having played about 3,000 hands at Victor Chandlers SD BJ (powered by Chartwell) I can only advise you not to try the same! This goes for the entire group! The results are far away from whats expected from a Single Deck Blackjack game, house edge being rather .8 than .2 or .3 % .
Although I dont have sufficient proof it appears to me that the SD BJ game at Eurobet/Coral is much more random and fair than at VC casinos.
As far as Im concerned Ive wasted time and money at this place for the last time today
Perhaps if you said 8%, I would be more surprised, but .8%? That is just normal variance. I have played 3,000 hands at another casino and ended up down about 100 units (3.3%), and I'm not claiming that is anything other than normal variance.
3000 * .008 = 24. 24 units down in 3000 initial bet? That translates as rigged?
You know about variance? That's the thing that allows people to win $5,000 while others are losing.
3000 hands has a variance of about 64 units. So anything between 3000 * .0025 +- 64 = -71.5 to 56.5 would be ONE standard deviation. That only accompanies about 2/3 of the distribution. So 1/3 of results would be outside even that. If we were talking about 3 sigma, that would be roughly -200 units, which is nearly 7%, and even that, although much more suggestive, would not be proof of cheating.
So your results are not even vaguely suggestive of cheating. Not even a tiny sniff.
I personally know how hard it can be to believe that things aren't rigged against you when you have lost big, but 99% of the time it's not true.
The problem is that even it were true, it's actually very hard to prove these accusations without vast samples, unless the casino is cheating very blatantly. Things could be rigged to give the casino an extra 0.2%, and it would be nigh on impossible to ever prove it.
Your comments about Victor Chandler being bad and Eurobet/Coral being good?
Well I could present my 'evidence' that it's the contrary. I lost quite a bit at Coral, and have won every single time I have played the VC Chartwell skins.