Provably Fair Casinos
"Provable fairness" is an important term in the contemporary online gambling world and being a member in a provably fair casino is a must if you want to play with the feeling of total security and fully enjoy the experience. There are three main conditions for an online place to be considered provably fair. Firstly, the player must always be able to prove that the operator didn't commit fraud in any way. Secondly, in the case of card games, the shuffling and the order of the cards in which they are handed out should be provably random and it should be impossible for the cards' places to be moved (other than the movements described in the rules) after the game's start has been announced. Thirdly, the player should be aware at all times about the sum that he is dealing with it, meaning that the odds are accurately shown on the table. Should those three main calculations match up, the casino (the game) is provably fair. What is even better is the fact that every individual player can test the so-called "fairness" of a certain casino.
There are many examples of checking a game from a casino about provable fairness including the hash functions and Player Seed checks. The Player Seed is a sequence of random letters and numbers that is being created by the browser that the player is using. The Player Seed is editable; the gambler can type whatever he or she wants. Afterwards, the player will need to choose a deal, play or spin option on a game and then the Player Seed will reappear on the deck. When the hand or the spin is over, the Initial Deck, the Dealer Seed and the Final Deck will be shown. The Player Seed must be matching the Final Deck, while the Dealer Seed need to be the same as the Initial Deck after being converted to hash. Other casinos for example offer special calculators. Every site provides different ways for players to check the existence of "provable fairness". Naturally, that being said, even if one checks the math and it all matches, the casino is still capable of cheating you out of your money. Even if you make your earnings fair and square in a game, a fraudulent casino can always refuse to deliver the just rewards. To sum up-the presence of provable fairness doesn't certify a casino's correct treatment of its members but it is a definite and essential step in the right direction.