final table and then bet the hell out of you ;) Any two will do!
 
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kened2112

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: or difficult to identify, I do not think I have found one, but I do not think it's easy to do either, the house always wins: v
 
Rvstam

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I think that no bots. If they were, then they figured competitors. I think that reputation is here to play a major role.
 
pescaofish

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I dont care if they are Robots or any bot, I play my hands as I know, given my position, Cards and the "Variance" do the rest! :call2:
 
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tojobaggins

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In my opinion ...

Bots ruin the game, especially the big freerolls and guarantees. :mad:
 
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