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    Elite PokerOwned Member tp3rd's Avatar
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    Sick of carbon/merge badbeats?

    Then go to Bovada Poker!!! You wont be disappointed!! Play Carbon for the freerolls ,but if your'e gonna deposit your hard earned money playing poker,dont let Merge pilfer from you with their ridiculous onslaught of badbeat boards that occur on a regular basis. The action is way more "realistic/legit" in my opinion at Bovada,and you can be rest assured that the percentages hold up much better than the Carbon fiascos.

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    PokerOwned Demi-God ssuglia's Avatar
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    I play on both. I also play on several other sites. I see the "bad beats" on all of them.

    If you're truly looking to escape the bad beats, quit poker.

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    Elite PokerOwned Member tp3rd's Avatar
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    Got no problem with a bad beat. What I do have a problem with is the number of hands that percentage wise you should win pre and post flop only to lose them on fifth street on a continuous and regular basis. Its too disproportionate at Merge...thats all,and it just shouldnt be that way.

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    i've kept track of hands before thinking there were too many 2 and 3 outers hitting, but in the end, the percentages worked out. jWhat I think happens too often are the hands where numerous people have good hands. I flop a straight, someone has 2 pair, then hits fullhouse. I flop 2 pair and someone flops straight. I play live and seems like you can go for an hr and there is no real action, cause only one person hits anything, or neither and a bluff takes pot. Just doesnt seem like you go very long with no action with online poker, and people always seem to have something. but all sites are the same, i've played at a lot of them, (when we were allowed) and this is consistent with them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tp3rd View Post
    Got no problem with a bad beat. What I do have a problem with is the number of hands that percentage wise you should win pre and post flop only to lose them on fifth street on a continuous and regular basis. Its too disproportionate at Merge...thats all,and it just shouldnt be that way.
    Your playing the players not the cards. If a player plays a stupid hand and hits, it's not the sites fault or is it. Ohhh wait I see a little green man at my window. BRB going to go get my tin foil hat BRB..............................

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    PokerOwned Demi-God ssuglia's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drywallman3 View Post
    Your playing the players not the cards. If a player plays a stupid hand and hits, it's not the sites fault or is it. Ohhh wait I see a little green man at my window. BRB going to go get my tin foil hat BRB..............................
    Tell lilg to quit stalking you.

    20:52 <onehotdame> sug ...your the most helpful of Mods
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    PokerOwned God Drywallman3's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssuglia View Post
    Tell lilg to quit stalking you.
    lmao!!!! Now that is funny

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    PokerOwned Demi-God ssuglia's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by madjek View Post
    i've kept track of hands before thinking there were too many 2 and 3 outers hitting, but in the end, the percentages worked out. jWhat I think happens too often are the hands where numerous people have good hands. I flop a straight, someone has 2 pair, then hits fullhouse. I flop 2 pair and someone flops straight. I play live and seems like you can go for an hr and there is no real action, cause only one person hits anything, or neither and a bluff takes pot. Just doesnt seem like you go very long with no action with online poker, and people always seem to have something. but all sites are the same, i've played at a lot of them, (when we were allowed) and this is consistent with them all.
    I always ask the "rigged" crowd to show some sort of proof showing that the the sites are unfair, and they are never able to do so. Nice to see someone doing their homework on how the hands play out.

    I think the reason you see so many big hands vs big hands online compared to live is the plethora of bad (and new) players online. They play hands out of position and in horrible spots; the kind of stuff that is seen much less often live.

    20:52 <onehotdame> sug ...your the most helpful of Mods
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssuglia View Post
    Tell lilg to quit stalking you.
    wow lmao thats funny as hell
    poker terminology-
    Drawing Dead: If you call and hit your one outer.... I will kill you..!

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    PokerOwned God Drywallman3's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssuglia View Post
    I always ask the "rigged" crowd to show some sort of proof showing that the the sites are unfair, and they are never able to do so. Nice to see someone doing their homework on how the hands play out.

    I think the reason you see so many big hands vs big hands online compared to live is the plethora of bad (and new) players online. They play hands out of position and in horrible spots; the kind of stuff that is seen much less often live.
    This one statement should be patented man, because it is 100% true and accurate

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