Originally Posted by ManagerELG
All partner cardrooms on the Everleaf Gaming Network use RNG by IDQuantique "those are VERY EXPENSIVE" - you're right Corey. We don't want to use cheap stuff to guarantee the randomness of the games.
Wow. So an actual manager from Everleaf replied!
I checked out this website.
Maybe you really are using a quantum photon shuffler after all.
I know these types of things exist because in science sometimes you guys need real random numbers. The classic example of a RNG that is connected to some real world phenomenon is to have a radioactive element next to a Geiger counter, and as it gives off little radioactive particles and the Geiger counter clicks, the timing in between those clicks is totally random.
But I don't think they're using that method - there are other things small amounts of matter can do on the quantum level that's random. This is where I get out of my area of expertise!
EDIT: [broken link~tb]
You can actually get a Quantum Number RNG PCI card for your PC. Pretty neat! Which one is Everleaf using? They range in price from 990 to 2230 Euros.
Take a picture of the server with the RNG PCI card in it, and then I'll be more inclined to believe you.