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Old 03-20-2018, 04:06 PM   #84201
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Yet you never cash out when you reach 1k after more than a dozen times. Do you continue to play out of charity or something like that, knowing you're going to lose it?
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Old 03-20-2018, 04:58 PM   #84202
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I even opened an account in my wife's name on acr to see and sure enough a heater and good times in sued.
WPN has like a dozen skins but you chose to multi-account this way instead, lol.
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Old 03-20-2018, 09:33 PM   #84203
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Yet you never cash out when you reach 1k after more than a dozen times. Do you continue to play out of charity or something like that, knowing you're going to lose it?
Are you assuming I don't cash out some?

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WPN has like a dozen skins but you chose to multi-account this way instead, lol.
Do they have more than a dozen? Do you assume as well?

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Old 03-21-2018, 03:05 PM   #84204
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Are you assuming I don't cash out some?
People don't usually come in here whining about winning too much.
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Do they have more than a dozen? Do you assume as well?
It's not exactly a huge leap to assume that you didn't sign up for every possible WPN skin before using your wife's info. A thousand pardons if you did.
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Old 03-21-2018, 03:09 PM   #84205
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Are you assuming I don't cash out some?
Well yes, else you wouldn't be crying here about losing it back. Can't lose it if you cash out you know. Or are you saying you're winning and also whining?
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Old 03-21-2018, 06:08 PM   #84206
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Well yes, else you wouldn't be crying here about losing it back. Can't lose it if you cash out you know. Or are you saying you're winning and also whining?
Who was crying, I was just wondering if anyone had an opinion on why this happens. You guys come from a different world, not everyone is whining or retarded even if they post something here. You both are a couple of asses. Lol I love poker players, there all smarter than everyone and/or vitctims. I guess all poker players are millenials now? I should just start assuming everyone's an idiot from now on, got to keep up with the times!
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Old 03-21-2018, 06:51 PM   #84207
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Who was crying, I was just wondering if anyone had an opinion on why this happens.
It does not. If it did then as has been suggested - you can simply create new accounts over and over in your sister/brother/dogs/cats etc name and make a quick grand each time with the new player rungood.


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lol I love poker players, there all smarter than everyone and/or vitctims. I guess all poker players are millenials now?
You are probably the only poker player in that discussion, so you kind of have a weird way of debating points. Perhaps your wife should post for you in future.


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I should just start assuming everyone's an idiot from now on, got to keep up with the times!
I assume that with riggies, especially ones who say they have a very easy way to make $1,000/week over and over exploiting a rig, yet they never actually do it.

Hint, when you choose to make 50,000+ a year exploiting this new player boomswitch (or a bit less, just pay friends and family a small cut to create accounts that you fund since as a new player they cannot lose) - do it without drawing so much attention to yourself! You can even expand by teaching others how to do it and get a cut of their action as they gnome it up. Create a version of Amway with you at the top of your personal pyramid. Get a fancy crown to wear when you do that. 6 figures per year exploiting the rig awaits you, even if you are a whiny millenial poker player, or whatever. Less talk, and more money! Stop hating money. The onlt flaw will be if your rig theory is incorrect, but that reality represents no downside to me, so go for it!

All the best.
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Old 03-21-2018, 10:39 PM   #84208
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It does not. If it did then as has been suggested - you can simply create new accounts over and over in your sister/brother/dogs/cats etc name and make a quick grand each time with the new player rungood.




You are probably the only poker player in that discussion, so you kind of have a weird way of debating points. Perhaps your wife should post for you in future.




I assume that with riggies, especially ones who say they have a very easy way to make $1,000/week over and over exploiting a rig, yet they never actually do it.

Hint, when you choose to make 50,000+ a year exploiting this new player boomswitch (or a bit less, just pay friends and family a small cut to create accounts that you fund since as a new player they cannot lose) - do it without drawing so much attention to yourself! You can even expand by teaching others how to do it and get a cut of their action as they gnome it up. Create a version of Amway with you at the top of your personal pyramid. Get a fancy crown to wear when you do that. 6 figures per year exploiting the rig awaits you, even if you are a whiny millenial poker player, or whatever. Less talk, and more money! Stop hating money. The onlt flaw will be if your rig theory is incorrect, but that reality represents no downside to me, so go for it!

All the best.
I was talking about the people who comented on my original post. All of you put words in my mouth and spewed your warped perceptions onto me. Are you all stoned? You guys think I really care why this has happened to me many times? I find it more amusing than anything and was wondering if any one had the same experience.
And just for the record I am not and would never consider myself a poker player. Most poker players seem strange and not very pleasant. Alot of passive aggressive bs going on. I thought I might get a laugh throwing that out, that **** don't translate at all on here.
I'll make my six figures the old fashion way, steal land and exploit people less fortunate than me.

Thanks
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Old 03-21-2018, 10:48 PM   #84209
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I for one, am stoned. Regardless, what you're describing is an effect I have perceived before, and I'm sure many others have. It's more to do with your mindset and play style when you take a break and deposit. There's a good chance this is when you're playing your best and most logical game. After a while when you play many hours for many days and weeks, it's possible to play worse. Poker is actually a very monotonous game and after a while your judgements can become clouded in the repetition of actions (eg, if betting here worked why wouldn't it work again?), leading to poorer and less static decision making based on the situation at hand. I call this the Ruo effect.
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Old 03-22-2018, 01:08 AM   #84210
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I for one, am stoned. Regardless, what you're describing is an effect I have perceived before, and I'm sure many others have. It's more to do with your mindset and play style when you take a break and deposit. There's a good chance this is when you're playing your best and most logical game. After a while when you play many hours for many days and weeks, it's possible to play worse. Poker is actually a very monotonous game and after a while your judgements can become clouded in the repetition of actions (eg, if betting here worked why wouldn't it work again?), leading to poorer and less static decision making based on the situation at hand. I call this the Ruo effect.
Thanks you sir, you have given me back my faith in humanity. Cheers!
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Old 03-22-2018, 01:16 AM   #84211
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Numbnutlow just admit you feel kinda STUPID for making that post.
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Old 03-22-2018, 04:16 AM   #84212
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Apparently his method of restoring his faith in humanity is to whine about his hatred of money in a riggie thread. Strange, but whatever works.
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Old 03-22-2018, 12:55 PM   #84213
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Apparently his method of restoring his faith in humanity is to whine about his hatred of money in a riggie thread. Strange, but whatever works.
Why troll so hard? Well I bet you can go harder and better....whatever works for you.
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Old 03-22-2018, 01:19 PM   #84214
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I would try harder if I knew I could make an easy 1K a week doing it, and then stopping when I hit the 1K mark, but that's where we are different, since I like money.

As played, this is hardly trolling as no effort is needed given the eye rolling bad of your initial posts (other than the get off my lawn anti-millennial comment which was LOLrandom and mildly amusing).

All the best.
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Old 03-22-2018, 02:40 PM   #84215
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I would try harder if I knew I could make an easy 1K a week doing it, and then stopping when I hit the 1K mark, but that's where we are different, since I like money.

As played, this is hardly trolling as no effort is needed given the eye rolling bad of your initial posts (other than the get off my lawn anti-millennial comment which was LOLrandom and mildly amusing).

All the best.
Hey man I feel your post where equally as bad if not worst. Poor assumptions and the lack of basic reading comprehension makes for a great exchange of ideas. I am sure you think you are the smartest guy in the room, being as that you know what others are thinking better than they do.

All the best to you trolly!
You are the man!
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Old 03-22-2018, 04:29 PM   #84216
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Hey man I feel your post where equally as bad if not worst.
In this thread I try to post at the level of the riggie, which generally factors in their need for an "not me, you!" style reply. Riggies are like pets, you need to feed them some tasty treats now and then to keep them happy, so here is a Beggin Strip post for you.


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Poor assumptions and the lack of basic reading comprehension makes for a great exchange of ideas.
Ooh, a great exchange of ideas based on basic reading comprehension. Okie dokie, let's just look at what you said here, and I will bold the important words just for you.

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Why is it everytime, and I mean everytime, I open a new account and deposit I run like god. I can not lose. Same thing happens when I'm gone from a site for awhile and then redeposit, I run like God to the point that I feel bad. I can't miss a flop and I always get there. I turn 100 bucks into a grand in a week, then boom back to the normal world. This has happened more than a dozens times over the last 2 years. I even opened an account in my wife's name on acr to see and sure enough a heater and good times in sued. Riddle me that batman?
So breaking it down, the riddle seem simple.

If you can make 1K a week every time, then why not do that over and over? After all, it happened more than a "dozens times" as you so eloquently put it as the good times "in sued."

You are a strange variant of that really old joke (which given your geezer style yelling before, you will appreciate).

Riggie: Doctor, I make $1,000 whenever I do this with my arm!
Doctor: Well, keep doing that!


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I am sure you think you are the smartest guy in the room, being as that you know what others are thinking better than they do.
I can assure you that I do not place you on thinking, thus you are immune from being analyzed in that regard.

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You are the man!
No need to have you wife post for you as well.


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Old 03-23-2018, 10:40 AM   #84217
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In this thread I try to post at the level of the riggie, which generally factors in their need for an "not me, you!" style reply. Riggies are like pets, you need to feed them some tasty treats now and then to keep them happy, so here is a Beggin Strip post for you.




Ooh, a great exchange of ideas based on basic reading comprehension. Okie dokie, let's just look at what you said here, and I will bold the important words just for you.



So breaking it down, the riddle seem simple.

If you can make 1K a week every time, then why not do that over and over? After all, it happened more than a "dozens times" as you so eloquently put it as the good times "in sued."

You are a strange variant of that really old joke (which given your geezer style yelling before, you will appreciate).

Riggie: Doctor, I make $1,000 whenever I do this with my arm!
Doctor: Well, keep doing that!




I can assure you that I do not place you on thinking, thus you are immune from being analyzed in that regard.



No need to have you wife post for you as well.


All the best.
Well if I am a riggie, you are the trollie.
I was hoping the riddle me this batman at the end of my op would let people know I am not that serious.
But to be honest I do keep doing it ,and I do keep making money, it really is strange. Now that I think about I am going to open some more accounts in my dog, son, and mom's name! Wpn does not seem to mind multiple accounts.
Hell I am not a riggie, I am the Rigster!
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Old 03-24-2018, 09:51 AM   #84218
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I play poker for a very long time. But this time was divided into "before" and "after". "Before" everything was relatively normal, I earned money in poker. "After" it became bad, the room just stopped giving me winning hands. On the table of coincidence stupidly come on "holidays". As a result, you yourself understand that if nothing is given, then you will not gain anything.

I'm now playing only freerolls, so there was simply no money left for the game.

I await your advice.
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Old 03-24-2018, 09:53 AM   #84219
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I have everything now just like this

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Old 03-24-2018, 09:54 AM   #84220
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You probably just started sucking at poker compared to players that did study.
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Old 03-24-2018, 10:01 AM   #84221
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You probably just started sucking at poker compared to players that did study.
I have been playing poker for a long time. 3 years was normal, and then came the total hell. He played about 10,000 tournaments one on one.
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Old 03-25-2018, 05:52 AM   #84222
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I have everything now just like this

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I have been playing poker for a long time. 3 years was normal, and then came the total hell. He played about 10,000 tournaments one on one.
And never raised the button LOL dude you must be trolling, but made my morning laughs TY (why did I even watch this ? Kelvis was right LDO)

Hilarious

Maybe you should copy the other players style, you might even make some money.

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Old 03-25-2018, 07:11 AM   #84223
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And never raised the button LOL dude you must be trolling, but made my morning laughs TY (why did I even watch this ? Kelvis was right LDO)

Hilarious

Maybe you should copy the other players style, you might even make some money.
Did you need to raise to give him more chips? Explain why it was necessary to raise?
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Old 03-25-2018, 08:21 AM   #84224
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Did you need to raise to give him more chips? Explain why it was necessary to raise?
You raise to try to win more chips, not to give them to your opponent.

Read this summary that explains it in simple terms:

https://www.partypoker.com/how-to-pl...e-or-call.html
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Old 03-25-2018, 09:22 AM   #84225
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In other words, it has me irrevocably, and in freerolls where there is more than $ 5 prize money in small tournaments. Nothing to do is not possible



"Big" freeroll.
At first she gave AK and 77 (for rejoice). Then a complete nurse. And like a cherry on the cake A7 <KJ on the push-up.
Bluffs naturally are not at all with such characters, who prick every **** confidently and soon.


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