Is Real-Time Assistance in Live Poker a Problem? – Agora Poker

The Muck: Is Real-Time Assistance in Live Poker a Problem?

The Muck: Is Real-Time Assistance in Live Poker a Problem?

the muck poker RTA On Sunday, Jared Jaffee stirred the pot when he shared a photo on Twitter of Brock Wilson with what appears to be a preflop chart or a solver open on his phone during a live poker tournament.

Wilson wasn’t in a hand at the time when he was snapped glancing at a solver on his phone. He didn’t break any rules at the poker room he was playing in — Wynn Las Vegas . Still, there were many who debated if using any sort of real-time assistance (RTA) tools in live poker are acceptable, even just preflop charts. He Wasn’t in a Hand…

The use of RTA’s have been a hot button topic in recent months following the Ali Imsirovic and Jake Schindler cheating allegations. Real-time assistance tools can essentially turn a regular poker player into an unbeatable robot, although it should be noted that preflop charts cannot assist players in making post-flop decisions, and the photo Jaffee shared doesn’t prove Wilson had used any sort of RTA’s while in a hand, which Jaffee acknowledged and conceded in one tweet. Anyone else interested in implementing a rule that states anyone caught doing this at the table receives 10 lashes?… https://t.co/g2VJkqSaEc — jaredjaffee (@jaredjaffee21) Jaffee’s tweet received mixed responses, much like any controversial subject. Some felt Wilson did nothing wrong, while others felt otherwise.

“All I see is a VERY HARD WORKER studying a hand history during dead time,” Adam Demersseman ( @DemerssemanAdam ) tweeted. TEMPLE OF FATE ADVENTURE PARTY DANCING GOLD LUCKY DUCK “As long as he doesn’t throw his phone or slam table when losing a big hand this is obv totally fine,” Len Ashby joked, mocking the Daniel Negreanu frustration phone slamming incident last week.

“I see no problem with it unless its during the hand,” @DrBoogerLips wrote. Not Everyone Sees it that Way

Brock Wilson Matt Savage , the World Poker Tour’s executive tour director, posed a question on Twitter related to the live poker RTA issue. He sought the opinions of his followers.

“If someone is doing this sort of thing I think we should […]

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