However, contrary to popular belief, the majority of online casino games are not rigged. Most slots work on a random number generator. This means that you should have the same chance of winning with your first spin as with your 100th spin. It may not feel that way at times, but this is how they are designed to work. Online slots also have a figure that denotes their average return. This is usually going to be in the region of 95 percent, with the rest going to the house.
You, therefore, know that if a slot is paying less than 95 percent back to customers, it is a bad deal. Some slots are even around the 90 percent mark, which makes it very hard to win. Anything over 98 percent is very generous and the slot will certainly be worth playing.
Away from slots, games like poker and blackjack can feel rigged when you are losing. As there is no physical dealer, it is hard to be assured the cards coming out are not predetermined. But the online casino industry is closely regulated. All these sites have to abide by strict rules. They cannot be rigging their most popular games or they would soon be shut down.