I did a experiment, and got blasted for it, but I don’t care.
The point is to prove a point to myself. I played where it’s 250 buy-in chips, and went all in for some time. Not once did I win outright, and the same 2 or 3 seats kept winning. This experiment had nothing to do with “who is a better player”…it was to see where the winning hands are dealt regardless of strategy.
My conclusion, there is a flaw somewhere because it seemed the mechanics do get stuck on the same seats, programatically speaking. Like, how can my seat, or others lose 10 deals in a row, and get beaten by a whisker each time ? So how does the program actually work ?
Sure, I have seen answers before from the upper rooms, “management committees” and what not, and they reply with similar answers that this has been checked and certified by independent blah blah and more blah , programming double speaks that baffles non programmers etc etc.
So, there is a flaw that seems to favor one or 2 seats and they win. The “lucky seat” in other words.
Try this experiment amongst yourselves with a group of friends, go all in at every round for 50 rounds, and observe the “logic” of the so called random selection mechanisms.
It is far from reality in my opinion, you will see it gets “stuck” to favoring the same seat.
Then, if ya agree, swap seats with a losing seat and a winning seat, then try this experiment again, and also try it internationally…cos I also observed the flags, same group of flags seem to be favored ?
No apologies, cos this is a machine we playing…or a dumb bot of a dealer, ( random selector )