Originally Posted by ledn
Yes all online casinos are rigged. The games are designed for the house to win and the player to lose. They tell you this in the rules of the game.
Possible sarcasm aside, basically all games offered to the general public are "rigged" by that definition. The point being if a casino makes it appear (intentionally or not) that a game can be beat, but nobody beats it, then IMO that would be a reasonable definition of riggage.
I recall playing BJ at the Las Vegas Club, with fairly liberal rules. Yet I knew of no APs who played there, and they were the only casino in LV who had high and low card discard trays. Not saying it was rigged but I had my suspicions.