RNG Blackjack

myke35

Experienced Member
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Sep 25, 2018
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Uk
Why does RNG Blackjack feel so rigged?

It feels like if it's your time to lose the dealer will either always draw 1 above you or push your Blackjack. I've seen it so many times and can see it coming now and actually laugh at the possibility of it happening in a B&M casino.
The most frequent ones I see are when you have 20 the dealer's next card(s) will almost always add up to 21 or they have Blackjack. Same if you have 21 the dealer will almost always pull a Blackjack to ensure they win.
I find this more prominent too if you bet high. It's like you're almost guaranteed to lose most high bet hands.

I enjoy playing Blackjack but always have this at the back of my mind and often find myself questioning why I play RNG Blackjack if I might be being ripped off in some way.

I tried playing live Blackjack but don't enjoy that as much as if you're betting low most of the low bet tables are going to be full and the game is going to be really slow.
 

KasinoKing

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I have had unbelievably brutal sessions online... AND in B&M casinos.
And some great runs too.
I'm happy enough that online is fair - at least, on Microgaming where I play.

KK
 

goatwack

Get dunked, big buns!
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Aug 29, 2012
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Londonia
I don't believe AI-infested Blackjack plays anything like a real game of BJ. As mentioned, in no small part thanks to the lack a 'shoe' or finite decks that can be counted :D

I thought I was being cheated years ago due to the 'dealer's' penchant for getting wild BJs & 21s seemingly at the most opportune times. So whilst it may be RNG it sure as hell seems to favour the dealer more than it ought to, and I couldn't envisage trusting its integrity at higher bets. Any notion of standard BJ tactics also go flying out of the window :cool:
 

aceking123

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No different from the so called unbaised roulette which just rips you off pretty much everytime it always lands in sectors which arent covered at 70%
 

goatwack

Get dunked, big buns!
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Aug 29, 2012
Location
Londonia
No different from the so called unbaised roulette which just rips you off pretty much everytime it always lands in sectors which arent covered at 70%
Only sure way to succeed at Roulette is cover every number at every conceivable angle, odds, evens & both colours.

So one loses a little, but also wins everytime! :p
 
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