I am starting to get the feeling, after only playing a few days, that the BJ game is not entirely random... I can't say that I have ever drawn to as many 21's as I do in this game... my 12's get A LOT of 9's. Heck, as a test, I started doubling my A8 and A9 vs. dealer's low card and darned if I don't catch a lot of 2's and Aces respectively. As much as it seems that you're bound to win some hands no matter what, there are times when it seems the dealer manages a 21 more than I have come to expect in real play as well. Sure, I've had streaks in the real world where I can't win, or I can't lose - this just seems kind of fishy. I'd like to also see what the dealer's hole card is, but if you bust out your hand(s), that remains a mystery... could it be a "wild" or blank card until it's time to draw? I guess the fact that I have suspicions like this would indicate that I am not a good candidate for playing for real $'s online. I just can't trust what I can't see. A shuffled game that I play in person, I can accept the ups and downs. When a computer program is involved, how can we really be sure?