Welcome to everyone who found the site. Whether you believe its random or you believe its not. Here is some evidence on the site. Based on e-mail from readers I have gotten I will attempt to make this a better all around poker site. Sure beats will still be discussed but maybe we can get some blog reader tourneys going or have blog readers invite others and share there own tourney wins and losses via blogs. Just send me an e-mail I will attempt to create a network of poker blogs.

Believers and.........Non-Believers

Saturday, September 29, 2012

I get back on after months off and....

Yup. Still happening. Before the rebuys have even stopped. I am out. This guy hit trip 7's two hands before this one. Can it be more clearly rigged? I have AA. I should feel pretty dam confident with this hand. But I knew I would lose. I can feel it now. I hope on a table I know when I am going to win and lose a hand before it plays out. This site in particular is now worse than Full Tilt. There are only certain players that win ALL THE TIME.

These players arent "better" than most of the players, in actuality they are worse. This guy in the picture, he wins all the time, however he plays the worst hands. He is either given the cards to win, or he knows what is coming. I mean hitting trips means you have one or two outs tops. You are talking about 8% hands at best, and normally 2%. Yet, in this tourney alone, one of the first I have played in months, he hits trips twice withikn 3 hands.

Someone please explain it...

Saturday, June 16, 2012

ACES Continue to Lose

Yes, this was all in preflop. Yes, I typed in the box before the cards hit that a King would come. Yes, I knew I would lose this hand. Why you may ask yourself? Because it is written into the code.

I had about 150 chips less than this guy. We are maybe 20 people from the money and why do I lose? Because the bigger stack will always win. This allows the tourney to move faster, so that people have to rebuy and play other tourneys.


Its part of the software and is code that is written in. Simply put I have actually reached the point where if I am chip leader at my table 15-20 places before the money I will call each and every all in that happens, no matter what I have. If I have 2 7 off all in. I will win, I know it. People call me crazy when I point these things out and then call me a genius when I prove it to them in these games.

As an example I was at a table the tourney before this one, had three people all in, 5 spots from the money. I sat there with a 48 off suit and called there all ins. The all in hands were JJ, A 10, and KQ. I should lose this hand right? Nope. The flop is 982, turn K, river 8. Yup. I know it was coming. It is truly one of the unrandom codes that I can confirm is fixed in this site.

Monday, April 30, 2012

ACES have lost 7 times in row.

Will it stop? Doesnt seem like it. The site is clearly rigged, I said something or did something, and they are taking everything from me.

Sunday, April 29, 2012

ACES have lost six time in a row...

How can anyone explain this at this point? Six times today I have had aces. 6 times I have lost to a flush on the river. This site needs to be shut down now. Its clearly and simply rigged to make winning players lose.


How does this continue? Weeks upon weeks of people making bad calls and hitting a 2 outer or less on the river. Can anyone explain this? I have not won with the best hand in weeks. My loss is always on the river. It is impossible at this point to say this is random. It clearly is a rigged system.

 Donkey Bitch of the week #2 ANGELMARINOY!

Monday, April 23, 2012


Yes indeed. This happened. This is an all in on the turn with one card to go and two callers. Why this idiot would call a raise with a 49 to begin with is beyond me. Then the guy has the nerve to tell me he made the correct read and went all in because he knew his odds of hitting it were good. Really??

So you knew your odds of hitting a freaking ONE OUTER were good? LOL. Find this guy on cash games and play him. He will pay your bills. DONKEY OF THE WEEK.

ACESWILD1KING...winner of the first donkey of the week award.

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Two Straight Tourneys

and two times I lose with AA vs KK. The chances of this being random are astronomical. The first beat cost me 120 bucks. The second one cost me 85. Explain to me how it is possible that in 9 years of playing poker I have never won with KK vs AA, but in the course of 4 hours I lose with it at a final table twice. Random my ass.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Back To Full Tilt Poker For a Minute

So I have been asked quite a few times what is going on with Full Tilt Poker? Well the answer to that question is outside of the US and a few additional countries, Full Tilt never went offline. If you happened to live in Russia, China, or one of the smaller European countries there was never even an interruption in service. This is why at all recent tournaments you saw multiple pro's still wearing FT gear...they are still getting paid. All while the North American continent and parts of Europe are without FT and without their funds which FT cant pay. This is the fact of the matter. Full Tilt LLC is fully operational and functioning and making money without paying us back.

Full Tilt Inc. however is shut down by the federal government and will remain that way until they pay US players back their money. The reason for this post is that it appears that the Full Tilt Inc. sale is pretty much a done deal at this point.


Multiple sites have confirment that the sale is very near to being finalized and what that means for us players that do not have access to FT currently is that our accounts will either have to be operational again when the site comes back up. OR they will have to pay out all of the funding that is owed and we will have to create new accounts to play on the site again.

Personally, I look forward to the site coming back. It was the best software in terms of playability out there.....even though it was rigged and not random (oh come now, you know I have to say that). BUT and here is where my thoughts kick in, I dont think enough was done to these players who were reaping the benefits of this pyramid scheme.

What was done on FT was no different than what was done by Bernie Madoff and he is behind bars for the rest of his life. I think Howard Lederer and the rest of his crew need the same treatment, Throw them in jail for 10 years, let legitimate poker professionals take over the site. It seems as if everyone who had a hand in this is going to get away basically penalty free and will reap the benefits and profits of this sale. I really dont think this is right.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Americas Cardroom is so bad...

Yes. This has been happening all day. Literally all day. Three outers or less on the river, after of course, the long river hesitation. I knew this card was coming before it hit. As soon as the computer "delayed" dealing the river to think about the card. Poof there is was. Some people say "ahh well its poker, it happens." Yeah I agree it does. But if it happens for these people, it would have to at least sometimes happen for me right? Right?? Never does however.

For those wondering, yes, this was an all in on the turn. This donkey called me with two overs on the board on the turn all in with two outs to hit the river.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Americas Cardroom is AWFUL

Doyles Room was a great experience and offered what seemed like real card play. I had months of experience on there and then........it was bought by Americas Cardroom. And everything changed rapidly.
Americas Cardroom from day one of the conversion is a complete and total different experience. It is just plain awful. It is on par with Full Tilt Poker Awful (Full Tilt which was bought by French Investors and is back up and running by the way, while American players have not received their money back and probably never will). From the first day that this site started the beats have been unrandom and unrealistic. It has become like FT poker, I can call what cards are coming before they are dealt and know when a bad beat is coming. Many of the same factors observed on FT are back into play on the site. If you are thinking of making an investment on a site, dont choose this site, you may as well throw your money in the trash.

Some of the same observed traits have reappeared:

- There is the dreaded river hesitation where you can tell the computer had to "think" about what card to deal to beat your hand which was ahead at the time. This hesitation is clear and evident as the card takes 1-2 seconds longer to fall than other cards and will always, always, result in a bad beat.

- The larger stack of a tourney will hit a bad hand and beat the lower stacks. This happens all the time and the only explanation for it is that this is an easy way for the site to speed up the tourney. On AC this is particular bad right before the rebuys end and right before the money. Usually players tighten up before the money. On this site that tight hand of AA or KK or AK, will inevitably lose to an 83 or 59. I see this happen all the time.

- Simply put the faster the tourney ends the quicker you enter the next tourney and the site makes more money.

- Just like on FT, AC has foreign players that make very very "strange" calls. I will identify them for you here. There locations will be Puerto Ordaz or Caracas. These players are paid players. They fill seats on the site and their play is just plain awful. But heres the thing, they make bad calls, but they usually win, so it is not good to have "bad" players on the site. Right before I started posting this today in a double up tourney I had KK and raised, got reraised by a Caracas player and I went all in. He called me with a 10 6 off suit. Flop is 4710 turn J river (with hesitation) 10.

          - Ask yourself, how many people would call all in a $30 buy in tourney with a 10 6 off and expect to win? The answer is no one. No one makes that call unless they know they are going to win. Something is very off with these players that have locations of Puerto Ordaz or Caracas. If you play on the site and you dont believe this, review everyones location at your table, I guarantee at least one person has this location at every table. And watch their play. You will notice they always win hands in which they were way behind.

The really odd thing is, they are almost always at the final table as well. Makes good business sense. If you pay players to play poker, it seems pretty simple that you would allow them to win so that the winnings would in turn go back to Americas Cardroom.

My recommendation. Stay away from AC. Far away. Online poker will be legalized soon as the IRS needs money. Wait for a legitimate site, AC is as rigged as FT.

Doyles Room Review

Havent posted in quite a while. But had to get some play time in before I could post any thoughts. Well here is the deal. My play time on Doyles Room seemed 100% legitimate and actually random. I saw good hands win the majority of the time and there wasnt a whole bunch of "strange" calls. That being said Doyles Room doesnt exist any longer and the change to Americas Cardroom is whole different story...