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SharkScope Introduces Collusion Detection Feature

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Feb/13/2017

SharkScope, one of several online services that track the results of online players, has reportedly unveiled an anti-collusion detection tool.

Collusion in poker is when two or more players will work together and discuss ways away from the table where both can make it to the money.

From Poker Strategy:

Sharkscope's new feature can identify when two players have disproportionate winning results in games where they share a table. In any single game you cannot catch two players in the act but if you suspect collusion, subscribers to SharkScope can find their game in the database and click a 'Detect Collusion' feature. 

When this feature is selected it will set off a process where the previous games where the two suspects shared a table are analysed. If they appear to be working together, the security team of the poker site will be notified. There is also a feature to report suspected chip dumping.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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