1- Like repeated regularly here, Ygopro Ignis is open sourced, so anybody can check the code and see that there is NOTHING that is biasing the shuffle toward a player https://github.com/ProjectIgnis
Beside, how would the shuffler know who need to get a biased hand since there is no account system?
But i guess it is easier to blame something else than thinking that it is your own skill that
If i take your ash blossom exemple,if you deck get stopped by an Ash (which is a basically a must have card for any deck that want to duel at middle/high level), maybe the problem come from your deck and not in the shuffler that is fine? a deck that die to the first possible disruption is a bad deck in a modern ygo setting
If you know basic math, you would know that the chance of having at least 1 Ash in your 5 card starting hand is over 33%, which is REALLY high (we are speaking of an 1 out 3 chance), and it is just ash, if it is "hand start with at least 1 Ash or Nibiru", the chance jump to 57%
It is basic probability, there is no magic evil hand shuffer again a specific user that we have no way of tracking, and it is the same with any card game
Beside, you never explained why would the shuffle would target you and not the other player?
But i guess Blaming an Imaginary Hand Shuffle manipulation AI is easier than thinking you are the problem
As if we had time, ressources and money to spend on doing as useless as an AI that would pick random players and give them bad hand (beside, the concept of "bad hand" depend on so many parameters that it is basically impossible to define)
It remind of the time people used the Garnet/Brilliant fusion engine and would blame that their single garnet end in their starting hand, problem which magically dissapear when they stopped using a single garnet
2- What can we do if modern ygo is all about preventing the opponent from playing and so most deck run a ton of handtraps/searcher?
We don't make the game and we control even less how people play the game
Don't like it? nothing we can do
3- you get different hand in DB? and? you know that with random stuff, you can't be sure of what you got is right or wrong
What if it is the DB shuffle that is wrong and ours is right? How do you prove which one is wrong?
Easy explanation with a famous comic
4- If you think edopro shuffler is rigged (despite having 0 reference beside your guts feeling)? then why are you still on edopro instead of one of the various options around? we are not holding you hostage, you could go to any other group instead of spitting your venom here