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Saturday, July 30, 2011

Well I make that lost post and all of a sudden this happens many times

So I take it back. Doyles room is the same as everywhere else. I mean 4th place gets 50 bucks. I am sitting back and chilling and this happens. This CANNOT and I repeat CANNOT be random. On the bubble...BS.

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Paradox said...

Seriously, I'm a pretty mild and unassuming fellow. But there are certain topics I've been funneled into by real life that has deposited me into raising an eyebrow about the inconsistencies of Internet poker.

I've lead a full and happy life, and I hope to continue to do so. But, if I don't wake up tomorrow I hope the last electrons squirting through my synapses remind me that I've convinced 30+ people I directly know of and maybe hundreds of others that playing for real money on poker sites is a collosal waste of time fraud.

Thanks to your efforts I get all school girl giggedly everytime I Google Full Tilt and read the Wiki page and EVERYTHING IS IN THE PAST TENSE.

Tilt is gone. PokerStars and Absolute/UB may have been able to pay off the American depositors, but the cardplay still indicates a ton of cheating.

Peace bro.

TheHandHistoryVault said...

Hey, I really thought you would have posted this by now. Here's an article from Mid September that you'll find very pleasing. http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/sep/20/full-tilt-poker-ponzi-scheme