by Gavin Griffin | Published: Mar 05, 2014
Let’s be honest. The poker world has become a tougher one to survive and thrive in over the last few years. Black Friday concentrated the player pools and removed quite a lot of money from the economy. This led to fewer players fighting for less money and the skill advancement over the almost three years (!!) since that fateful Friday has been astronomical. As a result, some people who had come to expect the money to roll in like usual have fallen on hard times. They didn’t adjust to the times as much as they should have or they weren’t as good as they thought they were. Perhaps they just hit a really bad downswing with very poor timing and have begun to struggle. As a result, they’ve turned to scamming or cheating or outright theft. In many instances, the casinos or websites that we patronize do their best to ...
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