Saturday, March 31, 2012
In the vast majority of cases they do not work alone. Poker cheating is always more effective with multi-players doing the cheating...I wouldn't say exponentially so, but certainly enough to make a big difference. Online poker cheats simply hook up with other willing online poker cheats via chatting, and when the time is right and to their liking, they meet in person and form their brick and mortar poker cheat teams.
The big disadvantage to them is that they will have to cheat in the open, but in virtually all collusion-cases of poker cheating, there is no risk of getting arrested and charged with a poker-cheating crime, and very little risk of even getting barred from a brick and mortar poker room.
The trend is that we will probably see a slow but steady increase in these "poker-cross" cheats, with more arrving to the brick and mortar tables when the online poker sites are most vigilant, and with more retreating back to their computers when online poker security is lax.