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Old 03-01-2018, 04:10 PM   #151
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adjective
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characterized by a slowness or limitation in intellectual understanding and awareness, emotional development, academic progress, etc.

Is it still an insult when the definition is spot on?

Well sir, you do realise your poor attempt of an insult falls on deaf ears?

It is not I who can not work out a simple probability question that the related answer was ?/3.

Maybe the word ostensible is too long for you too understand?
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:13 PM   #152
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Why can't any of you work out the answer is ?/3
I already pointed out (using that from the void stalker riggie) how things work in 3s, and he followed the column perfectly with his 3 posts.

Had you aligned your vector, then that would have been ostensible.

All the ?/3 best.
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:15 PM   #153
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I already pointed out (using that from the void stalker riggie) how things work in 3s, and he followed the column perfectly with his 3 posts.

Had you aligned your vector, then that would have been ostensible.

All the ?/3 best.

P1 ∈ {x} = 1

P1 ∈ {y} = ?


array

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Old 03-01-2018, 04:18 PM   #154
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Amount of years you have been pitching your manifesto >= 3

Amount of money you have earned exploiting the deal based on your manifesto <= 0 or 0/3 if you prefer.

All the ostensible best.
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:23 PM   #155
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x != y

?/3

he gonna fk online poker
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:23 PM   #156
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There is no Y axis in a poker deal.
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:23 PM   #157
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Amount of years you have been pitching your manifesto >= 3

Amount of money you have earned exploiting the deal based on your manifesto <= 0 or 0/3 if you prefer.

All the ostensible best.
I wish it could be exploited.
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:25 PM   #158
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There is no Y axis in a poker deal.

Yes there is if you are offered an axis change (different deck) because of the alignment of the array to the player.

Δx = y

→x


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Old 03-01-2018, 04:28 PM   #159
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x != y

?/3

he gonna fk online poker


I was hoping to fix it so I can go win my bracelet,
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:31 PM   #160
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There is no Y axis in a poker deal.
No one offers an axis change in poker
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:32 PM   #161
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Yes it easy to show. Below I will put some random sets
This is neat because it literally doesn't even attempt to answer my question.

You have some godawful theory that they generate arrays of thousands of shuffled decks then pick cards from random directions which leads to repeats when in actuality the decks that get generated are literally a list of all 52 possible cards which are then "dealt" in the order they're generated in.
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:34 PM   #162
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I am not a fish by the way

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Old 03-01-2018, 04:36 PM   #163
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No one offers an axis change in poker
Correct, online poker always runs the array by the y axis.
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:38 PM   #164
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This is neat because it literally doesn't even attempt to answer my question.

You have some godawful theory that they generate arrays of thousands of shuffled decks then pick cards from random directions which leads to repeats when in actuality the decks that get generated are literally a list of all 52 possible cards which are then "dealt" in the order they're generated in.

I have a provable theory. Understand it is ostensible, please do not get upset or angry . I am trying to improve the online game and also showing why it is not rigged.
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:39 PM   #165
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wow monteroy you are still around here?paycheck from pokerstars must be good.

what i was wondering, do you actually play on pokerstars(playmoney does not count) or are you talking out of your ass once again?

proof me wrong
His ass-kicking and "take his ball and go home" responses culminating w a temp ban is an enjoyable read in the trump thread in politics. He was shoved back in this hole where he finally remembers a riggie from three years ago that he can relentlessly ridicule. I wonder if pk made it to the infamous riggie list. Maybe he will post it again.

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Old 03-01-2018, 04:39 PM   #166
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Correct, online poker always runs the array by the y axis.
OK, so no X axis then.

You have a standing column of 52 cards top-to-bottom.

There is no X axis.
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:48 PM   #167
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OK, so no X axis then.

You have a standing column of 52 cards top-to-bottom.

There is no X axis.

You still have the x-axis in the array, but we always play the y-axis . Y linear array is not the same as the x linear array.


We should be seated here

us {1,2,3}{1,2,3}


But we are actually seated here



{1,2,3}
{1,2,3}
us


I do understand this is all hard to understand, if we keep discussing I am sure you will follow the logic and analysis and end up understanding.
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:50 PM   #168
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Angry Is online poker flawed, fundamentally?

Let us start with a basic 2 dimensional array , a 2 dimensional array is rows and columns.

example

123
123
123


We shall define each horizontal row is x and define that each vertical row is y .you all understand so far?
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:52 PM   #169
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I am not a fish by the way
6 cashes in the past 9 years, impressive.
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I have a provable theory.
In what way is it provable. Do you somehow have access to the arrays you think Stars is using?
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:58 PM   #170
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6 cashes in the past 9 years, impressive.
In what way is it provable. Do you somehow have access to the arrays you think Stars is using?

I have had obviously more than six cashes, those were some of my best examples, it was to show the size of the runners I can beat to get to the final tables. I can run a 38% itm , at the moment I have intentionally dropped that to about 15%.
I can easily get a five star aces ranking on 45 man's, performances where I have done 7 final tables in a row including a hat trick of first places.


In answer to your question, I do not need access to stars to understand their array.

Once the decks are in a que system, then the array is created.


A single deck of cards is a linear array . 2 decks of cards makes a 2 dimensional array.
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Old 03-01-2018, 05:07 PM   #171
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BUT...and you continually ignore.....

A poker hand is only from one array.

If you have 10,000 decks sitting next to each other, you have an array of decks in the X.

THEY ARE COMPLETELY independent of the array of each deck in the Y

There is no X array in poker that is RELEVENT to a poker hand or series of hands

The two arrays X&Y are independent
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I can run a 38% itm , at the moment I have intentionally dropped that to about 15%.
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BUT...and you continually ignore.....

A poker hand is only from one array.

If you have 10,000 decks sitting next to each other, you have an array of decks in the X.

THEY ARE COMPLETELY independent of the array of each deck in the Y

There is no X array in poker that is RELEVENT to a poker hand or series of hands

The two arrays X&Y are independent
I am sorry I am ahead of myself, I already understand the ostensible so I already know what you mean and I can answer you by just using x if you like.



So let us set up a row of decks , we will call the decks x1,x2, x3, etc



you - {x1}{x2}{x3}{x4}{x5}{x6}{x7}{x8}


Are you happy with that arrangement?
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Old 03-01-2018, 05:16 PM   #174
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His ass-kicking and "take his ball and go home" responses culminating w a temp ban is an enjoyable read in the trump thread in politics. He was shoved back in this hole where he finally remembers a riggie from three years ago that he can relentlessly ridicule. I wonder if pk made it to the infamous riggie list. Maybe he will post it again.

All the best.
The second riggie from the void today! One more is due.

The politics foray was fun for everyone, myself included, and the heat there was quite a bit more gentle and relaxing than what has at times come from here. There I am told I am an arrogant *****, which at times is valid. From this thread I get PMs such as

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go sukk my dick u think I give a **** to your reporting, ur such a ****** ******* that i will kill your ****ing azz if i ever see u.
I had zero issues with the mods there eventually telling everyone to be quiet, as they were protecting that thread and their younglings in it. This thread is obviously less moderated in that regard, which is fine (for both threads). Zero hard feelings from me toward anyone there, and I would be surprised if a single person in that thread (except perhaps you) has any hard feelings as well, or thought any of the interactions mattered.

Regarding this other riggie - until yesterday I have never seen nor heard of him until his initial spew here, but a simple search of his threads shows how long he has been at it, so he technically does not count as the 3rd void riggie (since I don't think he ever posted in this thread directly before). I guess we can say we are up to 2.5/3

To his credit, he also is a lot more fun than stalker void riggies like you so...


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I wish it could be exploited.
All riggies say that.

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I am not a fish by the way
All riggies believe that.

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I have a provable theory.
All riggies say that. None prove it.


Can you explain your ?/3 theory as it applies to 9/11? both have a "/" in them so there should be a vector between them. Thanks in advance.

All the best.
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Old 03-01-2018, 05:22 PM   #175
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I am sorry I am ahead of myself, I already understand the ostensible so I already know what you mean and I can answer you by just using x if you like.

Please stop using that word. You often have used it incorrectly in the past.

So let us set up a row of decks , we will call the decks x1,x2, x3, etc



you - {x1}{x2}{x3}{x4}{x5}{x6}{x7}{x8}


Are you happy with that arrangement?
And each deck has an array going north and south with each deck having the 52 "cards"

Please do not attempt to demonstrate that there is a relationship between {x1} and {x2} other than they share a table between to hold a beer.
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