Hello goodnight. In the poker groups I attend, an issue has been raised, which
I found it interesting; it would be about players facing not other players but robots from the sites themselves.
This is a very serious issue, as it affects the credibility of poker sites.
Another issue is the big difference in the numbers of winning plays that players from the countries of the former "SOVIET UNION" achieve compared to the others.
Enough to be monstrous. This issue has been much debated in the groups as well.
Have they made these arguments with you?
Distrust arises because we do not see the opponent on the other side through video chat, although current technology is able to offer players an environment with video chat, in poker rooms, the sites do not, why is it, perhaps the answer is the bots .
But I don't believe that the bots if they exist, they are from expert and fradulent players , I believe that if they exist, they are the site itself, it is possible in the virtual environment you are playing against the poker room itself, on the other hand this would not be a totality, for example in a virtual table of poker between 6 to 9 players, part of this could be bots from the room itself, or all of them, it would depend a lot.
Note that at online poker tables many players have very similar names with encrypted codes , and have nothing to do with any characters that inspire the people of that country where the player is called.
To observe this, you must first know the language that speaks that country and then you will see that certain players have names that seem to be more robotic cryptography, and this you can observe in your own language.
Another thing that makes us suspicious of online poker is that no one is so lucky or so unlucky, as it is very common, even more so in cash gamers, for you to lose with A ♦ A ♥ , K ♣ K ♠ , Q ♥ Q ♣ , cards of this level for weak cards, like 9 ♠ 6 ♠ , 10 ♥ 2 ♥ , and even playing the 3 to 5 bets right , or even going all in on pr é flop . Usually when this happens, the player opens his hand with 3 bets , then the flop comes something like 5 ♥ -2 ♣ -10 ♥ , and as you hold a strong hand, you will do everything to make a profit, but the player pays knowing that there are few odds
, so in the post flop comes 8 ♦ and later 3 ♥ , and that you lose with your pair of AA.
When this happened to me in 4 situations, I realized that the player who held the most honest hand took time to respond in all situations, maybe the system took time to change the cards that would come so that I could lose and have a loss and he himself won, in which case it wouldn't be a bot , it would be the system itself deceiving to make a profit beyond the game fees we pay to play.
initial phases the player manages to raise a good amount of chips, but the cards change, the player starts to receive bad cards that do not statistically give much probability of winning, and when he receives a playable card he receives UTG, so when he calls to see he doesn't find anything on the flop , and the other players start raising and raising , taking all his chips, the system loves to make you hold UTG, KQ, of any suit, and on the flop the system likes to put there A-8-J, then you pay to see the next card that usually comes anything that doesn't form a type 2 sequence, but the other player asks high, normally this will weaken you in the play, during the rest of the tournament making you go all , or being frank for the bubble phase, but the system does this to you after many hands receiving bad cards, so your patience runs out and you are desperate to make a move for the better improve your placement in tournaments.
Concluding online poker is fraudulent, disagree who wants to disagree, opinion is free, and even for those who disagree remember that here you are a long time freeroll player and never developed anything in poker, you can consider the freeroll of the poker sites as a simple after sales if you deposited and lost everything, as usual.