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Proof Full Tilt is Rigged !

69 2009-05-09 23:29:55

In an effort to prove that Full Tilt is rigged, I am going to post a couple of screen shots here that say it all ! This first one shows how the flop is rigged to suit only the big stack, the smaller stacks have no chance, with flops like this !


Railbird image uploaded: May 9, 2009 12:06 pm


If that first one didn't convince you, than this one surely will !


Railbird image uploaded: May 9, 2009 12:06 pm


Now after than, who can dispute that Full Tilt is rigged for the big stack to win ?...Ok, now if that is the case, I guess the big question would be, what , or how do you get to be the big stack, and take advantage of this ?..... That is really quite simple !...You play preminum starting hands only, and you play them with aggression ! You also play your position with strength, and fold when you think you are beat, but most of all, you have the patience to sit there and wait on those hands !


Now I have a question for you :  When you sit down with the goal of turning you $50 buy in into $200, and you reach it, but the next hand dealt comes before you can stand up, and is a playable hand, do you play it, or fold it and get the hell out of Dodge ?....Like this situation : I had just turned over the $200 mark on the previous hand, and was dealt this pocket pair, what is your move here, and why ?


Full Tilt Poker Game #12118760797: Table Morning (deep) - $0.10/$0.25 - No Limit Hold'em - 12:52:49 ET - 2009/05/09

Seat 1: NJGoGoBoy ($99.53)

Seat 2: pkesseli ($46.87)

Seat 3: megsUout1424 ($31.48)

Seat 4: Monty_G_77 ($25)

Seat 5: BoumQueckirr ($46.95)

Seat 6: Makne ($25)

Seat 7: Topcat1954 ($206.74)

Seat 8: king720 ($12.61)

Seat 9: streetballer84 ($26.15)

NJGoGoBoy posts the small blind of $0.10

pkesseli posts the big blind of $0.25

The button is in seat #9

*** HOLE CARDS ***

Dealt to Topcat1954 [7c 7h]

megsUout1424 folds

Monty_G_77 folds

BoumQueckirr has 15 seconds left to act

BoumQueckirr folds

Topcat1954 has 15 seconds left to act


 


Later tonight I will post what I did, and explain why !....Have a great day all !


....play on...Tc....

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down_under_diva

I think this whole blog was rigged.

2009-05-10 19:41:33

cybersleuth7

Raise this hand, and play it out.  PP in middle pos folded to you is a strong hand. See all the free hands you can before you leave.  Leave the hand before the BB reaches you.

2009-05-10 05:52:13

73musclecar

I know what I do.  The same as I always do.  I raise and get called.  A 7 on the flop and I got a set.  I play it accordingly.  I end up with all the money in the pot but I hit a FH on river and lose to a bigger FH.  Happens all the time.  Its not rigged.  I am just unluckiest SB in the world.  But I am still good natured enought to laugh at it.:)   As long as you have a good read on yourself then you will never be surprised.

2009-05-10 04:29:55

juskhn

ALL IN OBV

2009-05-10 04:29:55

zingbust

Not to mention the fact that your post proves so many other things that I've always wondered about....

I went outside 2 days in a row and it was raining both days. Proof that it rains every single day, even though I thought I remembered sunny days in my life prior to your post.  Must have mis-remembered.

Turned on the TV and a rerun of Seinfeld was on. Decided I didn't want to watch it so I turned it off.  10 minutes later I turned it on again and it was still the rerun of Seinfeld. Proof that every time I want to watch TV, it's going to be Seinfeld reruns. Dam, I wish something better would be on, but that's OK, I guess I'll  never watch TV again unless I want to watch Seinfeld.

2009-05-10 04:29:55

spazmonkey247

left 2 act*^^

2009-05-10 04:29:55

fold-intern

lmao....you were always the big stack too....plausible!!!!!!!!!

2009-05-10 04:29:55

doops

Obviously, the trick is to have the big stack!!  LOL

As for the 77, I'd limp and see the fold.  If I get a set, nice.  Otherwise, outta there.  Another quarter keeps you within your goal/limits.

Well done altogether. 

2009-05-10 04:29:55

cav3man007

agreed: fold and go. no sense in risking getting sucked out on or being waaay behind. no shame in folding.    as a very wise man once said..."you got to know when to hold em and know when to fold em" lol

2009-05-10 04:29:55

vincce

ya prolly fold, at this point in the game the last thing you want to do is start letting your bad choices leak out, and when you cant control those leaks you put yourself  in a real dangerous spot

2009-05-10 04:29:55

buttondog

I also wish that those that believe that the sites are rigged to favor the bigs stacks would explain to me why the big stack at the final two tables seldom win the tournaments.  I see it time and again.  The small stacks will often come back with two tables or less and win the tournaments.  The big stacks get careless and start challenging anybody that raises big.

2009-05-10 04:29:55

twbuescher

I would raise, but after reading some of your poker strategies, I believe you fold, and walk away from the table.  Had a similiar situation yesterday in a $1/2 ring.  Cost me alot of my br.  from utg, preflop raise to $7 at a very tight table, with 9c10c.  one call, from only loose player and big stack at table in the SB.  flop was 6c 7c 9 s.  I bet 1/2 pot with top pair/flush draw/gutshot strait draw.  loads of outs. He calls.  turn 2d, no help, bet 1/2 pot, he calls.  River comes 8d, no flush,  10 hi strait.  Bet pot, knowing he has called all the way but never re-raised.  He calls my third bet into this pot. cards show TWBuescher has strait 10 hi,  other player shows 10d Js for Jhi strait.  Yes, FT is rigged to the biggest stack.  I dont care what anyone says, I played that hand right IMO.  He called all the way with a gutshot.  No pair, no flush, nothing but 4 true outs, and his overcards for a better pair.  If that's just bad luck, I might as well quit playin poker.  There isn't a RB iv ever went up against that woulda played that hand the way he did.

2009-05-10 04:29:55

harry0815

every site is rigged.
How do you think they make their money ?!?!?!

2009-05-10 04:29:55

smilie

Now I see why I am alsways losing.  lol  Used to it tho   lol.

2009-05-10 04:29:55

beenthere

If FTP is rigged, who's the guy with the big stack?  Lucky you; keep up these great blogs.

2009-05-10 04:29:55

qstack

Obviously they were using this card to full effect  ;)

Railbird image uploaded: Nov 28, 2008 3:49 am

2009-05-10 04:29:55

dangerman

Since you know you can't lose, the question becomes, "What's the magic amount to bet that will get the most callers as deep as possible by the river?"

As long as you have callers, keep betting. Eventually every body will realize it's rigged ... until then, see how much you can milk 'em for.

2009-05-10 04:29:55

fluky7

Nice hands! When I play a ring game I try and set a goal( dollar amount), when reached I usually leave the table, because you eventually will get sucked out on! A good example would be your J10 against say my KK or AA, resulting flop( straight) would be a fold for me,and time to leave the table

2009-05-10 04:29:55

hawkster2009

I play out the 7,7. See what happens and win or lose, Cya.

2009-05-10 04:29:55

zingbust

OK, I guess the evidence is clear from those 2 hands that FT is rigged.  But previously to your post, I was told that you would need millions upon millions of hands of poker to be able to submit evidence of rigging. I'm so glad that turns out to not be true. It's much easier to see it from those 2 hands only and make the appropriate conclusion.

2009-05-10 04:29:55

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