Here's A Little Something You May Not Have Heard About RNG Before!

All of the modern day casino games are designed with the use of RNG or to put it more precise with the use of pseudo random number generators "PRNGs". These constantly generate sequences of simulated random numbers at an astonishing rate that can be measured in hundreds maybe in some cases even thousands, as every second passes.

When playing on a casino slot machine for example the Random Number Generators are busily working in the backround. This means that as soon as the player hits the "Play" button, the most recently used random number is now used to determine the new current outcome, which is delivered to the player's gaming interface in the form of the various symbols of which the game is made up from.

Multi-symbol combinations will be delivered that will be dependent upon precisely when the game is played. A fraction of a second later rather than earlier and completely different results will amazingly be experienced, although of course a player would not be privy to knowing which one could possibly bring about a life changing experience, one second earlier or one second later!

It's important all machines played contain a high-grade source of implementation as all numbers or symbols that are generated on the player's screen must at some point in the future repeat themselves in the exact same sequence. If the time period the machine being played on is short, or if the PRNG is in some way flawed, a very advanced player may possibly be able to predict the next sequence to be displayed.

Having access to all of the seed values along with all the relevant Pseudo Random Number Generators code, a former slot machine programmer by the name of Ronald Dale Harris, managed to uncover equations for particular gambling games such as Keno. He ascertained a way that would allow him to accurately predict exactly what the next set of selected numbers would be, all directly related to the games that had already been previously played.

Nowadays most of these game machines with their RNG are designed to eliminate the chances of this re-occurring, by generating numbers even when the machine is not being used. This means the player can't tell exactly where in the sequence they are, even if they know how the game was originally programmed.