Well, what you said is somewhat true but does not address the issue I brought up. Yes, people will play almost any 2 cards and call all day long so you see very strange hands at showdown. The hands I have been posting have nothing to do with that though so they cannot be explained away by the players. I’ll use the most obvious and easy to spot example of a flop containing 3 of a kind. It doesn’t matter what any of the players hold or what they decide to play or fold. The flop is totally a function of the deal. This type of flop is supposed to happen once every 424 hands. If you see it happen 6 times in 400 hands one night, that would be odd but could still happen once in a blue moon with a random deal. If you see the same thing several times, then the odds of it being a natural occurrence are lower. If multiple people on multiple tables see this happening at a rate 6-7 times more frequently than the odds say it should, that’s just fishy.
Out of curiosity, what evidence do you have that the software is fair? There is an old certification for the RNG here but that says nothing about the other programing and nothing about what is currently going on. Many people here have provided examples of uncommon deals. Each player has given anecdotal evidence from separate tables in separate games at different times. All of these anecdotes add up to a decent amount of evidence that the deals are not random. Not 1 single piece of evidence has been brought up to refute that suspicion and while I am sure you are a nice and well-meaning person, your claim is not backed by anything concrete.
I have seen more statistical anomalies here in my ~30K hands than I have in 10 times that many playing for cash online. Unless I see some evidence to explain what I (and others) have seen, I will continue to believe that the program is not random but instead juiced for added action. This would not be the 1st or only site to mess with the action. It boosts excitement and that may be good for business.