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krcmdc
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Post Adios seat and table selection
on: April 20, 2017, 12:44
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Ignition has implemented automatic seating within the software. You tell the software what game and what limit you want to play, and it seats you wherever the fuck it wants.

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on: May 6, 2017, 03:08
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This shit is so terrible, and it's really, really, really bad for the fish who they're always trying to protect. If you don't like playing heads up for a dozen hands or more at 2 or 3 tables, then you're pretty screwed.

I guess it's ok for me, as I don't mind playing heads up with most anyone playing the same stakes I'm playing, but if I ever start moving up again, this is going to be dreadful.

There is no way to see the lobby to even have a guess how many tables might be running. It's bad enough when all the full tables are hidden, but now you literally have nothing to make any sort of guess as to how many tables are running. Just click and pray.

Not to mention that seat selection is impossible, the software does everything for you.

Fish are turning to Sushi so fast with this set up, as it's so counterproductive to what Bovada/Ignition have always tried to do by making things harder for regs and better for fish.

Most players sit heads up, and then sit out. So, as on WPN, I leave the table, wait 5 seconds and the sit out will also leave the table. Click for another seat and be seated alone again, waiting for a fish to also be seated. Even the most persistent sit out's will eventually just play heads up if you do this to them 3 or 4 times. And the true fish don't even know to sit out and wait. They just play and complain that no one else joins. It's pretty easy to beat fish heads up anyway, but it's even easier when the fish is tormented by the software before they even start playing. I'm sure heads up specialists are loving this, but the fish are dying quicker than ever.

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