Stop denying Blackjack isn't "rigged".

Tandemcross

New member

I have put in hundreds of hours in rl life casinos. I have put in hundreds of hours playing bj online as well. I have put in a few hundred hours playing bj in this game. I have read almost everything anyone has said regarding bj in your game.

It IS rigged. Stop denying it. They/we aren't being sore losers. And it is not "random". That seems to be the only response people get when they come here to talk about it. Literally the only thing you say regarding this subject is: "derp herp its random".

Dealers don't get a 20 or 21 literally 50% of the time, or 20-21 literally 5-10 times in a row. ESP how many 21's they get in a row sometimes.

It is rigged, and that sucks cause I like playing bj. The only time play it now is for completing dailys or weekly's... Even if you only do that you can see how rigged it is.

If you payed attention to the chat in game you'll see that BJ is a joke to them and not worth playing.

DL_Paul

Administrator

The game is as random as we can reasonably make it within the confines of a computer program (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Random_number_generation). There have literally been millions of blackjack hands played and our house edge presents at approximately 0.56%. Now playing with optimal strategy can even further your advantage, but some players will naturally go against optimal.

There is quite honestly no point in rigging any of the games. Casino's have a house edge built in and just letting the natural odds play out ensures the advantage. This is not hidden and is obvious in real life as it is in a simulation.

We've all played in casinos and we all somehow leave with our wallets a little lighter...

Culigan

Member

the edge is not an answer. the house has its edge + some kind of random luck wich is unfair. unlike every other games of the house bj should work like any other bj games. with a number of decks that turns logically and not some kind of opacity random numbers.

go in standard or vip room and the strategy guideline will works. you will win money. go in high hills and you will loose all your money. i l’ost some 3m here before stopping this game for this reason

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Charlie Mac

Member

This is SO true. I don't even care about winning I just want to finish my daily challenges. If this game is not rigged, why does it cost me $1000 (minimum bet and folding every crap hand) and an hour of my life anytime there is a lose to a dealer black jack or get a black jack. It is by far the most cheating game in the entire casino. In fact, I never play it outside of daily challenges which is sad as it is the only game I have never (and never will) gotten to tier 40 on.

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Charlie Mac

Member

Oh,,, and don't forget my PERSONAL favorite,,, getting split Ace's and the dealer gets blackjack. Give me the statistics on how often that happens. If it even has outside of the four kings.


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Charlie Mac

Member

DL_Paul wrote

The game is as random as we can reasonably make it within the confines of a computer program (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Random_number_generation). There have literally been millions of blackjack hands played and our house edge presents at approximately 0.56%. Now playing with optimal strategy can even further your advantage, but some players will naturally go against optimal.

There is quite honestly no point in rigging any of the games. Casino's have a house edge built in and just letting the natural odds play out ensures the advantage. This is not hidden and is obvious in real life as it is in a simulation.

We've all played in casinos and we all somehow leave with our wallets a little lighter...

This is true. However, our wallets do not get lighter from the same casino everytime we go there from the same game. I have been playing your bl;ack jack for nearly 3yrs now and its crap every single time I play it. No exceptions.


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Tandemcross

New member

DL_Paul wrote

The game is as random as we can reasonably make it within the confines of a computer program (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Random_number_generation). There have literally been millions of blackjack hands played and our house edge presents at approximately 0.56%. Now playing with optimal strategy can even further your advantage, but some players will naturally go against optimal.

There is quite honestly no point in rigging any of the games. Casino's have a house edge built in and just letting the natural odds play out ensures the advantage. This is not hidden and is obvious in real life as it is in a simulation.

We've all played in casinos and we all somehow leave with our wallets a little lighter...

Since you insulted me I guess I should respond.

Your crappy "program" isn't random. Once again, dealers don't hit 20's or 21's as much as they do in your game.

And whats the point in having any "skill" if you admit it's "random"??? It clearly isn't random because if it was I wouldn't see the dealer get 20/21 over and over again. As in just now, last 5 hands I just played were for the dealer... 2bjs and 3 20's.... just did 5 more and dealer 19, 19, 20, bj, 21.. every time had a face card showing.

I know what the house edge is and I don't care how many hands have been played in your game. there is no optimal strat. If it's random that means it will randomly hit 20 or 21.

Last edited by Tandemcross (14 Jul 2018 14:02)

Tandemcross

New member

Sorry for being rude, your program is more frustrating then playing for real money.

I would have to agree with these other 4 Kings patrons, There is definitely a big difference between real BJ and 4 Kings BJ. I wouldn't call it rigged but there is an amazing amount on 20's the dealer gets in the regular BJ room. Now, the High Rollers and VIP are seem different and the single deck is a totally different ball game.  I will only play Single deck when I want to play outside of any  BJ daily's.

DL_David

Administrator

Bloodsabbath68 wrote

INow, the High Rollers and VIP are seem different

It is identical code that runs the games in the blackjack room, VIP and High Rollers.

Charlie Mac

Member

In a REAL Black Jack game a dealer wouldn't draw 6 cards 4 of them coincidentally being Aces to still beat you...


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So how does the shuffling work? Are all of the cards from a 6 deck shoe shuffled, then locked in to that order and delt or are the cards randomly picked from a pool of remaining cards?

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DL_Jared

Administrator

Bloodsabbath68 wrote

So how does the shuffling work? Are all of the cards from a 6 deck shoe shuffled, then locked in to that order and delt or are the cards randomly picked from a pool of remaining cards?

The shoe is shuffled and does have an actual arrangement much like a real deck or shoe would,