Try to flop a "6" and we get a straight flush draw on the flop!
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flop open ended straight draw v the set of 6s and the first hand straight flush v ace high flush and people think these games aren't fixed to induce as much action as possible. they are the crazy ones. these are supposed to be random shuffled decks but they are using things that happen in the game to decide what hands are dealt so when you have two players in a hand preflop the flop is gona hit them both a lot of the time.
what cards you are holding and what buttons you press help decide what card comes next thats why it always happens and they are having people come in and assess if its random shuffled or whatever and it seems that way but thats only before hte hand is dealt it isnt taking into account what happens after the cards hit the table iirc
To all you plebs saying Pokerstars is fixed, it's not. I used to say it myself but looking back at my play I made many mistakes I did not notice at the time or little hints I didnt pick up on from the villain, since improving my game I've learned to fold big hands and get my money in good, get correct pot odds and now i've made a good earning out of it. Basically I'm just saying you all need to improve your game, the site is regulated and not fixed at all.
Yeah and Bear Sterns and Lehmans had triple A ratings from Arthur Andersen right before they went bankrupt. Means nothing and you know it. Besides all they did was review a software Stars send them. Is it the software that actually runs on the servers? Go ahead and believe them, why would they lie? Now go get your little check as well, minion.
Yes Pokerstars is regulated by the almighty and incorruptible Maltese Gaming Commission. The pinnacle of respectability. You are insulting my intelligence Pokerstars minion. Go get your little check and eat shit.
who the hell is this guy that playing 5/10 from mobile plays the hand so bad. He 3 bets preflop with 66 against 2 opponents and he hit bingo and gives check back and flats the turn shoving the river when he is 20th nuts
Who says I'm going to stack with A7s hitting top pair? Only a fish would marry weak aces. I'd pot control. I'd go with my read. I can make big hero calls and big hero folds. I may also consider trapping depending on the villain. But is it mathematically or theoretically correct to flush mine considering some reverse implied odds? I can read hand well. my problem is I'm not mathematical.
Yeah I think it's not a good idea to call 3 bets with those hands, either 4 bet or fold, because even if you hit top pair, are you really going to stack off with something like A7? You'd basically just be hoping for a flush if they're suited. Then again I'm not an expert
So weak Axs and Kxs is not a good idea to call 3bets with. Suited connectors and medium pairs are better? I recon calling with weak suited aces are bad poker cause villain could be bluffing with another Ax blocker that still have you dominated. I'm dealing with aggressive regulars. 7 to 10 preflop 3bet stats.
if you're set trapping, the effective stack should be roughly 20-25 times what you have to call for it to be profitable. this number varies, you might call with action left behind and get squeezed. you might hit your set but your opponent has a weak preflop raising range and you can't get him to stack off postflop
Henrik is right. It's a cooler. A bad beat would have been if lets say randy made a loose call with 7 2 offsuit (LOL which he never would but for this example lets say he does) the guy hits his set on the flop....Randy pairs his 7 and check calls a bet on the flop from opponent. The turn comes 3 of hearts(randy still only with a pair, villian with a set).....randy checks, villian bets large, randy check-raises trying to make a move, villian shoves.....randy makes a retarded all in call....then the river comes another 7 to make Randy a set of 7's beating villians set of 6's....THAT my friends is a bad beat lol.
Why are you so overly excited over 1k dollars lol its basiclly nothing to a poker player..
+ You play on huge tournaments, where buy in is 5-10k... So fucked up. but sick straight flushh tho, please answer.
+XXDarknessXX Darkness Good poker players are good because (almost) every dollar counts and they play and evaluate accordingly.
Just imagine nanonoko planned on entering a 2.5k tournament the next day. Wouldnt it be nice if that tournament was basically already financed with just two hands?
I cant wrap my head around you arguing that a poker pro shouldnt be excited about winning 2k.
seb seb Yes, humans have a selective memory. You know what else they are famous for? Greed! Are you so very sure that a sites set up in offshore havens that run gambling operations without any credible oversight are not cheating? Is it because you a winning player? So what? They sure as hell wouldn't be so stupid as to fleece each and every one of their players. Somebody has to win otherwise it's way to obvious. Maybe, just maybe you are one of the ones they don't target, ever think of that? I'm not saying they are I'm saying they very well could be cheating. There's plenty of incentive - it's called free money. They risk next to nothing in legal consequences and the online poker business is not likely to last anyway so who cares about "reputation". Player numbers are already in decline but the worst is still to come. Poker is not a hugely complicated game and software bots are quickly becoming competitive even with pro players . Once a software bot that can be run from a regular computer is profitable against average recreational players the lights are out, end of story. The Chinese will flood the sites with thousands of these bots, any software countermeasures will fail because they are never effective and the internet poker business will be over. Why not cash in as much as they can now as long as it's still possible?
Again I'm not saying poker sites are rigged. All I'm saying is they are set up exactly like they would be set up if they were, away from any oversight and protected from any legal consequences. I'm also saying the third biggest site at the time Absolute poker was proven to have had a cheater with superuser accounts operating on it so it's definitely happened before. And lastly one more thing: the Absolute Poker scandal was about a guy who could see the opponents hole cards and he was using this cheat in a retarded obvious way. People noticed and a discussion ensued on 2+2. Aaand it was all explained by variance and brushed aside. The only reason the cheater got exposed was that one guy requested his hand history and because of the cheat the software glitched and send a hand history that all the players hands in every hand. You think if sites are rigging people would catch on? Think again, they convinced themselves a blatant cheater who acted as inconspicuous as a elephant at a violin concert was in fact just a lucky fish and "variance bla bla".
I for one am pretty sure there's something fishy with these poker sites. I have no proof but the fact that I look at these sessions of winning players and the decisions they make are very much in line with my own thinking but the players they face and the cards they are dealt are nothing like my online experience. I have yet to find one poker video with anything resembling the amount of bullshit setups, suckouts and crazy outcomes that I see in my online sessions every time I play. Today I made a experiment and played a session of zoom while the nanoko plays zoom video was running in the background. Small ups and downs then I had a guy push all in preflop for 110-1120 bb with Ad9d against my KK and make a flush on the river, rebuy, more small ups and downs then flopped a nut straight called a allin for 80 bb and watched in disbelief as the guy turns ace rag of hearts (flop is 789 with one heart, I have j10) but sure enough runner runner hearts for a backdoor flush come calling. A couple of minutes later nanokos profitable session video ends. My result - 2 full buyins lost but a point proven. I'm not playing on the same site, it might have the same name but my version is very very different. So I'm not bothering any more.
to be fair their casino is quiet rigged, happened two times to me that I saw my balance get higher for the exact amount of my bonus game BEFORE the bonus game started. It was a bonus game with "choices". But on the poker side I just think people are too stupid to realize that 20% is still a good chance even if its a bad beat.
It's so weird that Pokerstars have thousands of players that've logged more than a million hands on the site, yet the only time we hear about rigging is when some small time player gets knocked out on the bubble with aces in the Big $3.30.
Not talking about just this video pony sucker type into you tube numerous 2 Percent catches and do u think it would be hard to put computer players in the lobbies no pretty easy staff etc u keep throwing your money to some fat cunt money grabber hes sat I'm Barbados while u work in the chip shop
+dragoneye14 YESSSS IT ISS DONUT 🍩 it's a scam check some off the thousands off videos on here and the shocking tactics off computer player as in poker stars do u personally know every player u play against DONK
If you look at nanonoko's Jivaro HUD ciricle in straight flush hand, you can see he played 31 hands. At 3:13 he played another hand against the same guy and you can see nano now has 45 hands played. That's at least 14 more hands he played at the table, so no hit and run.
+kurtilein3 you are referring to a vpn... a vpn connection or virtual private network.. would allow you to connect to a network in lets say canada.. the pokerstars client would think you are located in the country where you are connecting to the vpn.. not difficult to set up at all.. i live in canada however so my freedom isnt fucked with
i am not sure, i can legally play because i live in Europe. For all players you see on pokerstars it shows from what country they are playing, i see players from all around the planet, many people from Europe, Russia, South America, Canada, i never see anyone from the USA. (except for the play money games) But then, some people from the USA are clearly playing. I know one way, but its complicated, you basically need a server in, for example, Europe, or a computer there that you can access. You run the pokerstars client there, and just remote-control the entire machine.
But i think there must be easier, more direct ways. I assume the pokerstars client, like almost any software, uses one specific port to communicate to the pokerstars servers. Maybe you could reconfigure that one to use a proxy? I also know the proxies that act as browser plugins and that reconfigure the ports that the browser uses, but i think there are stand-alone proxies that you can use on specific ports. Or you could reconfigure your router.
nice, butt how Lucky is that, how many procent is that, when you have 66 get open end str flsuh draw, when otuher have the a off clubs, and then the turn is the 5 of clubs, that is what a want to now, when they Always say its a skill game, and base on procent win, hahaha
u wanna c the first 13 hands i've played just now? with a flopped bottom two pair i just got called down to the river with bottom-pair after making pot-sized bets on the flop and turn and got runner-runnered by a turned gutshot draw. i also just got it all-in on the turn with A9dia on a [8d/4/3d/9] got called by J9dia who happens to river a jack. i know i shouldn't be complaining because this is how i want ppl to play, of course. ANDDDD i just got it all-in on the flop w/ mid-set versus bottom set. ALL OF THIS WITHIN *THE FIRST 13 HANDS OF THE SESSION.* tell me this is "real" poker, PLEASEEEE!
who earn their income entirely from online poker alone, who haven't had bad months or perhaps even a bad year where they have lost most of their "e-bankroll" in an unrealistic series of astronomically rare events?
you apparently missed my point entirely. let me rephrase my initial comment: the only party online who never runs bad is the poker site itself.
likewise, a lot of the pros online are just shifting money around amongst themselves, and being charged a pretty penny to do so
it's as if you forget that pokerstars is a business. if they don't "earn" enough rake to cover their expenses, even if only for a month, they go belly-up like any other business. bearing that in mind, the RNG is programmed in such a way that you are deliberately put in astronomically rare positions more consistently/frequently online than you would be in real life, simply because pokerstars--or any other business/intelligent business person for that matter--would not risk the existence of their business on the roll of a dice, but instead take measures to hedge their investments.
wake the fuck up dude!
here's an anecdote--so of course take it with a grain of salt, but--i played no more than 400 hands the other day and i ran either a flopped two-pair or turned two-pair into a flopped set 3 different times. on a KK3 two-tone board i then got my AK all in against 33 on the flop. i then lost with J8 from the SB, against the BB, on a J4464 board at showdown, buddy had 94--i rivered the boat, he rivered quads. i forget the rest, but it was ridiculous. this happened just the other day. i played no more than 400 hands and that's being generous. it was probably more like 300 hands. do you know the odds of just those coolers that i can remember happening within 300 hands of each other? astronomical... lol
+NoMoneyHeadsUp ya there was no logic to slow playing the set of 6's then shoving the river, he could have raised the turn, should have bet the flop, and definitely should not have shoved river, he played every street terribly wrong.
+IamCrazyChris Just because you're a losing player and can't comprehend variance doesn't mean online poker is rigged. You need to play at least 25,000 hands in order to guarantee a profit, and that's if only if you are a great player. In other words your a moron lol
Hi 'Noko, thought this video was laugh out loud hilarious laughed so hard especially with the nutstraight vs the same guy moments later. Busto! : ) Should have told him after the straightflush hand in the chatbox "who calls all in with 4th nuts?!"
+shaz omr I tried it out and I really like it. It really feels better to look at this hud than looking at a hud full of numbers. It's like my brain works more in an intuitive mode. I also don't miss other stats so far. Basically how often someone 3bets can be assumed by his vpip and raise ratio as well.
+shaz omr I read there's coming a "pro" version with some more stats. Basically I would additionally just need 3bet and that's it. I also wouldn't want to have too many stats, these four would be perfectly enough for me.
+The Mystic Trance I agree they should add a 3bet percentage most definitely. And nope there is no need for any other software. Its super easy to set up which is another reason why i love it so much unlike others. Just install and go.