I’m not even sure how I ran across this but somehow I found this posting on Facebook.
Claire Frampton (Portsmouth) wrote53 minutes ago
my son was new to playing so i watched and helped him out but was noticed on quite a few occasions he ended up losing most of his chips coz all the money went to a non winning hand wher as my son had the winning hand ( i think most of u have experienced this i know i have)..anyway he wasnt getting anywhere by this keep happening.. i only had 1 mill at the time so i gave him 250k to boost him up coz of there cheating.
we both got warnings about this my son was alowed to continue with just the warning but i not only got a warning but my chip total would go down to just 10% of what i had if i would like to continue…
well i politely told em where to stick there game i won my chips fairly and if i wanted to give them to my son i will….
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i havnt agreed to this too continue playing but they took my chips anyway
utterly pathetic whoever owns zinga needs to find there dummy again pretty quick b4 they loose every1
I would be curious to know if the Facebook poker software actually is miscalculating the winning hands but my guess is she and her son are misreading the board as her writing and other comments don’t inspire me to believe that she’s all that quick.
And then she chip dumps to her son and complains that if she wants to give chips away nobody is going to stop her. Priceless. :-)
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