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Online poker star PokerStars is trying new arbitrary seating programming on its ring amusements to control bumhunting by sharp players. On Wednesday, PokerStars' blog reported the presentation of Seat Me, which will consequently dole out players a seat at an irregular table after they've chosen diversion and stake choices. The new programming will make its introduction on Spanish site PokerStars.es, after which Stars will audit the outcomes and consider revealing the change in different markets. 

Stars says Seat Me will make its ring diversion seating process "smoother, speedier and more pleasant" by impersonating "the live poker experience of irregular table and seat determination." Stars trusts Seat Me could speak to "a noteworthy point of reference" in guaranteeing that its ring amusements are "being played on a notwithstanding balance." Situate Me kills players' capacity to pick and pick their seat and table decisions, keeps the utilization of seating scripts and presents "potential time punishments to decrease amusement interruption" by players who always switch tables, take blinds or decline to go up against specific players. 

Stars recognizes that Seat Me will banish players from watching ring diversion table activity, yet says railbirds will even now have entry to "moving highlights of key hands," with inclination given to action by Team PokerStars Pros. Stars' Spanish site is additionally trying arbitrary player coordinating through a Heads-Up Sit and Go campaign that keeps players from review their adversaries' names before beginning the diversion. Ought to this test demonstrate convincing, Stars says its will likely propose "something comparable" for its money amusements "in the coming months." 

Response to Seat Me's presentation has been blended, with recreational players feeling like a mammoth target has been removed their backs, while the processors whose bumhunting jokes required Seat Me's entry are more inclined to recommending Stars present another component called Blow Me, or procuring Chris 'why not sit down' Hansen to star in another promo arrangement titled To Catch A Bumhunter. 

Stars has taken a while to touch base at this progression, having made token hostile to bumhunting motions as far back as 2013. In December 2014, six months or so after Canada's Amaya Gaming obtained Stars and started tinkering with the item, the site started restricting the quantity of seats a script could save. Stars is a long way from the main significant poker site to have belatedly understood that bumhunting was devastating its poker biology. Last September, PartyPoker prohibited seating scripts and anonymized player hand histories. All of which are great, yet miss the mark concerning the measures genuinely expected to guarantee a supportable poker environment.

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