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I was playing on Bovada for a while. I noticed that they let you win some hands and then they give you a premium hand that had your opponent crushed when you’re up big and the most plausible action to make the value bet is to go all-in because your opponent raised you to do so. I was playing in lower stakes $1/2 and $2/4 no limit on Bovada and I kept getting beat with 2 outters so I was getting frustrated and thought it was just bad luck. But then I moved to higher stakes saying that this was probably just bad luck. Low and behold, the same exact thing happened in the higher stakes where 10 out of 10 times I was all-in pre-flop with a higher pocket pair than my opponent at a $10/20 no limit table and they somehow manage to hit the 2 outter every time. Bovada keeps rigging the system so that their inhouse players can take the huge pots. They let you win once in a while so it makes you want to buy in again and deposit more money but this is a scam. They should be getting investigated by the Feds and once they find out that they have been rigging the system, they are going to get everything taken away from them. I had to lose over $5000 to learn the hard way. Don’t make the same mistake by playing on Bovada.

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