Do download casinos cheat more than flash casinos?

chucho

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Is their a differance between, for example, the way intercasino's flash casino plays compared to their download casino. In other words, does one cheat more than the other, or when they flip the "switch" does the same switch operate both versions. I don't know, but I do play the flash version at Gold Club and Casino 365 regularly and I rarely win at Gold Club but win frequently at 365 even though they should be the same game. If I win 4 hands in a row at Gold Club it I feel like god must have flipped the switch but if I win 4 hands in a row at 365 it is normal as it happens a lot as it should in a normal game.
 

bethug

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casino365 is one of the fairest casino, i have not went back to gold club cause i complain to support about adding money to my account and they never got back to me, also i lost like 18 hands in a row with gold club.

I think gold club which is use to be own by boss, was fixed. But right now i dont believe the rest of them are.
 

fortyoz

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Does everybody here believe they have a 'switch' for winning and losing? I mean .. I play at land casinos almost every day here in Costa Rica, I can go a whole shoe ( 4 decks ) without losing, or without winning sometimes... just happens.

Same appears to be the case online, i'd love for someone to show me otherwise.
 

chucho

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fortyoz said:
Does everybody here believe they have a 'switch' for winning and losing? I mean .. I play at land casinos almost every day here in Costa Rica, I can go a whole shoe ( 4 decks ) without losing, or without winning sometimes... just happens.

Same appears to be the case online, i'd love for someone to show me otherwise.
I hear what you are saying and their is no way we will ever know. I think they flip the switch, some more than others. For example, I feel that Crockfords does not filp the switch or very rarely. Playtech has the biggest switch out their. Play a large number of hands at Crockfords and then Playtech and tell me that their is no such thing as a switch then.
 

maxfalcon

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IMHO, I don't think there is a "switch" as you call it. Gambling is a negative expectation game, so I don't see why casinos (both land-based and online) needs to trick their customers, knowing that there is a chance of being caught. In average, on the large number of players they get, they are making money, that's all. ;)

When online casinos cheats is when they don't pay winnings.
 
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