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Sit on a (as in the same table) is cheating. You know the other hands and what cards are out. It is player collusion which alone is cheating. If one hand is KK and another hand is QQ then you would not play the QQ knowing KK is out. Do you think that is fair to other players? I might be on TT from middle position but not play it because I know both ...


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Yes it is a huge advantage. An acquaintance of mine used to have a partner and between them they would play eight games locking up 3 to 4 seats in each game. They did this for quite some time and were never busted by the "heuristics" used to spot cheaters. This person has since moved on to play poker for a living. Without ever getting too sophisticated with ...



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