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My opinion is irrelevant to the thousands of online poker players. They will most likely have lost hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on these online poker sites. They will defend it to the end, and then they will get nasty with the comments. They will have all the answers and excuses, and then they’ll follow in a neat line like lemmings jumping off a cliff.

Online poker is, in my opinion, the most significant scam that the internet has. It’s up there with the enlarged penis, guys (although I haven’t tried this product, I don’t think it would help). While some sites are better than others, I’ve played on most of them. After you deposit, you will see a steady stream of income. However, your bankroll will start to shrink, and you will need to make another deposit.

It’s incredible how many beats you can take online. I believe that most online poker sites cater to poor players because they must. These sinister players wouldn’t think they had a chance if only they won. They would never make another deposit. These poker players want to return business, so they must reward poor play.

You might think that I am accusing online gambling of being fixed. I said that it was a scam. The answer is no. It is possible to take the most skilled player in the world, give him 100 dollars, and then see if he can shine on that poker site. Although it may have happened once or twice, it is unlikely to happen again. This is because of the average deposit size that online casinos receive. There may be people who do it just for the sake of recreation. I can understand that, but it is not what my experience has been.

Online poker has been my favorite form of entertainment for the past four years. At that time, I also lost around 1000 dollars. I’ve mostly played sit-and-go tournaments at the limits of 2,5 and 10 dollars. I quit playing the ring games in the first year due to a pattern of people raising large and beating you on the river when they shouldn’t have. I have avoided the ring games since the beginning.

Online poker players know the stories about people who have “fixed” the outcome. They want to call me a crying baby that should buy a book to learn how to play. When I post my opinions on poker forums, I get called by every name in the book. And they love to use “fix” when I mention scams.

A scam means that there is no winner in the long term. You will become a customer, act like you are going to the grocery shop to buy milk, and make another deposit. You will see poker ads everywhere if you look at TV. For guys like me, I need to spend 500 dollars or be lucky enough to win a freeroll to get in on that game.

The fact is that you rarely see big-name players. If online poker were so great, these guys would play large numbers to catch the fish in the barrel.

Online poker is computer-generated. It’s not controlled with a hamster wheel; it’s run and managed by a computer. Everything done with a machine needs a program, even if it seems tic tac toe. The RNG or random number generator drives these computer programs. There is no 100% random program. The deal or the shuffle cannot be 100% random. That’s all there is to it. Professional gamblers don’t seem to play slot machines, I think.

There are many river beats (usually straight), and I saw two royal flushes at one poker table. In my entire life, I have only seen two royal colors. You might be wondering about me. Am I the crying baby that needs to read a book to learn how to play? Yes, I know how to play. They can be contacted at the South Florida Miccosukee or Dade County poker rooms. When I play live, I win almost every time, but I don’t often win online.

The United States Government took over 50 million dollars from online casino banks set to pay out winning customers (). Online gambling is prohibited in the United States.

Here’s where the fun begins. Some poker sites offer a way to find your “buddy” to chat with or play with. There have been stories of players who go to these rooms with laptops and air cards and then sit at a table together and take each other’s money. They know each other’s cards and raise accordingly. They don’t know what the cards of the payers are, but they play only in games with six players. If you have four against 2, it can get exciting.