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PokerStars New Jersey has a weighted average rating of 2.1 out of 10 from a total of 18 reviewers

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Rating:1 / 10
Date:Thursday, February 16, 2017
Title:just a waste of time7 out of 13 readers found this review helpful
you can tell how the site works against you if you're smart. same patterns, designed to keep you down and to keep you depositing. no thank you, i'll take my money and go elsewhere.
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Rating:1 / 10
Date:Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Title:its the epitome of evil13 out of 23 readers found this review helpful
just self excluded for 5 years. do not play here unless you want to be driven insane.

same with the rest of the sites.

now you've been warned.
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Rating:1 / 10
Date:Monday, March 13, 2017
Title:just terrible4 out of 8 readers found this review helpful
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Rating:1 / 10
Date:Monday, September 11, 2017
Title:It's destroyed6 out of 15 readers found this review helpful
All of the sites in New Jersey are losing soooooooo much traffic haha. Great work exposing these websites here folks!!! Your voices were heard!!!!

Internationally, these websites are getting banned from foreign countries left and right because the people are complaining to the government how everyone is getting ripped off.

It's the same concept as a bank or clothing company is it not? If the banks or clothing companies start stealing or scamming their customers, they lose business right?

The word is out folks!!! Online gaming in New Jersey is losing!!! Thank God!!!

Poker traffic is down an astonishing 38%!!!! Keep spreading the word guys. Don't let these criminals rip off hard working Americans anymore. We deserve better!!!!

Much love and hope to you all!!!!
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Rating:1 / 10
Date:Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Title:Nice one5 out of 8 readers found this review helpful
Yeah, MAGIC612 really hit pokerstars, they lost a lot of regs and good players. Too bad they only relying on recreational players now to make up traffic in the past few years, signing sports figures to target them etc. Really the most unethical company in the gambling world
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Rating:1 / 10
By:Calvin S.
Date:Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Title:I gave it a chance for a while so I am not biased7 out of 14 readers found this review helpful
Despite my immediate skepticism, I played anyway just at very low stakes. It just doesn't seem... right. If you want to play for entertainment, that's fine. Just don't expect to win any real money.
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Rating:1 / 10
By:Honest Jacob
Date:Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Title:Not honest. Not ethical5 out of 8 readers found this review helpful
The CEO is being charged with insider trading. LOL. If he's doing huge financial crimes like that, what's to stop him from doing financial crimes on here. The real question is, what ISN'T stopping him lol. This is all computerized and can be hidden from anybody and everybody. complete fraud. Avoid!!!!
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Rating:1 / 10
Date:Thursday, May 26, 2016
Title:6 Fn player heaven9 out of 15 readers found this review helpful
Absolutely HORRIBLE, just like EVERY NJ Online Poker site...full 9 player ring game?? You've got a better shot of walking on water !! 6 table heaven, it stinks, STAY AWAY, let them ALL dry up from the ghost town that is Atlantic City, NJ..waited all that time for this???? Terrible
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Rating:4 / 10
Date:Thursday, March 24, 2016
Title:Sign up process is absurd12 out of 21 readers found this review helpful
Taking forever to sign up even though I had a previous PStars account that has been moved over to the NJ site. They want copies of my license and social security card to verify my info! Do not recall this much trouble to create an account on Borgata site. Have been waiting 2 days and still can't play yet.
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Rating:7 / 10
Date:Thursday, March 23, 2017
Title:Not bad2 out of 6 readers found this review helpful
Seems to have location detection issues when I'm smack in the middle of North Jersey. Did get a software update yesterday (3/22/2017) and played a solid 2 hours and no issues.

Now as for the games. I play fairly low stakes 0.05/0.10 NL so it's taking forever to earn the bonus. I could play higher stakes but am honing my chops after years(2008) of not playing real cash online. Plenty of fish at all levels I've played. I've made many bone head moves myself as well.

For those complaining about the cards. Stop comparing it to live games. Even if you are playing high stakes you'll get people in an online game that would never set foot in a casino. People make bad calls and as anyone would with half a brain love it when people make stupid calls.

Online you get dealt up to 60+ hands per hour. Live you're lucky to hit 1/3 of that. You're getting 3 hours of hands at a live table in 1 hour online. If you multi-table(4), you could be getting up to 12 hours of hands at a live table in only 1 hour online. Play for 3 hours and you're up to 36 hours of hands. That's like sitting 8 hours a day for 4.5 days at a live table. You're bound to see some weird stuff happen in that many hands.

Now the other thing to consider is that when you can't see someones face they are more likely to do something stupid because they won't be embarrassed the same way as they could in a live casino. Depending on the time of day you could be dealing with someone that is wasted and will make even dumber calls.

This site is regulated by the state. I spent 5 years in the casino industry in a corp environment so have seen the first hand impact regs have on the casinos. They have to prove games are real, the random number generator is exactly that, $ is 100% accounted for, etc.

The game is far from being rigged.

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