Chris
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December 5th, 2018 at 9:52:25 AM permalink
I play a lot of Blackjack. Have played for the past 30 years many hours a week. I play perfect basic strategy with a few slight variations. I do some card counting, more like tracking low and high count. I win. I win a lot. In the past 5 years I have only left one casino down. I play a lot online. I track statistics, bets, hits, and way to much data. I believe I found an online site that is stacking the deck to win.

The dealer hits way to often, by almost double the statistical tracking I have done. Now this site is "free" except you have to buy gems to covert to party charms to improve your odds. So they are making money and getting money to gamble.

How do I prove they are cheating? I know they are. Many other players have also made comments that they believe they have modified the program to increase dealer wins. But no one knows how to prove this assumption. It's a great fun site to gamble on, especially blackjack and hold'em. Because your playing against other real players. But recently I believe blackjack is somehow rigged. Any ideas how to prove or dis-prove this issue?

If I am wrong I want to apologize, But if I am right, I want to expose them.
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December 5th, 2018 at 12:08:50 PM permalink
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I play a lot of Blackjack. Have played for the past 30 years many hours a week. I play perfect basic strategy with a few slight variations. I do some card counting, more like tracking low and high count. I win. I win a lot. In the past 5 years I have only left one casino down. I play a lot online. I track statistics, bets, hits, and way to much data. I believe I found an online site that is stacking the deck to win.

The dealer hits way to often, by almost double the statistical tracking I have done. Now this site is "free" except you have to buy gems to covert to party charms to improve your odds. So they are making money and getting money to gamble.

How do I prove they are cheating? I know they are. Many other players have also made comments that they believe they have modified the program to increase dealer wins. But no one knows how to prove this assumption. It's a great fun site to gamble on, especially blackjack and hold'em. Because your playing against other real players. But recently I believe blackjack is somehow rigged. Any ideas how to prove or dis-prove this issue?

If I am wrong I want to apologize, But if I am right, I want to expose them.

Hi Chris,
First off, welcome to the forum.
Now, onto your topic.....
I too play a lot of online Blackjack, divided more or less equally between Live dealer streamed games and online RNG (random number generator) simulated games. I have no interest in pretend 'play for fun' games or apps, where you have to download software, especially if there is any hint of pay for features. Those latter games may very well be rigged ( as indeed may any of them.)
One thing you don't want to do is have to pay, lots to play lots, just to get some strong statistical evidence of cheating. That's just a no win scenario. But then for the fully free games, they can cheat to their hearts content and you would have no redress for that cheating as they are just giving you amusement.
Whatever you choose to do, you would need MANY thousands of hands observed before you could get anywhere close to statistically significant sample size. Personally, I reckon life's too short and bankroll is too precious. If you believe a game is rigged, you have little reason or excuse to play it.
Now, just out of curiosity, I'd be interested in which games and casinos you play, and which you are suspicious of. Maybe PM me details and I'd get back to you with any opinion or observations.
Take care out there. Spare a thought for the newly poor who were happy in their world just a few days ago, but whose whole way of life just collapsed..
Chris
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December 5th, 2018 at 2:28:24 PM permalink
Thanks for the response. The game in question is on the web site Vegas World. They have lots of different games on that site. Slots, Texas Hold'em, 4 types of Blackjack, and a few others. Classic Blackjack. And there is a cost to play. Not a lot, but you have to buy "Gems" which are used to attend parties and receive charms which end up converting to coins. So it is in their interest to sell you more gems by limiting your coin winnings. These are live real games with real other players at the table. Same with Hold'em so you get really good table practice.

I play online at a few free sites to test various ways of betting and other types of strategy. I play at real casino's at mostly MGM properties. Belligiao, Mandaly Bay, MGM Grand, Mirage, Beau Rivage and a few others.

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