Insurance on the cash game in the poker room Poker Stars.

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You know about insurance in the cash game at poker stars. I think it's absurd, I'm outraged. First after the showdown after we went all in. The opponent sees my cards and takes insurance. First of all, who allowed me to look at my cards and then hand them back? If you put money in the bank then there should be no way back! Secondly, it turns out that after the opponent takes insurance, he leaves the game, and it turns out I play. with a poker room. But I didn't agree to play against the poker room. I want a simple regular cache. Example: In this hand, the opponent took insurance, and I lost, and the poker room took $3. This is the ultimate stupidity. I didn't sign up for this, and we players weren't asked when the innovation was introduced. I'M AGAINST IT! I want a regular cashe. In modern online poker, it is probably now difficult to find a regular cash that would just play poker. I think the representatives of Poker Stars will come to their senses and remove this option. It's not fair.

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This sounds like another way to allow sore losers to think they are the best. If you go all in, take your lumps. I have never seen so many people whine as I have in modern poker. Poker Brat does his, but it is as much theatrics that has become a draw to poker. If you do not have the winning rate of Phil Hellmuth, learn to get better not take easy ways out.
 
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This sounds like another way to allow sore losers to think they are the best. If you go all in, take your lumps. I have never seen so many people whine as I have in modern poker. Poker Brat does his, but it is as much theatrics that has become a draw to poker. If you do not have the winning rate of Phil Hellmuth, learn to get better not take easy ways out.


No, I don't know what you're talking about. I'm talking about a funny situation. The fact that we played together and the Bank took the poker room. Insurance on the cash game in the poker room Poker Stars. I'm just saying that, that it's funny. I want a regular clean cash regular poker. It's hard to find regular pure poker right now. But I found it. I will play Limit hold'em. There is no All-in insurance. There is no all in at all.
 
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No, I don't know what you're talking about. I'm talking about a funny situation. The fact that we played together and the Bank took the poker room. Insurance on the cash game in the poker room Poker Stars. I'm just saying that, that it's funny. I want a regular clean cash regular poker. It's hard to find regular pure poker right now. But I found it. I will play Limit hold'em. There is no All-in insurance. There is no all in at all.


Insurance in a game just seems like an odd concept to me.
 
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Poker Insurance

I live in a state that does not allow pokerstars. I play at BetOnline, and there is no insurance. Can someone please explain to me how poker insurance works? I'm not sure I get it, as my understating of poker is that if you put your money in and lose, there is no recourse. What am I missing?
 
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Insurance in a game just seems like an odd concept to me.

That's what I mean

I live in a state that does not allow PokerStars. I play at BetOnline, and there is no insurance. Can someone please explain to me how poker insurance works? I'm not sure I get it, as my understating of poker is that if you put your money in and lose, there is no recourse. What am I missing?


I also don't know exactly, like the Poker room takes 1% of the rake. If the player takes insurance. At the time of the showdown, he will receive as much money from the Bank as he has a percentage of the winnings probably. And if he and I don't win, the poker room will take the money. It turns out that if we play together and the opponent takes insurance on the flop and leaves the game, then I play with myself and a little with the poker room. If I don't win the poker room will take some percentage. I don't know, but it's not a game. FIRST OF ALL, WHAT RIGHT DO YOU HAVE TO SHOW MY CARDS WHEN ALL IN AND THEN GIVE BACK. If you open up, bring it to the end, and they get off and take insurance. For some, it is probably even mathematically profitable. But I just want to play the regular cache like before. Insurance in the cash for me is some kind of evil. I do not understand. I don't even want to play. There is no interest in playing in the cash. In short, they made all sorts of lotions and there is no poker itself as a pure game. How can you talk about TRP when they come up with some insurance.

 
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Bigslow11

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Thanks for the explanation. The video of it in action looks wonky. Insurance seems to be one way of making up for some skill deficiency.
 
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I also don't like this option in seeing the cards to give up and lose a little bit. I even used it once, but the day came when I moved all in and my opponent showed a set and I folded, but on the turn I would have a bigger set.
 
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