Cracking the Full Tilt Poker Code

published on 11/05/08 at 1:31 pm

Online research by PokerPlasm scientists has identified a pattern that could possibly help current and future Full Tilt Poker players. What we are calling the Bauguss Effect identifies a trend based on multiple table, community cards. Remember, this is a theory, not a fact, so use carefully. Poker is based on percentages and PokerPlasm is not responsible for any poker losses.

When playing two tables simultaneously, a correlation will sometimes exist at particular times between the two tables community cards. The problem is identifying when that pattern initiates, when it ends, and if the process begins again. Further research is ongoing and information and data will be forthcoming when identified.

To view the Bauguss Effect in action, read the following steps and try it out.

  1. Begin by playing two cash game tables.
  2. Monitor how the cards are dealt. See what cards, if any, are flopped more often.
  3. Eventually, the cards seem to always get in synchronization over a period of time.

To help in this research, we would appreciate any and all comments. Have you noticed this effect before at Full Tilt Poker? What other online poker sites? Do you feel its a random pattern and we have no basis to try and determine a trend?

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3 Responses to “Cracking the Full Tilt Poker Code”

  1. Geoff Manning

    Nov 5th, 2008

    Funny you should mention that. I notice it frequently. Honestly, it’s random, but when you are playing 4 tables and seeing hundreds of flops/hr, you start to see things ;)

    Geoff Mannings last blog post..TPT:Stars Event 1 – Nov 6th 2008

  2. Josh Bauguss

    Nov 5th, 2008

    ya this was just a crazy observation of mine. I’ve played a couple hands like this and the cards did actually hit the board. Its pretty funny.

  3. michaelhugs

    Nov 5th, 2008

    I’ve noticed this in Pokerstars too. 1 cash table, 1 freeroll table. Same flop. Happens somewhat often.

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