Ive been playing blackjack at bovado for nearly a year. They are currently in the process of removing their casino games from their website (i wonder why?) and have encouraged their members to register with ignition casino to continue playing casino games which have the same format and are identical to the casino games on bovada. So i just played with $100 on ignition casino and had the most fishy experience of my life playing blackjack. I played 37 consecutive hands in a row (strict general strategy)and bet $1 on each of those hands. During that period of time, the dealer never won more than 2 consecutive hands, and he did that on 3 different occasions. I recorded 15 wins, 13 loses, and 9 pushes. On hands 38-46, i bet $5, $5, $5, $5, $25, $5, $1, $1, and $25 and lost those 9 consecutive hands with the dealer not busting in the last 18 consecutive hands dealt with a total of 5 bust cards showing during the last 18 consecutive hands. I dont need anyone from bovada or ignition jumping into the comments talking about needing a larger sample size of hands dealt because i have recorded the last 477 hands dealt, and there are more similar situations like this that happened but this was the most fishy one. I called them to ask them if they are a legitimate casino and all they kept repeating to me was something about their random number generator, and that hot and cold streaks happen. I told them i was aware of the streaky nature of blackjack, but the only explanation that they could give me for having a winning record in 37 consecutive hands valued at $1 with the dealer never winning more than 2 consecutive hands during that time span and then losing the next 9 consecutive hands valued at $5,$5,$5,$5,$25,$5,$1,$1, and $25 was a run of bad luck. To me something is clearly off. Does anyone else have any thoughts on this?