As a railbird, that is a brutal yet hilarious hand at the same time.
I've actually come to expect that type of crap for online poker.
Here are two hands that I folded pre-flop due to various factors.
IF I had played them, they would have been spectacular!
I don't mind that I folded.
But it sure does look like "unrandomness" to me.
Online poker seems totally rigged to get as many hand participants into trouble as possible.
Action players at the table.
I fold a hand that I normally play because there are a lot of action players at the table. So I'm trying to avoid trouble in mid position.
KJ shoves pre-flop for $735.
AA shoves all-in for $1210.
66 is now committed to calling additional $475 due to large pot size.
I would've flopped two pair which then becomes a Royal Flush?!? Seriously?!? Heh.
And everyone else gets a straight to chop the pot.
If I remember correctly...
JJ opens with a raise.
A6 shoves all-in.
QQ shoves all-in.
I fold 22, no problem.
A6 flops trips?!? Seriously?!?