URnotINdanger2 Claims Foul Play After $175k Loss To Isildur1

It seems as though URnotINdanger2 has had a hard time coming to grips with his $175,000 trouncing to Isildur1 on the 29th December, even going so far as to suspect foul play had a hand in his defeat.
Scott “URnotINdanger2” Palmer was playing a $25/50 PLO session against Isildur1 on PokerStars when he lost the huge amount over a six hour period.
However, in later conversations with fellow pros  ‘KPederson’ and Rui ‘PepperoniF’ Cao, URnotINdanger2 confesses to feeling something was not quite right during the game. Racking his brains to come up with a solution as to how Isildur1 eerily seemed to consistently know the strength of his hand, URnotINdanger2 amazingly threw out the possibility that the Swede somehow knew his hole cards.
Although sounding like a bad case of sour grapes, Scott “URnotINdanger2” Palmer chatted to one of Isildur1’s past opponents poker pro KPederson, and in a Full Tilt Poker chat box stated:
URnotINdanger2: when u played isildur on stars
URnotINdanger2: did u notice anything wierd?
Kpederson: nah
Kpederson: such as?
URnotINdanger2: rather not say
URnotINdanger2: in public
Kpederson: ok well im on skype/aim
Later on, however, URnotINdanger2 was more blatant in expressing his beliefs and in a conversation to another Isildur1 opponent in the guise of Rui ‘PepperoniF’ Cao, wrote:
Rui Cao: do you have some stars to trade?
URnotINdanger2: did
URnotINdanger2: down abt 200k so not anymroe
URnotINdanger2: isildur godmoding
Rui Cao: me too
Rui Cao: lost like 180 today
Rui Cao: anyway
Rui Cao: gl
URnotINdanger2: 25/50?
URnotINdanger2: u2
Rui Cao: not against him only
Rui Cao: his like running like jesus
URnotINdanger2: ya
URnotINdanger2: everytime i have nothing he folds
URnotINdanger2: er
URnotINdanger2: he raises
URnotINdanger2: vice versa when i have anything
Rui Cao: hes so bad :p
Rui Cao: gl
URnotINdanger2: ya
URnotINdanger2: ty
The word “godmoding” is an abbreviation of “god mode” a term often used in video gaming when a player manages to activate various frowned upon and unfair features such as invincibility or unlimited ammunition.
For a top pro like URnotINdanger2 to make such a comment is more reflective of the type of frustration Isildur1 is able to cause his opponents during a game, rather than a realistic observation as to what transpired. This was further backed-up by Rui Cao commenting that Isildur1 was “running like Jesus.”
No doubt when he finally cools down, URnotINdanger2 will see he was probably just venting steam by suggesting “godmoding” as a reason for his own defeat. Maybe a rematch might be all he needs to set the record straight.

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