How can we prove online card games are 'not' rigged?
If we can't, then there's millions more retarded suckers than I thought lol 😀
- 3 months ago
Its rather simple, honestly, prove it is all simple probability. You can do this yourself even to make the process go a lot smoother. Simply play 100 rounds of your game of choice (1,000 even if you want a better sample size) and record each result. How often did you win, how often did you lose on the last card, how much did the money you put down effect the result (I think for transparency and accuracy sake, a minimum of $50 per round should be established as the baseline). Then just do the math and find out the percentage for each. Publish your results online and there you have it, definitive proof that online card games are 'not' rigged.Source(s): My high school math teacher
- STEPHENLv 73 months ago
Of course they're rigged. Online card games, like every form of casino game, are rigged insofar as the odds always, always, always favour the house. Once you understand that, they don't need to "rig" anything.
- Coffee DrinkerLv 73 months ago
I suppose the only way to prove it would be to study computer science and have access to the source code and read for yourself that the code does in fact distribute cards at random.
Or you could learn statistics and track thousands of hands and show that the results follow the normal distribution of a properly shuffled, fully random deck. This would show that there is no strong trend of cards being rigged, but conspiracy theorists would still claim that one or two hands are occasionally rigged but its just not often enough to show up as an anomaly in the statistics.
Or you could just use common sense and realize that the website owners make tons of money from a perfectly fair game, and could lose everything and go to jail for running a crooked game, and therefore there is no logical reason why they would rig the game.
- SlickterpLv 73 months ago
They make million without it being rigged, what is the point of rigging it?
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- LegFuJohnsonLv 73 months ago
Tough to prove a negative. How would you prove that a card game with the dealer in front of you isn't rigged? You wouldn't know.
- PearlLv 73 months ago
i dont think we can prove it
- Anonymous3 months ago
You can't because they are rigged.