Need someone with Sharkscope membership to run Bot list

RogueRivered

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I've spotted well over 100 bots on ACR and I'm only able to do 10 searches a day on sharkscope. I need someone with a membership to run a list I've taken down of these suspected Bots. You will see how their graphs all look the same, their stats are the same, their results are the same, etc.

I will PM the list to whoever wants to run them to see what I mean.
 
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You think they are bots because?
 
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do you think ACR knows? I would tell them for sure asap.
 
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Ive spotted over 2000 bots walking down my street, oh wait, then I woke up and realized I just watched AI again for the 100th time and fell asleep - are you sure you didnt do the same

does ACR even have 100 members?
 
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send them to me, ill run them, better yet send them to me and Ill go play them and tear their shitz up, bots aint nothing but 1/4 a bottom feeder
 
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do you think ACR knows? I would tell them for sure asap.

I told them about the first few I noticed, before I realized it was a massive problem. They said they were "investigating" and that they would take down suspected bots. Well, I haven't heard anything since then, and all the ones I told them about are still playing (24 hours a day, by the way).

send them to me, ill run them, better yet send them to me and Ill go play them and tear their shitz up, bots aint nothing but 1/4 a bottom feeder

I'd be happy to. I'm not sure you have an open mind, though. And I think you are missing the point about beating them. The way they do it is through shear volume of players in each tournament. They only play good hands, they force you to flip with them at later stages, they flip with each other -- you have to avoid them if you hope to make it far. Like I said before, it's like playing a video game where you only have one life, but your opponent has 100 or more. And whoever is running these things doesn't care which one wins, they always manage to push some through to the final stages of the tournament.
 
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They never sleep! More proof.

I went ahead and subscribed to SharkScope, and guess what the first thing I discovered was: these players I've identified as bots never sleep. Now does that tell you anything?
 
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have you tried to report them to the site you was playing on???
If you know and have stats, put it in the email....

on the other hand, if you know they are bot's, then you can take advantage of them and overbet most of the hand and they will fold most of their hands....
 
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It really is a problem. But the are easy money. The trick to finish is open a new game every 30 min, go all in with the best or worst hand, and get a stack. after the first hour things settle down. Kinda like a rebuy I play about twelve hours a day on ACR
 
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yeah the ACR are doing everything to stop the bots :))))...how do we know that the bots are not made by the ACR itself?
 
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You realize saying that you've identified "well over 100 bots" and providing no evidence just sounds like an excuse for losing money.
 
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You realize saying that you've identified "well over 100 bots" and providing no evidence just sounds like an excuse for losing money.

You're in the wrong thread if you want to see the evidence. I don't know how to link to it, but it's called "More Bot Research w/Links: Check it out please."

I believe we're approaching 150 bots on ACR now. I posted a list yesterday of around 100, but I know there are a lot more.
 
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Just saying that if you want to be taken seriously you're going to have to actually provide some meaningful data. The only point that is relevant you've made is that they play for 24/7. If you can prove that, cool. Otherwise saying things like this....

They only play good hands, they force you to flip with them at later stages, they flip with each other

.. isn't helping your cause bc you've just described a large majority of ACTUAL poker players.
 
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I posted a link to the spreadsheet that I made that showed how their statistics were almost exactly the same. You probably didn't see that. What I said above is just what to look for while you are watching them. You will see that they DO NOT play like humans -- but you have to watch it with your own eyes to notice it. Now that I know what I'm looking at, and for, it takes just a few seconds to look them up on SharkScope to confirm whether the screen name is human or bot. Believe me, no humans have consistently the same stats as these bots. I counted 162 of them last night, and probably missed several. That's around a third of the entrants in the tournament.

Here's the spreadsheet with the first 25 I looked up. (Finally figured out how to post Gyazo screen shots).

Actually, this is very hard to read on here, so here is the link, as well. Double click on the graphic to enlarge.
https://gyazo.com/6c54fc87380912f035c6aac43186064e

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