Well, if the only result of your reasoning is that everything is probably rigged, than you have to think harder.Sometimes when I get ot others get some cards or when I see people raising before the river with nothing and then they got the only card that they are searching for....it make me think.
Yeah, of course it would. Think if I had X-ray eyes to see through your cards in a live game, what a big advantage that would be.Think if you can have just an account with a cahnge of winnings higher or if you know how the software is built...this gives incredible bigger chances.
I believe that the cards are random in live games. The problem I have is in the sit n goes the network/casino has all ready pulled in there money, so they want the tournament to end as quick as possible so players can sign up again. I have seen bizzare things there where when it is down to two people, the guy with the chip lead always wins when both players are all in, no matter how much of an underdog he is. So if they could rig a sit n go to go faster, could they do it in live games. But in live games they do not behifit like they do in a tournament.
In the sit n go lets say there was a 1.00 buy in. The casino makes 10.00. if the sit n go lasts 1 hour the casino only raked 10.00 in that hour. If they could cause the tournament to last just 30 minutes, the casino just doubled their profits and everyone is still happy.
The casino opens another sit n go, bandwitdh is free and the casino can make additional profits.