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phantom u mmd

lmfao :D:D:D:D:D

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phantom u mmd

lmfao :D:D:D:D:D

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lol no not me.
jewdonk from the forum did

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lol no not me.
jewdonk from the forum did

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phantom, you wrote it to pokerstars mail?

:D :D respect man :D

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phantom, you wrote it to pokerstars mail?

:D :D respect man :D

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To: support@pokerstars.com

FUCK YOU MOTHERFUCKERS !!

HOW MANY 1 AND 2 OUTTERS WERE YOU PLANNING ON SHOVING
UP MY ASS TODAY YOU FUCKING GREASY COSTA RICAN PIECES
OF SHIT. FUCK POKER STARS

I HATE YOU PEOPLE AND HOPE YOU GET AIDS AND DIE IN A
FUCKING GREASE FIRE AND THE ISLAND REGION OF COSTA
RICA IS WASHED AWAY BY A MASSIVE TSUNAMI TAKING ALL
YOUR CHILDREN OUT TO SEA.

IM FUCKING DONE WITH YOUR SITE ASSHOLES....TIME TO
SWITCH TO FULL TILT BECAUSE YOU COCKSUCKERS ARENT
GETTING ANOTHER PENNY OF MY MONEY I MADE MY LAST
DEPOSIT......FUCK GETTING 2 OUTTED 5 TIMES IN ONE HOUR
AND ACES GETTING CRACKED EVERY FUCKING TIME....YOUR
SITE IS RIGGED AND YOUR CHILDREN ARE FUCKING HALF
BREEDS WHO BELONG IN THE SUGAR CANE FIELDS OR PICKING
COTTON WITH NIGGERS.

I HOPE YOUR ENTIRE SUPPORT TEAM GETS TESTICULAR CANCER
YOU FUCKING MONGREL, THIRD WORLD LOW RENT MEXICAN
WANNABEES. EAT A MASSIVE PILE OF SHIT AND WIPE IT ALL
OVER YOURSELF, THEN YOU WILL GET AN IDEA WHAT YOUR
SITE SMELLS LIKE COCKSUCKERS

I HOPE LEE JONES GETS EXTRADITED TO THE U.S AND GANG
RAPED IN PRISON BY THE BROTHERS SO HIS ASSHOLE FLOWS
RED ALL OVER THE YARD.

PEACE OUT MOTHERFUCKERS, I AM UNINSTALLING YOUR
FUCKED UP SOFTWARE FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE I HATE YOU
ALL. I WANT TO RAPE ALL OF YOUR COSTA RICAN MAMMIES
AND MAKE THEM MY BITCHES ONE AT A TIME.

:::GETAIDS

RIPPTYDE

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To: support@pokerstars.com

FUCK YOU MOTHERFUCKERS !!

HOW MANY 1 AND 2 OUTTERS WERE YOU PLANNING ON SHOVING
UP MY ASS TODAY YOU FUCKING GREASY COSTA RICAN PIECES
OF SHIT. FUCK POKER STARS

I HATE YOU PEOPLE AND HOPE YOU GET AIDS AND DIE IN A
FUCKING GREASE FIRE AND THE ISLAND REGION OF COSTA
RICA IS WASHED AWAY BY A MASSIVE TSUNAMI TAKING ALL
YOUR CHILDREN OUT TO SEA.

IM FUCKING DONE WITH YOUR SITE ASSHOLES....TIME TO
SWITCH TO FULL TILT BECAUSE YOU COCKSUCKERS ARENT
GETTING ANOTHER PENNY OF MY MONEY I MADE MY LAST
DEPOSIT......FUCK GETTING 2 OUTTED 5 TIMES IN ONE HOUR
AND ACES GETTING CRACKED EVERY FUCKING TIME....YOUR
SITE IS RIGGED AND YOUR CHILDREN ARE FUCKING HALF
BREEDS WHO BELONG IN THE SUGAR CANE FIELDS OR PICKING
COTTON WITH NIGGERS.

I HOPE YOUR ENTIRE SUPPORT TEAM GETS TESTICULAR CANCER
YOU FUCKING MONGREL, THIRD WORLD LOW RENT MEXICAN
WANNABEES. EAT A MASSIVE PILE OF SHIT AND WIPE IT ALL
OVER YOURSELF, THEN YOU WILL GET AN IDEA WHAT YOUR
SITE SMELLS LIKE COCKSUCKERS

I HOPE LEE JONES GETS EXTRADITED TO THE U.S AND GANG
RAPED IN PRISON BY THE BROTHERS SO HIS ASSHOLE FLOWS
RED ALL OVER THE YARD.

PEACE OUT MOTHERFUCKERS, I AM UNINSTALLING YOUR
FUCKED UP SOFTWARE FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE I HATE YOU
ALL. I WANT TO RAPE ALL OF YOUR COSTA RICAN MAMMIES
AND MAKE THEM MY BITCHES ONE AT A TIME.

:::GETAIDS

RIPPTYDE

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I just had KK beat 3 times by AQ off all in pre no joke.....deep in all my mtts on Tilt.....all by Way of the River.......

SO Fcn Rigged

Good post FckVwls

I hear Rigged 50 times a day.....good stuff

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“Online poker is rigged!” “This always happens at Jokerstars!” I swear whenever I get my money in with the best hand, some donk always catches the two-outer on the river.” “SFRIGGED!” How often have you heard these, and other heartfelt, whiny allegations that somehow, some way, online poker is not truly random? Let’s take a look at how the electronic deck is actually shuffled in online poker and make a rational decision as to the cause of suckouts and bad beats. First, consider that randomly shuffled cards are pretty much the bread and butter of online poker rooms. How much technology and safeguarding do you think would be devoted to this one core value? It is number one on the list for every major, reputable site. Now let’s throw around some terms that will send you scuttling to your favorite online dictionary. Requisite for a true random generator is that it have as its source a “high-entropic and nondeterministic” root. In simple terms, this means that there is no way in which the source can be controlled, calculated or predicted. To create true randomness on a computer (whose language is math - the opposite of randomness), programmers turn to physics, specifically quantum mechanics which deals with the relationship between matter and radiation. In quantum mechanics, specific phenomena - such as atomic nuclear decay - are fundamentally random and cannot be, in principle, predicted. The utility of these phenomena are integrated by hardware random number generators to produce a genuinely random number. These hardware number generators are used by poker sites to shuffle the deck ,and are systematically tested by independent, neutral third parties. The outcome is that the deck shuffle online at a reputable site is actually more random than it could ever be in live play. So who’s responsible for all those sick beats? Obviously the gods of variance. 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I just had KK beat 3 times by AQ off all in pre no joke.....deep in all my mtts on Tilt.....all by Way of the River.......

SO Fcn Rigged

Good post FckVwls

I hear Rigged 50 times a day.....good stuff

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NeverwinPoker.com (NWP) was formerly an uncensored poker forum run into the ground by donkeys. It is now the exclusive home of Dustin 'Neverwin' Woolf.  Dustin did the right thing and took ownership back of his site before it was too late. Yes that's right: Micon is gone!  NWP provides valuable tools for our community members. We offer rakeback deals as well as the best bonuses anywhere for a number of US online poker rooms and sweet NWP promotions. We specialize in providing our members with the inside information they need to choose the very best internet poker sites. Check out Dustin's blog and leave comments, he loves hearing from fans, friends and foes alike.

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“Online poker is rigged!” “This always happens at Jokerstars!” I swear whenever I get my money in with the best hand, some donk always catches the two-outer on the river.” “SFRIGGED!” How often have you heard these, and other heartfelt, whiny allegations that somehow, some way, online poker is not truly random? Let’s take a look at how the electronic deck is actually shuffled in online poker and make a rational decision as to the cause of suckouts and bad beats. First, consider that randomly shuffled cards are pretty much the bread and butter of online poker rooms. How much technology and safeguarding do you think would be devoted to this one core value? It is number one on the list for every major, reputable site. Now let’s throw around some terms that will send you scuttling to your favorite online dictionary. Requisite for a true random generator is that it have as its source a “high-entropic and nondeterministic” root. In simple terms, this means that there is no way in which the source can be controlled, calculated or predicted. To create true randomness on a computer (whose language is math - the opposite of randomness), programmers turn to physics, specifically quantum mechanics which deals with the relationship between matter and radiation. In quantum mechanics, specific phenomena - such as atomic nuclear decay - are fundamentally random and cannot be, in principle, predicted. The utility of these phenomena are integrated by hardware random number generators to produce a genuinely random number. These hardware number generators are used by poker sites to shuffle the deck ,and are systematically tested by independent, neutral third parties. The outcome is that the deck shuffle online at a reputable site is actually more random than it could ever be in live play. So who’s responsible for all those sick beats? Obviously the gods of variance. Go forth and sacrifice your finest young ram at the first rising of the new moon. Then grovel a little, and head over to your favorite poker site for truly randomly shuffled deals. (Be sure to wash the ram-goop off your hands first.) GL! 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