posted on Apr, 14 2015 @ 04:00 AM
a reply to: wantsome
The RNGs on modern machines are changed remotely via internet. An old machine probably wouldn't have worked this way. I would still doubt that the
old machine would stick to the same RNG. I may be wrong but it's the first line of investigation when trying to 'glitch'
I will add though, even though the RNGs are not random they're very, very hard to pre-empt/predict. The example I gave above regarding an online
texas holdem RNG - I am not exaggerating when I say it took two people ten hours a day for over 5 days, maybe almost two weeks to be able to predict
(reasonably accurately) 2 out of 3 flop cards.
Subconsciously (and then becomes consciously) we do recognise patterns on these electronic machines. Fruit machines though - here's the clever bit -
they're made in such a way to make you think you are recognising meaningful patterns
but all this is just to keep you playing. Very clever
machines designed for not very clever people - fruit machines.