Your games against the "computers" discriminate against a regular player
Your games against the "computers" discriminate against regular players. This is especially true in pinochle and crazy eights. The distribution of cards is unfair. In Pinochle, a regular player normally gets 1 to 3 aces in a hand while "computers" 2 and 4 get all the other aces. In crazy eights, a regular player is always missing 1 to 2 suits in a hand, while the 3 "computers" get a fair distribution of cards. Today I played 4 games of crazy eights and won 1 hand!! Everyone knows that the "computers" are your employees; they can see the hands that a normal player has and alter their cards accordingly so that the computers win 99% of the time. I don't mind losing, but I would like a fair chance to win the same s the computers. Your games are too one-sided in favor of the computers.