Poker bots are not a new thing. They’ve been around practically since the dawn of Internet poker as an automated second in the duel that you have with the game. However, as the games advance and security becomes cannier it becomes harder and harder to find poker bots that can stand up. And if you’re looking for Facebook poker bots, there’s an entire legion of machines out there, but finding the right one is going to be a challenge all on its own.
You see, poker bots are kind of like chop shop parts; even if they work, they’re not exactly legal to buy, use or possess. So if you’re shopping for this kind of program, then you’re going to have to buy it from people that are a little bit bent to say the least. And if you’re buying a program from a hacker, especially on a site that caters to unsavory programs, there’s a good chance that your poker bot will have a virus hidden inside it. It might be a back door to your computer, a keylogger, or just something malicious that eats up all your data. But whatever it is, it won’t be good.
What’s even worse is that with all of the supposed Facebook poker bots out there, even if there is a legitimate program, it will take time, effort and luck to find it. And what’s worse is that by the time you have found it, you’ll need the updated version because even Facebook poker updates at a fairly fast clip, ensuring that any and all bots will have to be altered just as fast to keep the pace.