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I think the biggest potential risk is not from non-random hands, but from insiders who have available to them knowledge of the (perhaps totally random) hands in real-time while they're playing out. The Absolute Poker scandal about 10 years ago was a good example of this kind of thing. Are current sites doing this kind of thing? It's hard to say, but if there ...


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The Official PCA site on How To Qualify hints that: "The PCA page on the PokerStars Blog page has blog posts from Team PokerStars Pro, which give poker strategy advice that's designed to help you in your qualification campaign." But when you actually go to the site (Here is the generic .com version but it can depend on your region; as you can see ...


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Not a directly answer of which satellites And I know you know poker math but math on shove fest If you only play AA, KK, and AK you will get that every 47.35 hands Round it up to 48 In 120 hands (15 orbits) you will get it 3 times (on average) Against 2 others in shove fest you are 50:50 to win and triple up If you can survive three coin flips (1/8) ...


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You as an individual are basically powerless. It would need to be some blatant anomalies for you to discover it but it has happened. One big problem as an observer is you don't get to see the cards they muck. To perform a statistical analysis you really need that. If someone gets AA too much is the easy part. Did they fold JJ because QQ was out requires ...


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To directly answer the question, Is there a reliable known method to verify whether a game server is rigged / not truly* random? ...without trying to go on too much of a tangent: The most reliable known method to detect whether an online poker site gives itself an edge or rigs the game on a certain way is to take a huge amount of data and analyze it ...



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