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Date: 29 Jan 2009 21:50:48
From: RGP Loner
Subject: Ruining the Poker Game.
I remember a place where you could always find a game to fit your needs
and along side it was another game that could easily get you on your way
to the big game.


That place is gone for now. Rumor has it won't be back any time soon,
least not the way it was.

You need fish to feed a shark, but the fish need to be fed also. Too
much money in the big boys hand has ruined the game for us all.

You see, it is the fishermen and ultimately the diner that dictates the
rules of the game. And for too long now, the game is being
manipulated. The fix is in. the top 3% of the players are controlling
the games that exist to be played.. The rake is too big, the buy in is
prohibitive, the payoffs are skewed.

If we all want to play that great American money generating machine we
here on RGP know as POKER.....

Then we need to pay attention to how the game is being run.

What is so wrong with helping the fish get back in the game.? As Players,
can we not agree that money always flows upward, and that any money
donated to the fish is sure to find its way back to the top?
In the mean time , the fish has gotten lucky or bought a hot dog, or just
made life worth living because the fish didn't catch you for several buy
ins out back near your car.


It is time for the Diners to pay the fishermen more, to bring back the
fish so the shark can have his day.

Anything less is truly Un American.

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Date: 30 Jan 2009 10:35:27
From: MrBookworm
Subject: Re: Ruining the Poker Game.
Joeturn, translation please...

Dean

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1/16/2009

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Date: 30 Jan 2009 07:29:49
From: John_Brian_K
Subject: Re: Ruining the Poker Game.
> You need fish to feed a shark, but the fish need to be fed also. Too
> much money in the big boys hand has ruined the game for us all.

All in!

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You must not think me necessarily foolish because I am facetious,
nor will I consider you necessarily wise because you are grave.
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Date: 30 Jan 2009 07:07:54
From: John_Brian_K
Subject: Re: Ruining the Poker Game.
http://www.charityholdemcalendar.com/northville/index.htm

lol

Some of you might recall I mentioned this place a year or so ago, but they
had to close down the poker games they were having (WSOP freeroll poker
satellites). Well they are reopening and it is kind of funny to see the
'high stakes' part of what they are offering!

lol

Check it out. I have to check the site still to see what kind of rake
they take. It may be worth it to start playing there.

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nor will I consider you necessarily wise because you are grave.
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John

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Date: 30 Jan 2009 06:25:41
From: charrison100
Subject: Re: Ruining the Poker Game.
On Jan 30 2009 12:50 AM, RGP Loner wrote:

> I remember a place where you could always find a game to fit your needs
> and along side it was another game that could easily get you on your way
> to the big game.
>
>
> That place is gone for now. Rumor has it won't be back any time soon,
> least not the way it was.
>
> You need fish to feed a shark, but the fish need to be fed also. Too
> much money in the big boys hand has ruined the game for us all.
>
> You see, it is the fishermen and ultimately the diner that dictates the
> rules of the game. And for too long now, the game is being
> manipulated. The fix is in. the top 3% of the players are controlling
> the games that exist to be played.. The rake is too big, the buy in is
> prohibitive, the payoffs are skewed.
>
> If we all want to play that great American money generating machine we
> here on RGP know as POKER.....
>
> Then we need to pay attention to how the game is being run.
>
> What is so wrong with helping the fish get back in the game.? As Players,
> can we not agree that money always flows upward, and that any money
> donated to the fish is sure to find its way back to the top?
> In the mean time , the fish has gotten lucky or bought a hot dog, or just
> made life worth living because the fish didn't catch you for several buy
> ins out back near your car.
>
>
> It is time for the Diners to pay the fishermen more, to bring back the
> fish so the shark can have his day.
>
> Anything less is truly Un American.

If I read this right you want to invite poorer players then you back to
the game. You are not winning and want some people you can beat back.

I think you are looking in the wrong place. You need to start looking at
the ability to fund online poker not at what games are being spread. I am
sure the profitability of everyone went down a little when that drunk
american on a Friday night was not able to max out his credit card losing
at online poker.


Chris

"NO! I want this shit to STOP! Right NOW! Nobody takes me serious
anymore." - Paul
Popinjay, 01/16/2009

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Date: 30 Jan 2009 06:11:45
From: FangBanger
Subject: Re: Ruining the Poker Game.
On Jan 29 2009 11:50 PM, RGP Loner wrote:

> I remember a place where you could always find a game to fit your needs
> and along side it was another game that could easily get you on your way
> to the big game.
>
>
> That place is gone for now. Rumor has it won't be back any time soon,
> least not the way it was.
>
> You need fish to feed a shark, but the fish need to be fed also. Too
> much money in the big boys hand has ruined the game for us all.
>
> You see, it is the fishermen and ultimately the diner that dictates the
> rules of the game. And for too long now, the game is being
> manipulated. The fix is in. the top 3% of the players are controlling
> the games that exist to be played.. The rake is too big, the buy in is
> prohibitive, the payoffs are skewed.
>
> If we all want to play that great American money generating machine we
> here on RGP know as POKER.....
>
> Then we need to pay attention to how the game is being run.
>
> What is so wrong with helping the fish get back in the game.? As Players,
> can we not agree that money always flows upward, and that any money
> donated to the fish is sure to find its way back to the top?
> In the mean time , the fish has gotten lucky or bought a hot dog, or just
> made life worth living because the fish didn't catch you for several buy
> ins out back near your car.
>
>
> It is time for the Diners to pay the fishermen more, to bring back the
> fish so the shark can have his day.
>
> Anything less is truly Un American.

There is all that .. or you could try winning !!


Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
Voltaire

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Date: 30 Jan 2009 05:01:29
From: Porsche_Dan
Subject: Re: Ruining the Poker Game.
On Jan 29 2009 9:50 PM, RGP Loner wrote:

> I remember a place where you could always find a game to fit your needs
> and along side it was another game that could easily get you on your way
> to the big game.
>
>
> That place is gone for now. Rumor has it won't be back any time soon,
> least not the way it was.
>
> You need fish to feed a shark, but the fish need to be fed also. Too
> much money in the big boys hand has ruined the game for us all.
>
> You see, it is the fishermen and ultimately the diner that dictates the
> rules of the game. And for too long now, the game is being
> manipulated. The fix is in. the top 3% of the players are controlling
> the games that exist to be played.. The rake is too big, the buy in is
> prohibitive, the payoffs are skewed.
>
> If we all want to play that great American money generating machine we
> here on RGP know as POKER.....
>
> Then we need to pay attention to how the game is being run.
>
> What is so wrong with helping the fish get back in the game.? As Players,
> can we not agree that money always flows upward, and that any money
> donated to the fish is sure to find its way back to the top?
> In the mean time , the fish has gotten lucky or bought a hot dog, or just
> made life worth living because the fish didn't catch you for several buy
> ins out back near your car.
>
>
> It is time for the Diners to pay the fishermen more, to bring back the
> fish so the shark can have his day.
>
> Anything less is truly Un American.


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Date: 30 Jan 2009 05:04:01
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: Ruining the Poker Game.

"RGP Loner" <aaaa0db@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:o2ha56xhk.ln2@recgroups.com...
>I remember a place where you could always find a game to fit your needs
> and along side it was another game that could easily get you on your way
> to the big game.
>
>
> That place is gone for now. Rumor has it won't be back any time soon,
> least not the way it was.
>
> You need fish to feed a shark, but the fish need to be fed also. Too
> much money in the big boys hand has ruined the game for us all.
>
> You see, it is the fishermen and ultimately the diner that dictates the
> rules of the game. And for too long now, the game is being
> manipulated. The fix is in. the top 3% of the players are controlling
> the games that exist to be played.. The rake is too big, the buy in is
> prohibitive, the payoffs are skewed.
>
> If we all want to play that great American money generating machine we
> here on RGP know as POKER.....
>
> Then we need to pay attention to how the game is being run.
>
> What is so wrong with helping the fish get back in the game.? As Players,
> can we not agree that money always flows upward, and that any money
> donated to the fish is sure to find its way back to the top?
> In the mean time , the fish has gotten lucky or bought a hot dog, or just
> made life worth living because the fish didn't catch you for several buy
> ins out back near your car.
>
>
> It is time for the Diners to pay the fishermen more, to bring back the
> fish so the shark can have his day.
>
> Anything less is truly Un American.

I read your post twice and still have no idea what you're saying. Are you,
by any chance, related to Razzo?

Irish Mike





 
Date: 29 Jan 2009 23:13:03
From: Howard Beale
Subject: Re: Ruining the Poker Game.
What is this supposed to mean?



Howard Beale

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