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This site is so rigged. Is imposible to lose 11 hands in a row when you are in front ( ex: 6c Ts 8c flop i got 6h6d, the opponent makes a C/R i call, turn Td, opponent bet and river Jh, the opponent go all-in, they had a JcTh) after this on other table i lose with KK againts QQ and one hand after on the same table i got JJ in SB vs AA in BB.

To many situations like this. is so rigged.

UPSET everytime, is so fking unbelivble, only runner-runner. 

 

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Hi @Hater, welcome to the Community first of all.
A browse around here might give you a different perspective over things as these accusations have been raised and addressed before. There's no logical reason to have a rigged site from the position Unibet stands in. In simple terms, we make our profit with the rake players pay, not from your losses. It doesn't really matter if you loose if you win, you loose to other players and win from other players. There is another aspect as well which is that Poker is between the smaller products that we have, it's Casino and Sports that are the popular ones here, knowing that would you really believe that Unibet would risc loosing it's licenses and presence in a market for what amounts to little compared to the potential of our top products? All of this is backed by the regulators and by the 3rd party systems that monitor us ensuring that we have a fair payout. I use "fair" loosely in this context as Poker is not necessarily a game of luck, but the card dealings are randomized is what I'm trying to say.
Bad beat I guess is what this could be cataloged as and I hope I'm not out of line with this but a little break from poker might not be the worst idea either in this case. You are obviously not enjoying the game that much anymore.

Lastly, the language used in your post breaks a couple of rules we have here so I've edited your post a bit here and there, please give our guidelines a read below, would be appreciated :) :

https://www.unibetcommunity.com/t5/Welcome-how-to-use-the-community/Community-Guidelines/m-p/235042#M654 

/Ray

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@pav wrote:

This site is definate rigged go all in with best hand you will lose on flop with a person who has higher chips, every hand i have called i lose on flop or riverrigged.JPG.d3fd2774d42cacf4f21e33e62b9b5c69.JPG


@pav you have 100% i have the same but in my case it is also Turn.   

 

Seriously - I recommend learning this game instead of complaining. Do it for yourself and the environment around you.

Lesson 1 - the only person who earns or can earn more in this situation is your opponent. Unibet made a profit by charging you a tournament fee [rake] at the beginning - 0.1 €. Your accusations are stupid - gently speaking.  

Lesson 2 -  accusing someone of cheating without evidence is punishable in many civilized countries 🤣🤣  Here your post will probably be deleted.

"Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises."
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@pav It's so obvious it's a wonder no one has ever mentioned it ever before, ever, ever, ever, or not very often anyway, unbelievable.

"How often have I said to you that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?"

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that not only the games if i took a screen shot one game you probably crack of my hand KJ vs K9 on flop K9 and turn card J and guess what was the river frigging J what a dealer

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@pav wrote:

that not only the games if i took a screen shot one game you probably crack of my hand KJ vs K9 on flop K9 and turn card J and guess what was the river frigging J what a dealer


@pav and is this strange? Seriously, take a book and relax. or you have a song here, maybe some butts will give you relief

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@Brocky wrote:

It’s definitely rigged against you, my 70% hands win 100% of the time.


In that case it's definitely rigged because my 100% hands only win 70% of the time. :wonder:

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"How often have I said to you that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?"

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Ahh, so much cringe from new players. 

@Hater You know what, all of us have been there more or less. Its just an early phase of poker. Study the concepts and make better decisions. You will realize that luck actually has 0 (ZERO) impact on your bankroll if you get disciplined and have a good bankroll management strategy. Look up these terms if you are not familiar.

@pav Now when you go all in with AK preflop and claim that it is the best hand, do you really think that it is the best hand with 5 cards to show up? No hand is best hand untill all cards are dealt. Not even AA have the right to say that they are the best untill the river is dealt. If you go all-in that's your mistake that you went broke.  Let me throw you some numbers to give you a perspective. Your AK off-suit have about 71% chance to win against his AJ off-suit pre-flop. You see, you will still lose about 1/3rd of the time.

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Online poker has always been rigged , always will be , I'm just waiting for unibet to show us the impossible ROYAL FLUSH v ROYAL FLUSH not impossible like you might think ! After all playing unibet poker is like playing poker in the Twilight zone

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@Travis Listen buddy, the first time you tell a joke it's funny, even the first ten times some jokes are funny, but if you keep going it becomes obnoxious annoying. The fact that you aren't build for this game doesn't mean it's rigged, it just means it's not for you.

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@Travis wrote:

Your right it's not for me that's why i don't play RIGGED games and that's why i will keep telling anyone who thinks about playingonlinee poker that it's RIGGED �


Your opinion doesn't change reality, just because you think it's Rigged doesn't mean it is. Your being irrational witch isn't a big surprise taking into account the majority of earths populations is comprised of irrational people doesn't change the reality. Since going forward with this will be pointless, if you'd like to unshackle your mind, id recommend you read "Mindset : Changing the Way You Think to Fulfil Your Potential" by Carol Dweck, if you are interested to change your Fixed Mindset/Believes. 

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I still can't wrap my head around this. Why would a site rig games? The profit of the game does not come by you winning or losing, it comes by playing. It makes 0 difference to us who wins and who loses.

I'm choosing to keep this topic still open as there's some really good replies, but if it just keeps going on circles I will lock it. :) 

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If you can give us all just one reason how Unibet benefit from making 1 player lose over another then I’ll be willing to listen, but sadly there isn’t even one. Not a rational one anyway

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@LFCJJ 

Possible reasons: make new players win to keep them in the games while the regulars will stay anyway. Or make the bad players win so they don´t burn out while the good players will put their misfortune down to bad luck.

That being said, it would be a huge risk for a tiny extra profit, absolutely not worth it and most certainly not the case either.

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@ReCorpH wrote:

I still can't wrap my head around this. Why would a site rig games? The profit of the game does not come by you winning or losing, it comes by playing. It makes 0 difference to us who wins and who loses.

Hi from all Unibet regulars ))))

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2020 - 8 tables - 6 tables

 


 

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