PLAYING POKER: The Ultimate Small Business Idea Part 2
Copyright 2006 The Brad Eden Company The truth about online poker Online is you do not use a real deck of cards. You really don't even use cards at all while playing any type of game online. You are playing with computer generated information. These are the same numbers as mathematics that are flawed and irregular and have a massive array of patterns. This is why I cannot stress the importance of securing your own personal poker business. I personally found that once I re-evaluated everything I did not want to continue playing poker online unless I had an incredible edge not only over the players but the site itself.
When I first started I played not for recreation but because I thought I had a chance to make some money out of it. Then when I came into the poker scene and literally got robbed of hundreds of dollars. I'm sure you've seen poker sites post their "RNG certificates" to show that you are playing a "fair game". "RNG" stands for Random Number Generator. The "RNG" is a special area in computer gaming software that will "try" to produce a "random event".
In poker software the "random event" would be the cards and the outcome of the hand. Not many people understand this concept but producing a completely random event from a computer is IMPOSSIBLE. Think about this for a second. If a completely random event was possible from a computer that would mean Artificial Intelligence would be possible. Artificial Intelligence is basically having a computer hold a real conversation with you and being able to do anything at all it wanted. Since we are not living in a fantasy world this is not possible. That also means that when the poker RNG software tries to pick random cards and random events it is simply relying on what it is programmed to do. Every event that occurs from a computer requires a human to program that event. This is the big question about online gambling software. How is it fair then if it is not random? The bottom line is simple.
When you physically pick up a deck of cards and begin to shuffle those cards you are causing a natural random event that a computer would never be capable of doing. Your motion and sense of touch and all of your other senses for that matter are playing a major role in where those cards fall. You will never get that type of randomness from a computer generated deck of cards. The poker sites will never let the public know how their RNG functions because then we could mathematically figure out the cards that will come next. Then when the site uses a "Third Party Tester" you still don't know what's going on for real! Are you going to trust a piece of paper on a site saying that the RNG is really random when it is scientifically impossible to have a completely random event from a computer at all? end of part 2.
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