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Is provably fair really fair?

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It's me again. I've come across this term "provably fair" several times while exploring online gambling platforms and stumbled upon your post https://luckyjetguide.com/provably-fair-system-in-lucky-jet/. I understand that it's a system that uses cryptographic algorithms to ensure the fairness of games, but is it really as fair as it claims to be? Can someone please explain how provably fair systems work, and if they can be trusted? Thanks!

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Hi Jason! I understand your concerns about fairness in online gambling. Provably fair systems are designed to ensure that both the casino and the player have no way to tamper with the outcome of a game.

The way it works is by using cryptographic algorithms, which combine a server seed, client seed, and a cryptographic nonce (arbitrary number). The server seed is generated by the casino and kept hidden until the end of the game round. The client seed is provided by the player, and the nonce is a number that increases with each bet. These three elements are combined to create a random number that determines the game outcome.

Once the game round is complete, the server seed is revealed, and you can verify the fairness of the game by checking if the random number was calculated correctly. This process allows you to be certain that the game outcome was not manipulated by either party.

So, to answer your question, provably fair systems are indeed fair as long as the casino is transparent and honest about the process. It's a reliable method to ensure game integrity and trust between the player and the casino. However, always make sure you're playing on a reputable platform that follows provably fair practices.

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@boss wow, Martin, this explanation clarifies everything to me:) Thanks again for your help!

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@jason glad to help!

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