Are you sure? I would think the genie only appears if there is no acceptable replacement in the deck. Like if you're dealt quads and toss one of them. Toss them all and you'll draw quads of a different rank.
Similarly, in your example where you break a pair of jacks, there are two other jacks that could be drawn.
Of course that's no proof because you could have been destined to get trips. But if this happens every time, it's not RNG...
I can confirm all Seneca Class III properties use RNG. You're good at the Falls or in the Creek.
With the Native American places, you can't really be so sure. Turning Stone always referred to the machines as multi-game machines, which I never really fully understood. Also playing some of their slots, I'd see notation something like "joining game XXXXX". Never really understood this. I haven't been there in a good 7 years fwiw.
I totally agree. But your original post was worded differently. It seemed like you were suggesting that the genie would appear to fix the pair of jacks.Quote: JB
It would be rather silly to wait for a dealt quad and then break it to find out if a machine is class II or class III.
Hence my less-costly suggestion...
I totally agree. But your original post was worded differently. It seemed like you were suggesting that the genie would appear to fix the pair of jacks.
I thought so, but they don't show bingo cards. Guess they don't have to or nobody cares if they don't.Quote: DRich
Those are probably Class II bingo games where you see it "joining a game".