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bet365 and "fair" payouts
« on: June 29, 2017, 11:05:22 PM »
I am not an online player, i usually go to a physical casino if you are wondering.

I have been just looking around certain sites to see how they operate and what the catch is.

bet365 has a page called fair payout ( newbielink:https://help.bet365.com/en/fair-payout [nonactive] )

THIS IS THE ENTIRE PAGE :

Fair Payouts

Bingo

bet365 ensure all the games are put through rigorous tests before releasing it for customers to access. In addition, each of the software suppliers who provide bet365 with games will conduct their own extensive testing including playing through the games millions of times before any game is made available on our website.

bet365 Bingo use a sophisticated Random Number Generator (RNG) device that creates random outcomes for each game. Whatever the customer has bet on or the amount they have staked has no influence on the number the RNG arrives at.       

The Bingo RNG is accredited by SQS India that completed a range of tests to ensure the RNG is completely random.

Casino & Poker

The casino is using a highly sophisticated Random Number Generator (RNG) device that creates random outcomes for each game. Whatever the customer has bet on or the amount they have staked has no influence on the number the RNG arrives at.           

The RNG used by our casino and poker software has been checked by Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), an internationally recognised and respected Accredited Testing Facility. To provide full transparency, TST (who are part of GLI) independently audit all bets placed on the bet365 Casino site to give the percentage payout of the casino.

Casino & Poker (Mobile)

The casino is using a highly sophisticated Random Number Generator (RNG) device that creates random outcomes for each game. Whatever the customer has bet on or the amount they have staked has no influence on the number the RNG arrives at.           

The RNG utilised by our casino and poker software has been checked by Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), an internationally recognised and respected Accredited Testing Facility.       
To provide full transparency, TST (who are part of GLI) independently audit all bets placed on the bet365 Casino site to give the percentage payout of the casino.

Games

bet365 ensure all the games are put through rigorous tests before releasing them for customers to access. In addition, each of the software suppliers who provide bet365 with games will conduct their own extensive testing including playing through the games millions of times before any game is made available on our website.

bet365 Games use a range of highly sophisticated Random Number Generator (RNG) devices that create random outcomes for each game. Whatever the customer has bet on or the amount they have staked has no influence on the number the RNG arrives at.

The RNGs are accredited by range of independent testing companies, including Gaming Laboratories International, that complete a range of tests to ensure the RNG is completely random.

Vegas

bet365 Vegas uses a range of highly sophisticated Random Number Generators (RNG) devices that create random outcomes for each game. Whatever the customer has bet on or the amount they have staked has no influence on the number the RNG arrives at.

The RNG used by our Vegas software has been checked by iTech Labs, an internationally recognised and respected Accredited Testing Facility.

Virtual Sports

Virtual Sports is the collective name given to any events or markets offered under the Virtual Sports category. All betting opportunities available on Virtual Sports follow the same rules as the equivalent real sports they represent.

Virtual Sports are a computer generated presentation of a totally random number draw result where the outcomes are decided by numbers selected by a Random Number Generator (RNG).

The Random Number Generator (RNG) has been independently tested and certified by eCOGRA in compliance with the British Gambling Commission’s Technical Standards Document (TSD): Remote Gambling and Software Technical Standards, July 2015.

No where on this page does it say that roulette is NOT chosen by the AMOUNT of money bet?
« Last Edit: June 30, 2017, 04:10:45 AM by heatmap »


 

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Re: bet365 and "fair" payouts
« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2017, 11:26:33 PM »
"The casino is using a highly sophisticated Random Number Generator (RNG) device that creates random outcomes for each game. Whatever the customer has bet on or the amount they have staked has no influence on the number the RNG arrives at.   "

"Each Game " doesn't include Roulette ,Heatmap ?

Your prejudice has , I think , blinded you .
 

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Re: bet365 and "fair" payouts
« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2017, 12:54:07 AM »
Sorry about the formatting above but NO. Each section is labeled and there is no roulette section.  Further more, why would they go out of their way to let us know that each game, all clearly labeled, are not influenced by the amount of each bet. Roulette is missing from those games because each section is clearly labeled and roulette is not in there

... I have looked even further...

I have looked and bet365 does have a separate "games" section in their top links which leads to somewhere that you CAN bet on but is NOT the casino which contains the roulette.
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Re: bet365 and "fair" payouts
« Reply #3 on: June 30, 2017, 05:47:28 PM »
Okay @scepticus, bet365 has "european roulette in the "games" section, which assume is exactly like a physical land casino having a video arcade roulette machine. Now I would assume you are correct as when you stated that they generate random numbers for the games section. But my original statement will still stand. I believe they use the amount of your bet to factor in a win. Simple as that.
 
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