Definition of rigged
"Rigged" in English means "rigged". If you play online poker, you will probably hear one or more players say that online poker is "rigged". Of course, it's a safe bet that players who say that online poker is rigged are losing players. Although there have been a few incidents in its history, online poker is very closely monitored and the algorithm that generates the hands and tables is one that will deal the cards in a purely random fashion.
No, online poker is not rigged!
There is a saying (jokingly of course) that online poker is rigged because "It's always the good players who win and the not so good who lose!" One of the phrases we often hear from those who claim that online poker is rigged is "When you play live, you don't see as many full hands and colors as you do online." And that's exactly right. Why is that? Because when we play online, we play on 4, 6 or even 12 tables simultaneously and each table will give us between 25 and 250 hands per hour. When we play in a casino, we see a much smaller number of hands. Online, you can easily play 1000 hands per hour. To play 1,000 hands in a casino, you would have to spend a week playing.