Ok, I have been making some major research in poker, from everything I read and tested I have found that poker collusion is probably the most stable and profitable black hat method that I've come across. For those who don't know, poker collusion in a nutshell is having 2 or more seats occupied at one given poker table. I've been testing this system playing manually for the last 24 hours, the way I did it was booting up 2 virtual machines within my system, on the first I opened a full tilt table with my traditional login, on the other I created a new login and entered the same table. I played in the play money section with 5/10 blinds, after some 8 hours of play I had racked up an average of 10.000 chips on BOTH accounts. Now the matter at hand is the following, obviously all poker tables online have an explicit TOS against collusion, my question is, just how often do they actually catch a colluding player? Doing some basic math, using my playing skills with an initial deposit of $50x2 on both tables, I can profit between $50 - $100 per hour using collusion. Would you advice on such a practice?