Scrollock, maybe you should drop a note to The Wizard of Odds.
As usual, a statistical test is only valid if the parametres are established first, as in the Casino Bar experiment. In this case, assuming 33,000 to one is correct, you'd expect a result like this over 127 hands once every 33,126 hands if my recollection of the process is correct - you need to "reset" the test on each subsequent hand when you do it retrospectively like this.
If the player had set out to play 127 hands with intention of establishing proof of a fix, he'd have landed on a four million to one event. Pretty good evidence. As it is, this is just painful, not conclusive.
All of which is to say: don't go bothering Mike with this, 'cos it'll lead nowhere.
I've never played Chartwell baccarat, but I've played plenty of blackjack and have not the slightest doubt that the game is not randomly dealt. Can't prove it, nor am I much inclined to try. Just horrible software.