Daniel Negreanu Declares War on Seating Scripts

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In the poker world, when Daniel Negreanu speaks, people listen.  And this time around the game's top money earner is speaking out against seating scripts. Scroll Down

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These seating scripts automatically place players who subscribe to the software program at the most profitable poker tables.   Negreanu suggests that most of the major card rooms utilize these scripts.

He goes on to suggest such scripts will "kill online cash games".

"Ban them entirely, and if you find people are using them, you can temporarily ban their accounts, fully ban their accounts," Negreanu said. "Just the threat of it will alleviate the situation."

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