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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Just to add insult to injury

I get an aggressive player who pushes all in after every flop. I decide to make the call. Guess what RUNNER RUNNER again. This is BS. I am now thinking this website may provide evidence for my lawsuit against full tilt.

6 comments:

jadedconformist said...

LMAO. You know, I always used to wonder that about Full Tilt. I have great runs every now and then, but when the bad beats happen, they're just BAD. Over the past couple of days, I've brought my $140 up to $450, and I want to continue tonight, against my better judgement. I should realize by now that I should just stop while I'm ahead - but no, I insist on returning. Not to mention, I can't even fucking cash-out so easily anymore! It's going to take me probably three weeks to setup my account to get a check sent to me. It took them eight days to respond to my e-mail the other day as well. But anyway, good luck with poker, if you continue to do it. I know I'm going to play online tonight and regret it.

Crazydiggity said...

Good luck. My thoughts are that they track your percentage gain on your investment and once you hit that certain point they cut you off. Its not that hard to throw some "random" cards out there to take you out before the money. People think it is way to hard to track everyone.....I dont think they have to....we download the software and they use our own computers to track us. Just a thought...

jadedconformist said...

well, I played again last night - I played a couple $10 SNG's and one $30+3 SNG. In the end, I came out with $35 less. I had AA and this guy was calling me all the way down; I finally went all in on the river when another A hit, only to find that he hit his Ace high straight. Seriously.

rounding said...

I agree. I recently stopped playing at Full Tilt altogether. Those are percetanges that hold up in real life never seem to hold up at Full Tilt.

http://rounding.wordpress.com/2008/06/29/taking-beats/

rounding said...

Count me in when that lawsuit goes through ;-)

eldave said...

Concur - I have been keeping track of all my All In showdowns the last month - I win as a Favorite only 51% of the time. I lose as a Dog 70% of the time. Worst - I lose as a favorite facing elimination more than 70% of the time!! That does not add up.