KantokenKantoken is just butthurt about being unlucky. I just won it on the first try, and along the way, I BEAT the computer's 3 of a kind with a flush AND THEN I got a straight without even discarding any cards. So NO, the computer DOESN'T cheat, I'm sure that if the computer had gotten the same hands I got while you were playing you would be accusing it of cheating even more emphatically than you were, I can only imagine you breaking your computer's screen when you got a 3 of a kind and then the compy pulled off a flush.
MistyFog is full of crap too, it's NOT the same exact thing, there's a poker version and a blackjack version for several different images that are revealed, but there are no identical repeats, they're all distinct. The real question is why are you playing this game. It's not for you.
This image is the most innocuous of the ronpimpster games. The others are all gross. She kind of looks like a furry She-Ra with the jeweled tiara thing. Or not.
Anyway, this game is a nice timewaster if ever you want to calm your nerves, in my opinion. It is what it is, it's not pretending to be anything else, and it doesn't seem to have any bugs. It's just mindless poker, with a set point as a goal, being 6 ahead of your lowest point. It might be better if you started with a certain amount of money and she stripped to certain levels at certain thresholds of money, where you can choose your bet size (if you actually care about the stripping part that is, it's pretty bland so I don't see why anyone would really care), but this way is ok too and it's simpler. The most fun was trying to figure out the way the cards are randomly determined.
By the way, it seems to be a single deck, which is reshuffled at the end of every hand. Because in one hand there was the queen of diamonds and it was in the next hand as well, and then that hand had the 2 of hearts and so did the hand after that, so it must have been reshuffled between each of the two hands even though it wouldn't be necessary to reshuffle that often. So there's no point in trying to figure out what cards are left from previous hands. Just fyi.