Posted on augustus 14, 2010 by CasinoBazar
Is nothing sacred any more? Eyebrows were raised all along the sacred halls of the RIO last month with the news that Sharkscope.com had started publishing ROI's for WSOP live events. This meant that any Joe Schmo could log on to the tournament tracking site to discover whether a certain player was up or down for the whole Series.
The debate rages on as to whether statistics tracking sites are good for poker or not, but for online poker players, at least, they offer an even playing field by publishing all our stats and encouraging us to analyse and improve on those stats. But what's the value here? Is it fair to publish statistics on people who may never have played a single hand of online poker in their lives? Isn't this just nosing around into other people's personal financial business? It makes Newsdesk shudder!