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iPoker Network has a weighted average rating of 2.7 out of 10 from a total of 141 reviewers

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Rating:1 / 10
By:Philomena Ivey
Date:Wednesday, February 08, 2017
Title:River again...9 out of 9 readers found this review helpful
 
This crooked software is always pulling a magic rabbit out of the hat to bad beat you on the river. You can be sat on the fop with AA on a dry board and your 'opponent' is holding Jack high or some junk and the Not-So-Random Number Generator will pull out a Jack on the turn and a Jack on the river to take out your pocket rockets.

The software gives the impression that the hands are made up 'on the fly' i.e. manipulated dependent on betting, stack sizes, your bankroll etc.

This is NOT poker - this is a software programme - so you can take Slansky, Game Optimal Theory, ICM (Independent Chip Model) and all that crap and toss it in the garbage. This software is programmed like a giant multi-player slot machine to keep a fixed RTP (Return to Player) i.e. over time you WILL lose, slowly but surely.


There is no way these 'deals' are the result of randomly shuffling a standard 52 pack of cards and dealing them, give us a break, please!
 
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By:Chip Leader
Date:Sunday, February 05, 2017
Title:Same old same6 out of 6 readers found this review helpful
 
888 is bad enough for 'repeating' hands, but how many more times are we going to see AAvKK. And what's it with AAv22 all the time? AA raises, 22 calls the raise, then an x2x flop to get AA to shove their whole stack. AA loses their whole stack to pocket two's three of a kind. Change the record ipoker...

 
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By:Ivey League
Date:Saturday, March 18, 2017
Title:You lose some, you lose some more...2 out of 2 readers found this review helpful
 
Why so many pairs as hole cards on here? And full house over full house? Straight/flushes completing on the river? Gets the donkeys chasing, suppose. Small wonder the traffic is almost dead!
 
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By:Hand of God
Date:Monday, March 13, 2017
Title:Flat-lining2 out of 2 readers found this review helpful
 
How many times can you lose your stack to a full house over full house, four of a kind popping up on the river, or those "miracle" straights/flushes on the river? This "software" makes sure you are kept at break-even at best or underwater at worst. It feels like being a rake-horse that is being pummeled into the ground by "bad beats".

"Bad beats" increase the velocity of the money being passed around, the faster the money is passed around the quicker it turns to rake. Does anyone win on here apart from the poker room?
 
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Rating:1 / 10
By:PotRipper
Date:Wednesday, March 08, 2017
Title:Look out for...2 out of 2 readers found this review helpful
 
The two signs that a poker site is reputable and trustworthy are 1) It is registered in Antigua and Barbuda 2) Its RNG is certified by the Kanawake Gaming Authority.
 
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Rating:1 / 10
By:Paxo
Date:Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Title:Without a shadow of a doubt...1 out of 1 readers found this review helpful
 
Call it what you want,Equitable distribution, manipulated, or just plain old rigged.
You would have to be completely stupid not to see it. You will NEVER get ahead on this.

It will keep you down, and paying rake. But just like as with a slot machine you will "win" most of your money back i.e the RTP (Return to Player) or put another way your bets minus the rake. It is "programmed" exactly the same way as a slot machine.
 
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By:Busted Flush
Date:Saturday, February 25, 2017
Title:From the horse's mouth...2 out of 2 readers found this review helpful
 

What does RTP (Return To Player) mean?

RTP stands for Return To Player. The RTP percentage is a measure of the percentage of stakes a game returns to players (generally over a minimum of one million plays), and is a generally accepted guide to how a game will perform.

For example:

If a game has a stated RTP of 92%, it generally means players can expect the game to return £0.92 in the £1.00 (or currency equivalent) over a long period of plays.

The game must perform to the RTP as stated in the applicable Game Rules.

However, this does not mean that every play or series of plays will return this percentage. Individual players should understand that as wins are awarded randomly, then the return to them individually may not equate to the advertised RTP. They can expect a return in a range between nought and the maximum prize level for each individual play.

Random games are not 'compensated', so just because there has been a series of losing plays it does not mean that this will be followed by a series of winning plays. The outcome of one bet does not affect any other. The game is random and therefore players should only ever stake what they can afford.

All games are slightly different in terms of their characteristics and feature sets and accordingly, they all behave slightly differently.

Note: All games guarantee a profit to us by offering odds or returns on outcomes less than the actual probability.

 
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Rating:1 / 10
By:sharkpoker
Date:Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Title:Bad beats after bad beats IPOKER4 out of 4 readers found this review helpful
 
If you want to be scammed, don't play at this poker site, you will get bad beats after bad beats! I am playing more then 20 year poker the last 15 years online poker. Ipoker is the baddest online poker site where you can put your money in. You will lose it with to many bad beats. You have do much money or you like bad beats put your money on ipoker, you want normal poker without to lose 80% with AK or AA better join another poker network because Ipoker will take all your money with bad beats... I have made the same error and I will never deposit it, better play on any trust network such as pokerstars! DON"T RISK YOUR MONEY AT IPOKER YOU WILL LOSE IT WITH BAD BEATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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By:KidPoker
Date:Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Title:Get REAL!!10 out of 10 readers found this review helpful
 
Imagine the poker table is a giant slot machine and all the other 'players' are simultaneously pulling the levers. Slot machines have an RTP (Return to Player) i.e. 100% minus the RAKE! And just like with a slot machine you do win and you do win quite a lot, in fact you win most of your money back minus the RAKE! That's why when you win you lose every last dime you won minus the RAKE! So you have to keep 're-loading' to make up for the shortfall due to the RAKE! 'Invest' $100 in a poker room and you are expected return to player (RTP) is 100% minus the RAKE! You can only 'beat' this 'game' in a very short term time frame, but long term, if you keep playing and playing, just like with a slot machine you are expected to lose.

And also, look how many times you see the word "ENTERTAINMENT". Poker sites are for 'entertainment' purposes only, that is if you find loosing your money 'entertaining'. Would you expect to make money playing the slot machines in an AMUSEMENT arcade. Why would online poker be any different?

Bottom line: You aren't going to win!
 
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Rating:1 / 10
By:Anonymous
Date:Monday, December 05, 2016
Title:its like work, same 5@#1 different day3 out of 3 readers found this review helpful
 
i just can never get a break, freeroles i just get runner runnered runnered runnered , it just does not end when i shove down to 20bb and Im ahead with AK,AQ,AJs,10'S+, i get the most stupidist suckouts, exhausting playing here and makes me never want to deposit. this is why I play elsewhere and once every 2 months at ipoker. This place is a hole
 
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