Gossip and Rumours Evolution Gaming Rigged ?

Information of a highly dubious nature, possibly outright BS.
No one has provided anything yet!
EXACTLY the central issue here. No proof = no case. Hearsay and opinions are cheap and plentiful.
 
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Sure, if you want to keep surpressing the truth, go ahead, its really what this industry needs more of.
Keep surpressing (sic) the truth? You're the one who deleted your post - not me. All I did was remind you that we have strict rules when it comes to threads like these. And we won't take the hit for posting libellous claims.

Good one taking a shot at me, in my forum, on my website. Let's just see how long this thread will last before you go all hominem on us.
 
Live games adapt to your playing style???

What about all the other players all over the world betting on the same game?? All on different numbers?? Does the game adapt to those as well?

Perhaps everybody gets their own video feed to fuck them over??

Or perhaps the game quickly works out the lowest payout across the board and delivers that number?? Which of course would mean thousands still win regardless?? Not affecting anybody’s individual session.

I don’t know why they just don’t go full ham and spin the ball out of the wheel onto the floor every spin.

Jeeez

Have you watched "The Capture" ? - BBC i-Player :p :p
 
I must admit, I admire the integrity of the OP in quitting his job. I mean, if I was a software engineer in a senior position in a huge company which is rigging their games, surely I'd know how the rig works and be able to profit from it? I guess the prospect of a money tree didn't appeal?

I'll speak to our account manager at Evo, we've obviously not been kept in the loop of this scam and we keep getting players winning on their games. Perhaps they are the OP's ex-colleagues who know how the system works? Just our luck they'd play at Lottomart.
 
When I worked land based I could on a good day 7/10 hit a section of 7-8 numbers and a really good day I could often spin into 3-4 number sections and had even spun exact numbers....honestly this was however after 2 years of working 40h a week on roulette.

Hold on back in a sec, phones ringing, oh its a Stockholm area code....?.....?....?

Yeah but this is on a roulette wheel with diamonds to bounce off and pockets to bounce in and out....

so after hours of practice how hard would it be to be able to hit an area on a wheel that just spins depending how hard you pull it....

I would think with 10 minutes i could get enough muscle memory to hit a zone easily on something like monopoly, however that said I think there is something more to these games than a random wheel
 
Yeah but this is on a roulette wheel with diamonds to bounce off and pockets to bounce in and out....

so after hours of practice how hard would it be to be able to hit an area on a wheel that just spins depending how hard you pull it....

I would think with 10 minutes i could get enough muscle memory to hit a zone easily on something like monopoly, however that said I think there is something more to these games than a random wheel
all time I call my last balance on Roulette i am not pro player I just spin my luck, and I get lucky many times
 
Yeah but this is on a roulette wheel with diamonds to bounce off and pockets to bounce in and out....

so after hours of practice how hard would it be to be able to hit an area on a wheel that just spins depending how hard you pull it....

I would think with 10 minutes i could get enough muscle memory to hit a zone easily on something like monopoly, however that said I think there is something more to these games than a random wheel
but you must be wearing tin hats if you think there could be anything amiss with the provider....





(not sure on this one )



 
players who play long time on evolution and many hours behind they know what is goin on.
who play just few games and leave they never know what is goin on.
if u play 1 number for example u will never hit it unless they let u win or it can take ages.
and when u cover example 35 numbers and leave two empty.
then u will find out how it is possible it is hitting the empty spot in few spins.
before u know your balance is wiped out!
 
players who play long time on evolution and many hours behind they know what is goin on.
who play just few games and leave they never know what is goin on.
if u play 1 number for example u will never hit it unless they let u win or it can take ages.
and when u cover example 35 numbers and leave two empty.
then u will find out how it is possible it is hitting the empty spot in few spins.
before u know your balance is wiped out!
Hey Trees, Great to see CM getting more environmentally friendly with some foliage.

Thanks for your input. It’s an interesting theory, I have a question on your last point though if that’s ok. It was mentioned earlier in the thread too.

If Evo know to pick one of the 2 numbers of the 37 you didn’t pick, how do they do the same for the 1000’s of people who are backing the others on the same spin? The live wheel is shared between 100’s of operators and the video broadcast is the same?

Have a lovely evening.
Mark
 
I must admit, I admire the integrity of the OP in quitting his job. I mean, if I was a software engineer in a senior position in a huge company which is rigging their games, surely I'd know how the rig works and be able to profit from it? I guess the prospect of a money tree didn't appeal?

I'll speak to our account manager at Evo, we've obviously not been kept in the loop of this scam and we keep getting players winning on their games. Perhaps they are the OP's ex-colleagues who know how the system works? Just our luck they'd play at Lottomart.
Correct, every fine aspect of it. That doesn't leave me with a money tree tho ?

If your manager at Evo is straight up with you he will tell you to gather more volume. Since from your post I can already tell your casino doesn't run enough volume to benefit. Ask one of the big guys.
 
Ok I am going to bite. There are several people who are members of the forum who would be in a position to corroborate any evidence you may have. Such as @neilw the Live Games Moderator, who has a lot of experience when it comes to live casino games online.

How about instead of stoking the flames as it were, you contact someone like Neil using the private message system and open up a dialogue with him.

As currently all that you are doing is alleging something with not one iota of proof.

By taking this path you also will not be contravening the forum rules which Bryan spelled out at the beginning of the thread.
 
@DonkeyEvo

I asked you a fairly simply question at the start of this thread that you chose to ignore, so I’ll ask you again in the hope of getting an answer from you.

When you say the live games are “manipulated”, do you mean that they are controlled in order to hit their advertised RTPs and nothing more?

I’ve never laid a bet on Lighting Roulette, but I have spent a small amount of time watching a few live spins. To me it is obvious that the physics of the ball look a bit off, and all I can conclude is there are some magnets involved in order to hit a specific number calculated from all bets placed that round (or over several/many rounds). I would imagine they are doing this in order to maintain the advertised RTP without the possible larger swings that a set of truly random spins might deliver. If this is the case, then the game is delivering to its advertised specifications.

I’d never play such a controlled game like this as I’d prefer true random - slots deliver me all the controlled action I need…
 
The affecting live games part is new to me but with all the dodgy shit that happens with Evolution n countless video's showing it, it wouldn't surprise me.
I had a theory quite a few years ago which as time goes on and more n more money was lost which he has hinted towards.
The theory is we as players think we are learning how to beat the system while in reality it is the exact opposite, the system adapts to you and your style of play, the more you stick to a certain pattern the more it stays against it. Switching that pattern results in a short term reward making you think you learnt how to beat the system with your new "trick", little do people realize that the new "trick" then becomes the new thing the system adapts against.
Kept testing this theory with many good short term results and profits however as programmed to do the system made sure I always lost in the end.
Glad to say I walked away from testing any methods against this system 4 months ago and now enjoy keeping my money in my pocket.
 
@DonkeyEvo

I asked you a fairly simply question at the start of this thread that you chose to ignore, so I’ll ask you again in the hope of getting an answer from you.

When you say the live games are “manipulated”, do you mean that they are controlled in order to hit their advertised RTPs and nothing more?

I’ve never laid a bet on Lighting Roulette, but I have spent a small amount of time watching a few live spins. To me it is obvious that the physics of the ball look a bit off, and all I can conclude is there are some magnets involved in order to hit a specific number calculated from all bets placed that round (or over several/many rounds). I would imagine they are doing this in order to maintain the advertised RTP without the possible larger swings that a set of truly random spins might deliver. If this is the case, then the game is delivering to its advertised specifications.

I’d never play such a controlled game like this as I’d prefer true random - slots deliver me all the controlled action I need…
In general, to simply explain this is not possible as the complete process is very complex.

However for most games all players are put into a container. This container then decides the games outcome based on many different factors.
 
In general, to simply explain this is not possible as the complete process is very complex.

However for most games all players are put into a container. This container then decides the games outcome based on many different factors.
What games are you talking about?

Can you talk us through one of the games, how it works and what has been done to it? - high level is fine.
 
In general, to simply explain this is not possible as the complete process is very complex.

However for most games all players are put into a container. This container then decides the games outcome based on many different factors.
I would say large stakes would put a player at a low priority of that container (unless they have lost ridiculous amounts and long term RTP needs to correct itself) but there's no doubt that live isnt really "live" but controlled by an RNG with the live portion being for show purposes.
 

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