If you read my blog from time to time, you should already be familiar with my recent “success” at PartyPoker; a scam site that introduced a brand new feature – dozens of bots (or fake players, no matter how you call those virtual opponents developed for cheating purposes by PartyPoker programmers) – several months ago. In case you don’t know what I’m talking about, jump to this post and read it carefully before continuing…
After playing at PartyPoker for almost a year, I can finally confirm all the rumors that started appearing on the Internet recently are true; PartyPoker is a scam running a huge army of fake players to get your money. I have no clue if it’s related to the fact that Antanas “TonyG” Guoga discontinued his partnership with PartyPoker a few months ago, but all the “problems” (not sure if it’s the best word to describe a scam) started about the same time. Dozens of longterm winning PartyPoker players noticed the highly increased number of silly beats and a great deal of new, unknown, yet extremely lucky players at every table. Needless to say, these fishes somehow make the most unbelievable draws with the help of a river card almost every time someone goes all-in.
So here’s the story… A local actor Vytautas Sapranauskas (finally) hanged himself yesterday. If you have no idea whom I’m talking about, don’t worry; he was just another (very often drunk) person mainly known by unschooled guys and girls who are interested in cheap and meaningless local TV shows. Sure thing, some will say he was the best, and I’m not going to argue (though I have a different opinion) because it’s another topic. For now, I just want to share my point of view with you, fellow readers.
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