"Faulty" VP machine?

slafs

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Hi all!

At a reputable casino, should it be possible for a player to claim that a VP machine was faulty during a session?

I had one that is hard to explain any other way.

4400 games of 100-hand Joker Poker, not once was I dealt any pat hand better than full house. No 4 of a kind, no Straight Flush, no 4 to a Royal. :what: It felt like it was fixed on not giving out any big wins.

Needless to say, the payout was a nightmare, played through $22,000 and lost $1,000, almost on the dot. That's playing 5c per hand.

The payout should be pretty close to 100%, as the paytable gives 100.0459% and I rarely make any mistakes at all. This session paid a whopping 95.5% back! :mad:

It's been a long time since I did any advanced math, but something tells me that:
1. The payout is pretty unlikely.
2. It is pretty unlikely to play 4400 games of Joker Poker without getting at least a pat 4 of a kind.

Anyone had similar experiences or could give me some statistical ammo for complaining to the casino. Or is it useless, even at an accredited one?
 

juliack

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Jan 12, 2007
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Canada
Hi slafs. Could you advise what online software provider is behind the casino in question. Cheers
 

mysticjoz

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Hi Slafs.
Unfortunately,there is no way any of us can tell you if we have had this same experience .. unless we know where it was you played. :Angel: All Software providers and/or casino's (acreditted or not) are different IMO. :D
 

slafs

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Ah, sorry, I always miss the crucial parts when posting. :)

It's a RTG casino, actually the only online casino I know of that offers players edge MH VP..
 

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