I played online craps many years ago. I had some big scores in sports gaming and transferred my winnings to the online casino. I played with just 5 dollars a number for a few days and saw number after number after number. It was amazing how many numbers were coming out without a 7. Then I decided to bump it up (they got me).. I went to 100 dollars a number and proceeded to see 7 out after 7 out after 7 out... no bs. It was so ridiculously corrupt that it was comical. Never again.
Stay out of online casinos would be my suggestion, unless you are strictkly doing it for entertainment purposes and you dont care about losing where money is not an object.
While I'm not commenting directly on Bovada, there have been PLENTY of sites that have used different software in their "practice games" to make the players win more frequently and then slaughtered them in the real money games.Quote: michael.proctor
A few months ago I created an account with Bovada. Ever since I have been using the practice mode everyday, three times a day. Some of my sessions were incredibly hard and other times it seemed like I was winning 3 out of 5 hands. My question is do you think that they use the same program / algorithims for both the real play and the practice play? I just ended a session where I was up $700 and it made me wish I had been playing for real.
I want to say Axel commented on how bovada does the same thing, but I can't remember all of his internet rants correctly anymore. What I can say for certain is I would never use a practice games results to base my real money play off of. They have zero reason to make it the same, and the Terms and Conditions (T's and C's) basically say they can do whatever they want, whenever they want, so why the hell wouldn't they make that game slightly better to let you think when you play for real money now you're just getting unlucky?