All Casino Software is Not Created Equal
Of course making that statement is coning a
cliché, but it’s something new casino players have to understand.
Casino software is not a “one size fits all,” and it will vary
according to the site on which you are playing. For this reason you
cannot assume you can use the same strategies on every site you play.
Unless you know the game is the exact same one and is using the exact
same software you will need to develop your strategy for that site.
On the other hand software can be customized to
fit the user or operator, so you may even find the same software on two
different sites but it may operate just a little differently because of
different designs. For instance, the roulette wheel may spin faster or
slower or the dice in the craps games may fall differently. If you play
different sites it is best to assume that each site on which you play
is running different software.
All casino software will have to use randomizers, they are not allowed
to run on a pre-programmed setting. This would open it up to being
abused, and people who knew the system would be able to beat it each
and every time. So it is a requirement that every online casino
software uses randomizers to make random decisions for each and every
Of course, they will have set percentages at which they should run too,
this is exactly the same as a regular slot machine. So there is no
difference with you playing a casino game online or at your local
casino. All of the reputable online casino brands will be very open
about their percentages too, so you can compare them from one casino to