Originally Posted by yeaFMLdegen
the fact u didnt give him action on stars originally must make u a bumhunter right?
multiaccounting is part of high stake poker, it always has been and always will be imo. If 'THISCANTGOWRONG' and FMyLife live together then what is stopping Fmylife telling his roommate to sit you and play, with Fmylife telling his friend exactly what to do on every street (think people in the tournament world call this ghosting) is this wrong? obviously not ethical but i guarantee this happens every single day and always will when coaches do sessions with their students. (maybe not every hand but my point is were do you draw the line?) there isn't a great deal of difference who's on the 'THISCANTGOWRONG' account if they live together, because as far as i know ghosting isn't illegal which means it may as well be FMylife clicking the buttons.
Go read what happened again. I gave him action, but he played superslow so I quit him. I give him action almost every day. He's the one who has been refusing me action for six months until a month ago.
I don't even comment the ghost stuff cause that part of your post is borderline retarded.
FWIW, FMyLife also has 2 roommates who play on the same 6max highstakes tables as him all the time. What's stopping them from colluding, softplaying or sharing action at the tables which would all give them a decent extra edge against other players? By your reasoning, it's fine cause oh well, they're roommates so what else would you expect them to do?