Justice against Bald Fred known as Bet Fred

Scottyboi

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I think the whole industry is bent as a 9-bob note mate. Who knows whether these games are paying out the percentages they are supposed to? I'll bet (bad choice of words) half of them are not.

They are all regulated they run off a random number generator system and you can find the information for each slot on every bookies site before playing. Anyone governed by the GC cannot tamper with any of that stuff and the games providers such as red tiger would not risk losing their license over it.
 

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I think the whole industry is bent as a 9-bob note mate. Who knows whether these games are paying out the percentages they are supposed to? I'll bet (bad choice of words) half of them are not.
I agree, I've played, years ago, at tables, in casinos and as far as I'm concerned they were fair, I've seen some big winners, and they paid out happily, as they get a surge of new punters as the news spreads. I wouldn't trust this internet shit though, no chance.
 

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It wasn't online blackjack though it was a slot casino game wasn't it, and the software provider said it had glitches and was giving out bonus rounds when it shouldn't.

Online blackjack as a return to player of like 99.9% if you follow the correct strat it's one of the safer things to gamble on really.
Oh sorry, I thought someone said it was blackjack, I understand if it was a slot machine. Still, it's not the punters responsibility, so they had to pay out.
 

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They are all regulated they run off a random number generator system and you can find the information for each slot on every bookies site before playing. Anyone governed by the GC cannot tamper with any of that stuff and the games providers such as red tiger would not risk losing their license over it.
Even so, I think the industry is permeated with dodgy characters and some downright crooks and I cannot believe none of them bend the rules or look for technical (and difficult to spot) loopholes which reduce payout percentages. The number generators may be squeaky clean but the computer algorithms and programming which use them are complex, cryptic and I would imagine, very, very difficult to audit. Even something as seemingly innocuous as "Monopoly Gold" on the Lotto website. I don't know if you've ever played it, but the numbers the dice come up with are clearly VERY far from random - or you'd be winning thousands every other game - so fair enough. But given that the numbers are frigged, who could tell or prove that they weren't frigged slightly more in favour of the operator than they are letting on? Personally, I would be absolutely staggered if half of it is not bent.
 

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Even so, I think the industry is permeated with dodgy characters and some downright crooks and I cannot believe none of them bend the rules or look for technical (and difficult to spot) loopholes which reduce payout percentages. The number generators may be squeaky clean but the computer algorithms and programming which use them are complex, cryptic and I would imagine, very, very difficult to audit. Even something as seemingly innocuous as "Monopoly Gold" on the Lotto website. I don't know if you've ever played it, but the numbers the dice come up with are clearly VERY far from random - or you'd be winning thousands every other game - so fair enough. But given that the numbers are frigged, who could tell or prove that they weren't frigged slightly more in favour of the operator than they are letting on? Personally, I would be absolutely staggered if half of it is not bent.

If that was the case me and my mates would not have made so much money from high risk casino offers as it relies on the maths being spot on. We have done millions of spins between us.
 

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If that was the case me and my mates would not have made so much money from high risk casino offers as it relies on the maths being spot on. We have done millions of spins between us.
Maybe. TBH I think you have no way of knowing.
 

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My first bet on the betfred app was 4 team footy accumulator. they all came in. The app kept shutting down and when i signed back in it came up as one selection WIN and had the other three games as not played yet.
 

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I remember the old one arm bandits where it was 3 cogs that spun round. The bastards used to fill the one of the teeth with lead so that it would hit on it but not stop, moving on to the next picture, so if you needed 3 aces, one then two would click down but as you saw the third ace and thought you'd one, bang it went past.
 

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