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Shorty Foola
#1 Posted : Wednesday, August 2, 2017 5:24:08 PM
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Joined: 8/2/2017
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Hello,

There is a glitch in the system for pokerstars.net. Whenever there is a pay-out that is supposed to be somewhere above 2 Billion, your system instead reports a 2,147,483,648.00 loss.

For example, If you look up barryg1 (THE Barry Greenstein) it shows him with an average ROI of -79.42%, which of course is grossly incorrect. He plays in and places regularly in the 1 Billion buy-in Sunday tournaments, but your system keeps accrediting negative Billions to his name.

I can think of three reasons it would be a good idea to fix this glitch and correct the past mistakes:

1) With an accurate product, pokerstars.net players may increasingly want to purchase your product

2) Many pokerstars.net players will resume real money play when it becomes legal again in the USA. Gaining a fan base with accurate software will go a long way in attracting people to your product in larger numbers

3) Its always good to have your system working correctly, right? :)
alexey2
#2 Posted : Sunday, August 6, 2017 1:05:00 PM
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Joined: 5/14/2012
Posts: 61
Location: United States
Shorty Foola wrote:
Hello,

There is a glitch in the system for pokerstars.net. Whenever there is a pay-out that is supposed to be somewhere above 2 Billion, your system instead reports a 2,147,483,648.00 loss.

For example, If you look up barryg1 (THE Barry Greenstein) it shows him with an average ROI of -79.42%, which of course is grossly incorrect. He plays in and places regularly in the 1 Billion buy-in Sunday tournaments, but your system keeps accrediting negative Billions to his name.

I can think of three reasons it would be a good idea to fix this glitch and correct the past mistakes:

1) With an accurate product, pokerstars.net players may increasingly want to purchase your product

2) Many pokerstars.net players will resume real money play when it becomes legal again in the USA. Gaining a fan base with accurate software will go a long way in attracting people to your product in larger numbers

3) Its always good to have your system working correctly, right? :)


Thank you for contacting us. Our engineers are working to resolve this issue.
Shorty Foola
#3 Posted : Monday, August 14, 2017 8:27:22 AM
Rank: Newbie


Joined: 8/2/2017
Posts: 3
This apparently goes back to the very first 1 Billion buy-in tournament on pokerstars.net, Mar 29, 2015. Barry Greenstein won the inaugural Billionaire Club Championship on PokerStars with 2003 WSOP Main Event winner Chris Moneymaker coming in second.

Places paid: 4

barryg1 – Team PokerStars Pro Barry Greenstein – 13,950,000,000
Money800 – Team PokerStars Pro Chris Moneymaker – 9,300,000,000
Mack.e.Knife – USA- 4,650,000,000
cashcard52 – USA- 3,100,000,000

However, when it made it's way into the pokerprolabs system, players who cashed were attributed negative numbers:

"When the final cards were dealt, barryg1 earned -2,147,483,648.00 for the win, while money800 settled for a consolation prize of -2,147,483,648.00."

http://pokerprolabs.com/...ee9e9cda139ced018198985
Shorty Foola
#4 Posted : Thursday, September 7, 2017 3:20:16 PM
Rank: Newbie


Joined: 8/2/2017
Posts: 3
This glitch is still happening. Anyone who plays the 1 Billion buy-in tourneys has an grossly inaccurate ROI attributed to them.

Really hoping you can fix this soon! :)
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