First the disclaimer... I stayed at DTG during their opening week last year and other than a few bumps, I had a wonderful time. I defended them though their early issues, the bad VP tables, the poor Furnace Bar beer selection, late mailer distribution, etc. But tonight I got the willies playing Pai Gow Poker. After a few hands, a difficult hand was dealt and not being 100% on how to play, I asked the dealer for advice on the House Way. She tapped the touch screen (which I had thought was only the random number generator) then tapped my seat number and the display showed the House Way. My very first thought was how interesting that was. The dealer said that each card was scanned as it was shuffled, and he went on to brag that the computer knows which seat will win or lose (pending the hand being set correctly). As I was wrapping my head around that, the dealer got a monster with two Aces, two eights, the joker and a lot of diamonds. She (the first dealer had tapped out) originally played a flush with A8 on top, but checked the touch screen that told her to play the three Aces on the bottom and the 88 on top. I know that the dealer (like players) get monster hands on occasion. But I find it very concerning that the same display that knows what is in each hand ALSO determines which spot (including the banker) gets which hand. Do I think that there is something crooked going on? Not necessarily as I am not a conspiracy theorist. But I DO have a problem with the APPEARANCE of impropriety. Even if a little doubt creeps in when the dealer gets the joker four hands in a row, or when some improbable streak of big hands including two pair of face cards happens... that is very bad. If one can't trust the game to be fair, one shouldn't play it. So I walked away. Again, I don't believe that the "random" number generating is placing the best hand in the dealer spot. But the fact that it could happen now is causing me to doubt all the wonderfulness that I've been touting.