I PREVIOUSLY ASKED A SIMILAR QUESTION AND GOT A LOT OF RESPONSES BUT POSSIBLY ASKED THE QUESTION THE WRONG WAY. WHO DETERMINES WHEN A PLAYER SHOULD BE MOVED FROM ONE TABLE TO ANOTHER? IS IT THE COMPUTER OR IS IT A LIVE PERSON? THANK YOU FOR ANY RESPONSES AND SORRY ABOUT THE CAPS.
@buildinit it’s the computer, it’s programmed to balance all the seatings at the table so every table has 7,6,8 or however many. Otherwise we’d have one table playing heads up and one table 9 handed
Table balancing (# of players) is 1 thing, yet more than just that seems to go on here. To be fair, you CANNOT rebalance for any other reason than # of players, like chipstacks… especially when on a table thats even, 1 person busts another, then gets rebalanced only to be replaced by a stack that is even with the table in less than 2 seconds… that shows someone was rebalanced due to chipstack size , not # of players since they were replaced instantly.
Greetings Mr. B.
You can bet your bottom dollar it’s all computer generated. There’s nothing pernicious going on here. Even being switched several times, sometimes twice between hands. That’s the computer unequivocally. I just can’t imagine some these folks sitting back and watching this player or that player, or anyone of the many games that go on all the time.They would be in serious need of a life if that’s their form of entertainment. This is a case of over thinking something to the point of letting it ruin your playing experience. I’ve played tournaments on several sites and it’s all the same. Even the real money sites do it the same way.
I’ve many decades in casinos and what goes on at the computer generated sites is a lot different… A whole lot different. What a huge adjustment for me and my poker ways on live games to computer generated games. I still remember my first impressions… It was like a pinball machine with a deck of cards… That was my first thought after I tried to survive my first few tournaments.
It’s like anything else in life. Success always comes to those who know how to adapt and adjust. That’s very true in the world of poker no matter where you play…
I been bounced around more times than a pinball machine in the same tourney mid hand even multiple times and I agree, due to chipstack size.
maybe i should have asked if there were requirements that caused the movements. are there certain requirements that cause the movements?sometimes it seems odd that the movement happens so frequently. in response to mr. d. i do not play for real money. it is a vice i would prefer to stay away from so i do not have the experience of winning and losing live action games but thank you for your response.