I would give pokerstars a 0 rating if 0 was there ..it is just impossible to win here ..you might win when u first join for a couple of weeks after that direct downfall ..if u dont believe me try this site for yourself ..impossible to win in ds site ...rng is rigged ..only some players will win always and they are not even players they are bots fixed by the site ....you will definitely get tilted too coz the pattern there is win some money loose more then what you hav won and believe me bad ...
But here is the quick answer. PokerStars is not rigged. It just appears that way sometimes due to the incredible speed of online poker. Because online poker sites like PokerStars typically deal hands 3 times faster than a live poker game, you should expect 3 times as many bad beats.
PokerStars is rigged to incentivise first, then shake you down. Member since 2009, I've actually seen this change happen over time. To me, with such a long online playing history, it seems so blatantly obvious. Way back when, the site played like real poker. One could say that if you see the pattern, you should be able to beat it.
Pokerstars is 100% rigged. There are algorithms that determine of you are destined to win or lose. When you are destined to lose, you will even if you have the best odds.
To have a full understanding of the concept "is PokerStars rigged" one needs to realize that online poker uses computer software that is easily manipulated by poker algorithms and code. It is the additional algorithms and code used by the poker sites that deliver constant bad beats.
If you wish to be looted then play at Pokerstars India. Their software is rigged. You will keep losing to their own players/bots that they have deployed on the tables.
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