Software Complaint Monopoly live. Confirmed? Rigged/predetermined

spiker1977

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So here a video from a streamers hole session.


It start from 01:51.10 when he gets 4 rolls

Fast recap what happens. he get 4 rolls last roll is re-roll (dice on one corner) looks like 7 .. rolls 2 time more 7 and 7.

Then they cancel the hole round and they do a new spins that goes straight to 4 rolls again.

I have been lucky on this game but i seem to have a patter what it hits and when.

Take a look and decide your self, i dont think the weel is random, its computer controlled.


If this is in the wrong place, admin just move it. Ty.
 
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chiya

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I mean idk ... it's suspicious sure, but rolling 7 3 times in row hardly screams rigged to me and the probability isn't even as low as you might imagine. The timing is just unfortunate..

Even if there's a possibility to control the wheel there's no definite proof anywhere that it's being used outside of this scenario, where they effectively had to repeat the game round so they had to spin it again and it had to land on 4. Would people have preferred for them to cancel the bet instead? I'm sure it'd be their right to do so .. game malfunction and all that.
 

MrEvil

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It feels super rigged if they can controll the wheel so it lands on 4 again, and exposing that seems like a really bad move from their side. Maybe it was just luck that it landed on 4 rolls again, but all of this makes me question the fairness of these kind of games, and i don't spend money on things i doubt.
 

sufferinsilence

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I mean idk ... it's suspicious sure, but rolling 7 3 times in row hardly screams rigged to me and the probability isn't even as low as you might imagine. The timing is just unfortunate..

Even if there's a possibility to control the wheel there's no definite proof anywhere that it's being used outside of this scenario, where they effectively had to repeat the game round so they had to spin it again and it had to land on 4. Would people have preferred for them to cancel the bet instead? I'm sure it'd be their right to do so .. game malfunction and all that.

They did void the bet as you can see, he (and all other players) got refunded for the round and then they start a new round which also lands on 4 rolls. Usually they just reroll when a dice gets "stuck" on the side, not sure why they voided the whole game round this time.

It's not like it hasn't happened before that the wheel landed on 4 rolls twice in a row but this time it seems like they "control" it because of the cancelled game round which makes it seem suspicious.
 

spiker1977

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I used Confirmed? on the topic, ppl can decide them self what they think.

When they voided the whole game round and ppl that did no bet on the next one (who had bet on the last 4 rolls did not get any win).
 

sufferinsilence

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I used Confirmed? on the topic, ppl can decide them self what they think.

When they voided the whole game round and ppl that did no bet on the next one (who had bet on the last 4 rolls did not get any win).

Well, ofcourse. When they void a game round you get your money back and the next round you have to buy in again. They can simply hide behind the malfunction voids all bets rule and that's it.
 

neilw

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Well, I'm gobbed smacked. As far as I knew, and I only saw the original dream catcher wheel up close when visiting the studio, there was nothing behind the wheel except sensors. This monopoly wheel is clearly different and it would seem can be controlled in some way to slow it down.
I'm going to ask my contact at Evolution for an explanation. This somewhat validates claims by some people that the wheel could be manipulated, whether they would or wouldn't is clearly up for debate, but that has to leave some doubt now.
 

colinsunderland

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Well, I'm gobbed smacked. As far as I knew, and I only saw the original dream catcher wheel up close when visiting the studio, there was nothing behind the wheel except sensors. This monopoly wheel is clearly different and it would seem can be controlled in some way to slow it down.
I'm going to ask my contact at Evolution for an explanation. This somewhat validates claims by some people that the wheel could be manipulated, whether they would or wouldn't is clearly up for debate, but that has to leave some doubt now.

Lets not forget their explanation last time something dodgy happened with their wheel ;)

https://www.casinomeister.com/forums/threads/dreamcatcher-wheel.79459/post-947985
 

lockinlove

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wasnt long ago this streamer was doing 50 cent bets with 10 viewers. Suddenly he has 5000 viewers and max bet every slot all day every day

Incredible people think this is legit even a little a bit.
 

wobble33

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OMG

The way that wheel slowed down to hit the 4 rolls! that spin tells it all tbh.....
 

Jono777

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...You all saw how a staff member walks behind the dice after the 'crash' Well just imagine what's behind that wheel, I heard no applicants over 3' tall were interviewed.
 
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