I'm very concerned because my win rate is very high on this game. So....
- It either is rigged that way to make players believe they kick behind. The only way you could really tell is to have multiple players together at the same table cross check to verify that the results are uniform across the board (That is not everyone is winning more artificially (seeing their own version of each shoe - lol)). This is not likely.
- The shuffles are not as complex?
- I have serious psychological issues based on real live casino play at the same house so much which include:
> Real live casino dynamics in general causing distractions.
> Knowing other players, dealers, floor management.
> New shoes being called for or tables being closed due to inactivity.
> The ability to hear and see other table play more readily.
Please try it and see what you think.
Players prepare differently for The Masters
and The British Open
so I'm leaning to thinking virtual practice at a live casino is still the best.