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Your on the right track. I am a little knowledgeable but no great expert just to be clear. Awhile back I did some research to gain some understanding of the whole subject. (I had written a keno game that was repeating broads every so often, easy stuff to screw up). If your code depends on secrecy then it is inherently insecure. This just means that ...


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A fair shuffle is a true random shuffle. Period. Whatever "bad experiences" you attribute to mathematically perfect shuffles are either users not knowing what they are talking about or the site not being as truly random as it claims. Simulating a physical casino shuffle is nonsense. There is a method for transparently generating a random shuffle ...


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