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One of the most telling factors of an online casino’s integrity is the software that it uses. When looking for a fair online casino, be sure to research their software provider. Most [[http://www.online-casino-gaming.org/ casino online]] buy or license their games from a software developer, while others create their own.

Many people argue that software companies who develop their own software can manipulate it to suit their own needs. However, determining whether or not they are publically-listed companies will tell you if their software is fair. Check out online gambling review websites to determine the status of a casino that develops their own software.

When it comes to software developed by a third party, look for these names: Cryptologic, Micogaming, Playtech and RTG (Real Time Gaming). These are some of the most popular and most trusted casino software developers on the internet, and they have gained that reputation by providing their customers with fair online gaming.

They all have received Random Number Generator (RNG) certification. This means that a third party auditor has examined their shuffling and randomizing practices to determine that players are receiving the exact same experience they would at a reputable land-based casino when playing at online casinos that use software from these companies.

Some software developers will even go the extra mile to ensure that players will receive fair treatment. For example, RTG does not allow casinos to change their pay tables or the odds, but they will make changes if the casino makes a justified case for a change within a 2% to 4%. As well, Cryptologic is known for putting strict regulations on the casinos who license their games.


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Edited on 2010-09-24 11:47:17 by RoseKincaid
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One of the most telling factors of an online casino’s integrity is the software that it uses. When looking for a fair online casino, be sure to research their software provider. Most [[http://www.online-casino-gaming.org/ casino online]] buy or license their games from a software developer, while others create their own.
Many people argue that software companies who develop their own software can manipulate it to suit their own needs. However, determining whether or not they are publically-listed companies will tell you if their software is fair. Check out online gambling review websites to determine the status of a casino that develops their own software.
When it comes to software developed by a third party, look for these names: Cryptologic, Micogaming, Playtech and RTG (Real Time Gaming). These are some of the most popular and most trusted casino software developers on the internet, and they have gained that reputation by providing their customers with fair online gaming.
They all have received Random Number Generator (RNG) certification. This means that a third party auditor has examined their shuffling and randomizing practices to determine that players are receiving the exact same experience they would at a reputable land-based casino when playing at online casinos that use software from these companies.
Some software developers will even go the extra mile to ensure that players will receive fair treatment. For example, RTG does not allow casinos to change their pay tables or the odds, but they will make changes if the casino makes a justified case for a change within a 2% to 4%. As well, Cryptologic is known for putting strict regulations on the casinos who license their games.


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Edited on 2010-09-24 11:46:42 by RoseKincaid
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One of the most telling factors of an online casino’s integrity is the software that it uses. When looking for a fair online casino, be sure to research their software provider. Most [[http://www.online-casino-gaming.org/ casino online]] buy or license their games from a software developer, while others create their own.
Many people argue that software companies who develop their own software can manipulate it to suit their own needs. However, determining whether or not they are publically-listed companies will tell you if their software is fair. Check out online gambling review websites to determine the status of a casino that develops their own software.
When it comes to software developed by a third party, look for these names: Cryptologic, Micogaming, Playtech and RTG (Real Time Gaming). These are some of the most popular and most trusted casino software developers on the internet, and they have gained that reputation by providing their customers with fair online gaming.
They all have received Random Number Generator (RNG) certification. This means that a third party auditor has examined their shuffling and randomizing practices to determine that players are receiving the exact same experience they would at a reputable land-based casino when playing at online casinos that use software from these companies.
Some software developers will even go the extra mile to ensure that players will receive fair treatment. For example, RTG does not allow casinos to change their pay tables or the odds, but they will make changes if the casino makes a justified case for a change within a 2% to 4%. As well, Cryptologic is known for putting strict regulations on the casinos who license their games.


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Edited on 2010-09-24 11:46:10 by RoseKincaid
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One of the most telling factors of an online casino’s integrity is the software that it uses. When looking for a fair online casino, be sure to research their software provider. Most [[http://www.online-casino-gaming.org/ casino online]] buy or license their games from a software developer, while others create their own.
Many people argue that software companies who develop their own software can manipulate it to suit their own needs. However, determining whether or not they are publically-listed companies will tell you if their software is fair. Check out online gambling review websites to determine the status of a casino that develops their own software.
When it comes to software developed by a third party, look for these names: Cryptologic, Micogaming, Playtech and RTG (Real Time Gaming). These are some of the most popular and most trusted casino software developers on the internet, and they have gained that reputation by providing their customers with fair online gaming.
They all have received Random Number Generator (RNG) certification. This means that a third party auditor has examined their shuffling and randomizing practices to determine that players are receiving the exact same experience they would at a reputable land-based casino when playing at online casinos that use software from these companies.
Some software developers will even go the extra mile to ensure that players will receive fair treatment. For example, RTG does not allow casinos to change their pay tables or the odds, but they will make changes if the casino makes a justified case for a change within a 2% to 4%. As well, Cryptologic is known for putting strict regulations on the casinos who license their games.
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