you spot the first fatal flaw in the "five computers"
argument Just because some one has information doesn't
mean he knows how to use it well.. A true "computer
geek" isn't going to be much of a poker player.
He'll have spent his time learning f the argument
began computers . "Suppose a poker genius set
up five computers ..." you'd have a better case-but
as you'll soon learn, there are flaws in that line
of thinking, too.
The cheater," the naysayers continued, "could
also wait until at least one of his hands was great
and perhaps another was good. He could trap someone
else in the middle, making sure that whenever the
cheater had a good hand, he could force the opposition
to play a capped (maximum number of bets) pot."
Of course, it doesn't have to be one computer geek
in one room. You could have several friends who have
unlimited long distance telephone plans hooked up
and they could discuss their hands and what best to
do. The prophets of doom were certain that this would
halt online poker in its tracks.