This really isn't meant to rub it in, but I did a little RNG experiment with Order Pad to confirm its behavior. I'm going to update my own RNG Experiment thread actually, since I want to add this and I want to do some adjustments to the math I used on my original experiment, but I'll drop you the summary here. This is really just for your peace of mind, since this shows very clearly that Order Pad isn't rigged.
The TL;DR of the experiment is that I played 10 games in the VS Ladder where I used Order Pad 10 times in each game, for a total of 100 coin flips. I used Junk Hunt and Resource Management to recycle the Order Pads.
The final result for the number of heads out of 100 coins flips is 49 ±1 for a confidence interval of 95%. This result adds up since the true average is of 50 (49 +1). Each of the individual sets of 10 coin flips also fall within their respective margins of error for a confidence interval of over 90%. I'll write the details of the math on the other thread when I get around to updating it (http://forums.pokemontcg.com/topic/50987-rng-experiment-attack-coinflips/).
*Translator's Note: 七 means 7. The censor is being absolutely ridiculous again and it's not letting me put the words "Game" and "7" together.
Lastly, I want to reiterate that I'm not out to get you or anything. I've had such issues with other people in the past where they think I'm harassing for the lulz or something since I appeared on several of their topics correcting them on several things. And, as funny as it was to watch them make clowns out of themselves, I think you deserve a little better. Despite your mistakes, you still seem like a nice person regardless. Please just take this at face value and try to see it as a lesson with good intentions behind it.
Edited by Sakura150612, 30 November 2018 - 06:56 PM.