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rs03rs03 kein bot - 02-06-2010, 04:16
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Benutzerbild von Pit0711
Since: Jun 2009
Posts: 2
hallo,

einige kennen ihn sicher von den DoNs
ER spielt extrem viel, siehe Pokerproblabs etc..

eben folgende mail von ps bekommen:
Hello,

Thank you for your report regarding 'rs03rs03', we apologise for the delay
in our response.

We do not tolerate automated players (bots) on PokerStars. We have an
extensive arsenal of detection tools in order to ensure that each player is
a human being.

We have been monitoring and examining this player using those tools for
quite some time, and the player has always shown very human characteristics,
and an ability to pass various tests, including CAPTCHA and many others.
Despite this, we, too, have been concerned with the seemingly astonishing
volume of play exhibited by this player, especially in recent weeks as his
volume has increased dramatically.

As such, we recently froze his account and asked the player for a controlled
demonstration, and the player agreed. We dispatched a PokerStars
representative to the player's home to observe several hours of play on June
1st, 2010. That observation convinced us that the player is not using a bot.

We cannot violate the player's privacy -- the player has asked to remain
anonymous, and not to discuss their strategy. However, among our observations:

1) The player uses a set of self-written hotkeys similar to many
commercially available suites (TableNinja.com comes to mind).

- The hotkeys manage automatically joining tables without regard to opponent
selection
- The hotkeys close unnecessary popups like "It is free to check", automatically
- The hotkeys require the player to enter every bet, raise, check, or fold
manually

2) Both in prior play, and during our in-person observation, we witnessed
many "mistakes", such as pre-flop folds of AA and KK.

3) The player was able to verbally chat with our representative during play,
while continuing to play.

4) We took video of the play at various times, and conducted tests at
various times during the observation (such as unexpectedly asking the player
to remove their hands from their keyboard, to observe whether play
stopped... and it did).

We observed well over 3 hours of play, and then compared the play we
observed to historical records of past play. We cannot divulge exactly what
we compared, though we can say that it did include comparing his hand
selection, action timing, and many other aspects. The resulting comparison
very strongly indicates that the prior play is statistically identical to
the observed play.

In short, our bot detection tools have borne themselves out here very
nicely. The tools always indicated that the player appeared human despite
ever-increasing hours of play and concurrent tables. Now, through our
observations, we've independently confirmed those findings.

PokerStars remains vigilant in proactively hunting for bots. We will
continue to review players of concern with our tools, and continue to
enhance those tools to ensure that PokerStars remains as free of bots as
possible. When we find bots, we remove them from our games. We are pleased
to report, however, that 'rs03rs03' is human.

Good luck in your games, and thank you for playing on PokerStars.

Regards,

Jackson
PokerStars Game Security
 
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02-06-2010, 07:42
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Benutzerbild von misterdub84
Since: Aug 2007
Posts: 318
BronzeStar
Sind solche Jobs denn noch frei bei PS, möchte auch so ein Mitarbeiter sein der zu Spielern nachhause fährt , sie über Stunden beobachtet wie sie spielen und auch noch dafür bezahlt bekommt *gg*.

Also diese Aussage ist sehr lächerlich . Glaubst doch nicht etwa dass ein Mitarbeiter von PS wirklich zu dem nachhause kommt und diesen Spieler kontrolliert.

Würde PS das bei jedem machen wo der Verdacht besteht dass es ein Bot sein könnte, müssten diese Mitarbeiter Tag für Tag um die ganze Welt reisen um Verdächtige Spieler ausfindig zu machen.

Wenn ich solche Sätze lese, hab ich den ganzen Tag zu lachen!


Zitat: "We dispatched a PokerStars
representative to the player's home to observe several hours of play on June
1st, 2010. That observation convinced us that the player is not using a bot."

LOL
 
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02-06-2010, 11:19
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Benutzerbild von Lyccess
Since: Jan 2008
Posts: 537
obv. Fake

Pokerstars gibt afaik niemals Dritten irgendwelche Informationen über den Ermittlungsstatus gegen andere Spieler weiter. Schon gar nicht werden die dir sagen, mit welchen Zusatzprogrammen / Skripts er spielt.
 
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02-06-2010, 11:51
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Benutzerbild von B!gSl!ck3r
Since: Aug 2007
Posts: 13.075
(Moderator)
Zitat:
Zitat von Lyccess Beitrag anzeigen
obv. Fake

Pokerstars gibt afaik niemals Dritten irgendwelche Informationen über den Ermittlungsstatus gegen andere Spieler weiter. Schon gar nicht werden die dir sagen, mit welchen Zusatzprogrammen / Skripts er spielt.
Interesse an einer Wette wenn du dir da so sicher bist?


Team IntelliPoker - Alexander - Moderator


One time!
 
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02-06-2010, 12:00
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Benutzerbild von Lyccess
Since: Jan 2008
Posts: 537
Zitat:
Zitat von B!gSl!ck3r Beitrag anzeigen
Interesse an einer Wette wenn du dir da so sicher bist?
Ich bin doch nicht blöd.
Ich wette nur auf Sachen, die +EV für mich sind und nach deiner Aussage habe ich daran grad Zweifel.

Geändert von Lyccess (02-06-2010 um 12:04 Uhr).
 
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02-06-2010, 12:25
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Benutzerbild von B!gSl!ck3r
Since: Aug 2007
Posts: 13.075
(Moderator)
Die E-Mail ansich ist definitiv kein Fake, genau das gleiche hat ein PS Mitarbeiter bei 2+2 gepostet. Den Inhalt kann ich obv. nicht beurteilen:
http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/sh...7&postcount=27


Team IntelliPoker - Alexander - Moderator


One time!
 
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03-06-2010, 12:25
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Benutzerbild von Syndrome1977
Since: Mar 2008
Posts: 1.692
Seltsam ist das ganze jedenfalls schon...mir ist auch nicht bekannt, das stars irgendwann einmal Infos über andere Spieler herausgegeben hat...ganz im Gegenteil...bei solchen Anfragen wird eigentlich immer darauf verwiesen, das man aufgrund des Schutzes der Privatspäre diese Ergebnisse nicht einsehen kann.