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  1. thats the exact problem its not mathematically correct with the computor choosingthe cards after esch betting round its causingan impossible mathematical amountsof bad beat straights flishs full houses and river card wins. hands that have 7% or less chance of winningare winning around 70 to 80% of the time. the whole problemis that the math is incorrect and not possiblein real scenarios. thats why it needs to be totally random each hand from beforethe cards are dealt to the river card. if not your not even playing poker your playing a computer program. the fact that its not randomis the whole reasonthe game is not perfect. its completely unfairand unrealisticand mathematically impossible for most of the hands ive playedto turnout the way they do. becausethe computer likes to pick the the underdoghands to win and 80% of the time evenwith a 90% chanceof winning the hand with one or two cards to go you willl lose. thats what ive seen. its more than worth the money to make it random and fair than to play a poker game where odds and math dont exsist and just praying the computer picks your card . i would rather have the mathematical odds of my hands winning or losing be a factor ratherthan the computer picking the cards that will show based off the cards from the hands in play. giving you an unrealistic and mathematically impossible chance of a fair game. turn and river cards in real poker aren't drawn from only the cards in play or the next card drawn dosen't depend on or considered by whats in the players hands. they are randomly chosen from whats left of the cards of the full deck that was used to play the hand. computer generated cards take the math out of the game and make a fair game impossible. randomness is the one thing will make your game more consistent and fair and fun to your patrons. if peopleare spendinghard earned moneyand spending personaltime playingyour game they deservea fair chance at playing it and right now sir they dont have one. I know how to play been playing for your game two weeks and almost number one in ranked tournaments and will be number one shortly. that's with getting out drawn with a 90% or higher chance of winning the hand 70 to 80% of the time because of the way the computer chooses the next cards. You have to play the computer program more than playing poker in order to win constantly because the program is completely unrealistic and mathematically impossible.
  2. thats the exact problem its not mathematically correct with the computor choosingthe cards after esch betting round its causingan impossible mathematical amountsof bad beat straights flishs full houses and river card wins. hands that have 7% or less chance of winningare winning around 70 to 80% of the time. the whole problemis that the math is incorrect and not possiblein real scenarios. thats why it needs to be totally random each hand from beforethe cards are dealt to the river card. if not your not even playing poker your playing a computer program. the fact that its not randomis the whole reasonthe game is not perfect. its completely unfairand unrealisticand mathematically impossible for most of the hands ive playedto turnout the way they do. becausethe computer likes to pick the the underdoghands to win and 80% of the time evenwith a 90% chanceof winning the hand with one or two cards to go you willl lose. thats what ive seen. its more than worth the money to make it random and fair than to play a poker game where odds and math dont exsist and just praying the computer picks your card . i would rather have the mathematical odds of my hands winning or losing be a factor ratherthan the computer picking the cards that will show based off the cards from the hands in play. giving you an unrealistic and mathematically impossible chance of a fair game. turn and river cards in real poker aren't drawn from only the cards in play or the next card drawn dosen't depend on or considered by whats in the players hands. they are randomly chosen from whats left of the cards of the full deck that was used to play the hand. computer generated cards take the math out of the game and make a fair game impossible. randomness is the one thing will make your game more consistent and fair and fun to your patrons. if peopleare spendinghard earned moneyand spending personaltime playingyour game they deservea fair chance at playing it and right now sir they dont have one. I know how to play been playing for your game two weeks and almost number one in ranked tournaments and will be number one shortly. that's with getting out drawn with a 90% or higher chance of winning the hand 70 to 80% of the time because of the way the computer chooses the next cards. You have to play the computer program more than playing poker in order to win constantly because the program is completely unrealistic and mathematically impossible.
  3. thats the exact problem its not mathematically correct with the computor choosingthe cards after esch betting round its causingan impossible mathematical amountsof bad beat straights flishs full houses and river card wins. hands that have 7% or less chance of winningare winning around 70 to 80% of the time. the whole problemis that the math is incorrect and not possiblein real scenarios. thats why it needs to be totally random each hand from beforethe cards are dealt to the river card. if not your not even playing poker your playing a computer program. the fact that its not randomis the whole reasonthe game is not perfect. its completely unfairand unrealisticand mathematically impossible for most of the hands ive playedto turnout the way they do. becausethe computer likes to pick the the underdoghands to win and 80% of the time evenwith a 90% chanceof winning the hand with one or two cards to go you willl lose. thats what ive seen. its more than worth the money to make it random and fair than to play a poker game where odds and math dont exsist and just praying the computer picks your card . i would rather have the mathematical odds of my hands winning or losing be a factor ratherthan the computer picking the cards that will show based off the cards from the hands in play. giving you an unrealistic and mathematically impossible chance of a fair game. turn and river cards in real poker aren't drawn from only the cards in play or the next card drawn dosen't depend on or considered by whats in the players hands. they are randomly chosen from whats left of the cards of the full deck that was used to play the hand. computer generated cards take the math out of the game and make a fair game impossible. randomness is the one thing will make your game more consistent and fair and fun to your patrons. if peopleare spendinghard earned moneyand spending personaltime playingyour game they deservea fair chance at playing it and right now sir they dont have one. I know how to play been playing for your game two weeks and almost number one in ranked tournaments and will be number one shortly. that's with getting out drawn with a 90% or higher chance of winning the hand 70 to 80% of the time because of the way the computer chooses the next cards. You have to play the computer program more than playing poker in order to win constantly because the program is completely unrealistic and mathematically impossible.