There are 2 “reasons” to change position, one of them is to rotate the seating, let’s say be the first to be dealt, ( 1st left from dealer), and secondly, to be closer or further away from another player.
My reason for asking is, does changing position actually alter the cards you could have had ?
So if I position myself to be the first on left of dealer, would I have had the same cards had I positioned myself on the other extreme to the right side of dealer ?
so it is really a program question.
The other reason, for an edge, but it could be “fatal” to…
There was one torny where I just had to leave, some others left to due to a player just all-inning every hand, and admitting this is what he/she is going to do in the chat box.
Yes, that’s right, openly admitted, “lets play BINGO”… If he won a round, the next deal was an all-in, and if he lost ( or she ), would top up and all-in again.I gone of-topic by saying this, but then again some players will tag your play depending on “seating position”. In real game this does not happen as much as those who anonymously act this way on-line game of poker.
The solution is then to wait till a seat is vacant, then hopefully make it in time to remove yourself, then click on the preferred empty seat.
There are toggles on the top left to adjust / rotate seating seating, but overall will this determine what cards one would have had ?.. as I already mentioned