Here's a scenario for you to chew on:
You wake up one Sunday morning and log into your favorite online poker site and sign up for a couple of tournaments. At the same time, you open up one table of $1/$2 No Limit cash to play while you wait for the tournaments to start.
As soon as you start playing, you almost fall out of your chair. You can see the hole cards of the other players at the table! You play through a couple of hands, not believing what you are seeing. After a few hands you realize that you seem to be able to see everyone's hole cards. Everyone else at the table seems to be playing normally, so you assume that you are the only one who can see the cards.
Your tournaments pop up, and it's the same thing. You can see the hole cards of everyone sitting at the table.
What would you do in this situation?
Would you write an email to support, informing them of the problem and not playing any more hands until they get back to you?
Do you enter as many tournaments as you possibly can and destroy as many cash games as you can, and then withdraw your money never to be heard from again?
Would you play the occasional tournament, looking to score big every now and then, but not winning too often to really draw any major suspicion?
Would you utilize your "super-account" status to destroy your opponents (and steal from them) or would you inform the poker room of the problem and not take advantage of it?
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