Casino randomness, is it real?

Casino randomlessHappy holidays! Never mind, f*ck it, a real holiday is when the wallet is full and ready for  gambling. You probably heard of distance and volatility. However, have you ever thought that Netent and Microgaming might be much smarter networks? By registering an account you get an ID, and here it comes the tracking. It is like getting a Google account and being automatically connected to: Google+, YouTube and so on. To create a script which would control your activity is easier than it may seem. You won’t win more than “they” give you, and less than it is supposed to be — just to keep you in! So, there is no randomness, everything is controlled, the session outcomes have been known long before you started it, and will depend on the bet made, gap and deposit amount.

ID tracking at the online casino

I have no idea how that ID tracking works. It may be applied to: whole software, particular gambling house or platform. You would think that the real evil is the casino, but it actually serves as a selling agent, the software provider is the one you should blame. I suspect that each ID has a scenario associated to it, which depends on the deposit made. It is quite simple — you are allowed to win as you like, but then you lose it all.

Let them f*ck you up for a week, a month, and you will realize that you have no chance to win! It is an indescribable feeling of hopelessness when you get not even the smallest chance to win anything during a night! You f*cked it up so bad, that the only thing that would help you is — Martingale effect. F*cking pyramid. To get back the $5 000 you have lost, you should spend $10 000 and raise the bet. That’s how you get them back. That moment when everything is better than you ever thought it could be, now tell me, have any of you stopped or would stop in that moment of good luck? It’s just like f*cking a chic and stop in the middle and say that you should continue someday. Suppose you got some money, you have no outs until you spend a х2. By doing that you increase your bets and become a high roller. Who wins? Smart people who play at small stakes, the ones who stick to bankroll? In your dreams, the risky guys might win them all someday, but lose it all in the end.

The whole essence of the gambling is not to get your $100, but to create that feeling of a squeezed lemon. Suppose that someone borrows $2 and give them back, then -  $5 and you see them back as well, then - $10, $20 and so on. Soon, by gaining your trust, that someone asks for $2 000. No problem, you know him as a reliable man, but here it comes your disappointment. That’s how it works.

I am not the one who seeks the truth, but some facts are quite weird. I am talking about an overall analysis. Why Novomatic is generous to new accounts by giving away bonuses? Why the poker newcomers win like pros? Why the streamers win it big? You may heard of that man who won $250 000 at Poker Stars. He would rather have gotten struck by lightning. But it’s not about that, everyone may claim winning it big. All successful players win it big. All newcomers are lucky! What a f*ck? Casino has nothing to do with the software, but it may contact the provider and ask for generosity. The Roulette will definitely f*ck you up, the same applies to Poker and Lottery. And for what f*cking sake the casino would not do the same?

You may find thousands of strategies while surfing the web. 6 lines, then 7 lines, and keep raising your bet. Bullshit. It may seem that even the rational people are up to give advice by: playing a big bankroll, then a smaller one, or change the software already. Nonsense. What for? You won’t get a sh*t from that.

Probably the system studies your behavior, and is it confused when you change your style and start winning? Remember yourself in the very beginning! You invest your money to get money, you keep searching ways to get it, even truth may seem like being out there, and while doing stuff like that, the system f*cks you up. You may start winning just by understanding the system — that the casino has no outs.


The casino draws the player’s attention by advertising (casino, affiliate). While the casino is a retail store, the software provider is the corporation which does not deal with all this marketing stuff, its purpose is to hold. By losing 10 times in a row, the player would give up! In the best scenario, the software may be changed by the player. The provider is interested in your winnings, but not withdrawals. You may not withdraw your winnings because of: greediness, drunkenness, stupidness, but not because of lack of winnings! You will blame yourself for not withdrawing all you had. I suspect that the players are still classified. It is quite simple. The software knows you, your temperament — phlegmatic or choleric, and f*cks you up on the basis of your psychology.

If you play quite rarely or are a newcomer, who lives on wages, you would rather play in the demo mode with advertising campaigns. You must experience that feeling of joy and ease, so you must win. Netent invests not to so much on feelings. Once you are in and start withdrawing — you get a badge of dangerous player. From that moment on you should deposit to get something back. Otherwise, you have no chance.

Let’s take a recent play at Loki. A balance of $700, the average bet is $2 and there is no bonus. Money lost, here it comes a new deposit and I get 3 bonuses in 5 mins at the same slot. What a f*ck? Why is it always happening this way?I see, random you say? Believe me, there is no f*cking random, I know what I am saying. The online casino, like the online social networks, has nothing to do with the reality. Though, even the offline may f*ck you up so bad, no chance to leave with money.

For ones who did not get it:

Each deposit you make goes to Netent server or any other software, and there it is decided how much you are going to win or lose. Forget about winnings until you lose enough money to get them. You may probably get a 50% RTP, and depending on your investment status, the RTP tends to that number.

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