I was astounded at the dealer results in my latest foray into the video blackjack. I keep reading how these machines( the ones with the buxom dealers portrayed on a big screen) are similar in results to tables. However, I paid attention to the cards, and even though it is all chance, it sure seems these results are a bit fishy: 5% of all dealer hands were 21s, both BJ and later 60% of the dealer hidden cards were 10s. Dealer had 20 about 40% of the time About 15% of dealer 21s were 5, 6 and even 7 cards. About 40% of my double downs were aces and twos. 30% of my losses were by one point. Dealer rarely busted. ( 10%) Even with 16, she drew 3, 4, or 5 75% of the time. Figure I played about 3000 hands. And so on. I've had people tell me that the tables are just as harsh, could anyone here confirm this? I like the fact that I'm not bothering those real pro BJ players when I take my time looking at my cheat card for some of the suggested plays with certain cards. I find it more relaxing than playing at a table with other players sneering at you in disgust. BUT, if, in fact, the video machines are "rigged," perhaps I'll just have to swallow hard and go to the tables. Any comments and suggestions would be most appreciated!