It has been reported by both Michael Shackleford, A.S.A (Wizard of Odds) and Dr. Eliot Jacobson – President of Jacobson Gaming, LLC – that BLR Technologies is running rogue software. Michael Shackelford has reported on this here where he states:
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Eliot Jacobson posted his warning in our forum here:
The game of craps offered by BLR Technology is rigged; it performed in a rogue fashion against all tested strategies. There is no indication that a strategy could be devised to defeat this rogue programming; it appears to be adaptive.This is not a matter of a faulty RNG, or an RNG that is somehow producing one outcome more often than another. This is hard coded rogue logic built into the game software. I have tested RNG’s for many years, and have a lot of experience with improper installations of RNG’s and with RNG’s that are not performing randomly. This software gave no indication of a problem with the RNG. Rather, the software gave an indication of weighting the outcomes according to the bets on the table, with the RNG producing an outcome consistent with this weighting…
When one of our members emailed the casino, asking about the allegations, they responded with this:
That’s Rogue with a capital “R”.
Further information and evidence of rigging can be found : BLR Tech Casinos Craps Software Thread.