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Because it doesn't make economical sense for a company to rob their customers and make not become repeat customers. If you feel cheated you won't return. They want you to return. Poker sites charge a rake and make a huge amount of money from that. Why would they risk it by cheating, or rigging it and face future court cases, brand tarnishing, etc, etc. ...


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I actually do not suggest doing cash tables if you are new to the game. You need to learn position poker and what it means to be utg, sb, bb, and dealer. I say this because when you are playing microstake cash games people don't do the normal or usual play they would do in say a 5/10 dollar game then a .05/.10 cent game. When you play at these small stakes ...


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Perhaps you're playing a zoom or rush table where you only have a few seconds. You will get used to it pretty quickly but to ease yourself into it just try play a single table, maybe for a lower stake than you're used to playing at until you adjust. You will find you get much quicker and these decisions once you get used to the shift from live to online. ...


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This is open to discussion, but you generally need to have thousands of hands and i mean 2 digits, like 50k+, to determine your real winrate, filtered by all the lovely downswings, tilt, luck, boredom. I don't know what is your sample size but if you're starting now as you said, i recommend to stick to microstakes a long time. That is because in microstakes ...


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Playing online poker for real money in the U.S. depends on the state which you live in. There is no federal law prohibiting you from making an account and playing online poker for real money. Unfortunately for you in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Virginia code ยง18.2-325 defines illegal gambling as: making, placing or receipt, of any bet or wager in ...



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