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@Livertool I've literally just played a Unibet freeroll. Folded 1st three hands then dealt KQ suited in the small blind, shoved all in, got one caller. Up against A4 offsuit. Flop comes A-4-X. Any solver will tell you my shove was the optimal percentage play and A4 offsuit should not be random calling, having only limping into the pot originally. But solvers won't help anyone at Unibet if your shoving against an opponent that calls with any 2 cards and always hitting the flop. Look past all the glitzy advertising and realise that casino & poker sites aren't as big as you'd think regarding human resources/employees. Gambling licencing is a total farce.
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Hahaha, lol. I respect your opinion.
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@Argevolen wrote:

@Stubbe-Unibet wrote:
The above alone makes your post sound a bit crazy, and we haven't even considered the fact that the product is tested and certified by independent third party. And what about the fact that we got a license in Denmark, Sweden, UK, France, Germany, Belgium, Estonia, Malta etc. etc. All countries which also require third party testing and proof that nothing fishy is going on.

Where can I look at an independent third party certificate?
As a rule, poker rooms upload certificates on their website. You avoid specifying the name of this independent third partySmirk
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Obviously we're not adding bots to our poker freerolls, but nonetheless this is pretty damn funny Laugh

@Lucky7levin I guess the thing about using theory from solvers, is that they're dependent on other people using at least part of the same theory?

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@Lucky7levin  It's just so depressing that you spend weeks and weeks working with solvers to improve your game. You join a freeroll and like a patient professional fold a few hands. Then "Bingo!" you get KQ suited. Like a true poker student you shove, because that's what your solvers are telling you, sitting back relaxed and confident that everyone will fold and you'll collect a couple of chips. Then disaster strikes out of the blue. A player in the freeroll is not playing correctly and calls with A4 off having limped, totally disregarding GTO and taking all your chips. How dare they not play optimally? Any fool can see it's so obvious they should fold in that situation. They simply don't know what they're doing and are playing on a far lower level than you. It's just not fair is it? Maybe you should step up a level, leave the freerolls to all those sub optimal players, step up to 2-4c cash games or even €1 mtts, and you'll soon be crushing. Good Luck.

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@Lucky7levin wrote:
@Livertool I've literally just played a Unibet freeroll. Folded 1st three hands then dealt KQ suited in the small blind, shoved all in, got one caller. Up against A4 offsuit. 

Nothing worse than getting it in bad and losing after being behind 100% of the hand Wink

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@Stubbe-Unibet wrote:

@Lucky7levin wrote:
@LivertoolI've literally just played a Unibet freeroll. Folded 1st three hands then dealt KQ suited in the small blind, shoved all in, got one caller. Up against A4 offsuit. 

Nothing worse than getting it in bad and losing after being behind 100% of the hand Wink


@Lucky7levin 

Like said here, you never ahead no matter how good you fealt about your cards Wink Besides A4o was pretty good hand to call when we usually see peeps calling with much worse crap Very Happy

Don't shove if you can't handle it, simple raise here would have saved you chips. Unless you fealt your cards were still awesome after flop Laugh

To bet or not to bet, that is the question.
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