Here are some hands from my actual games. I didn't include my hands or the cribs. I love the feel of the game but the odds of these hands actually happening randomly defies logic.
FIRST GAME, COMPUTER "WINS" BY 22.
turned Hand AFFECTED FAVORABLY
4H 2C,5H,9D,9S Y
4S 2C,10C,2D,3S Y
2S KS,JS,10H,5H No - a rare one as you'll see
10S 10C,QH,JS,5S Y
5D 4D,7H,3D,6C Y - this is an example of why people are complaining
7C QS,8S,QC,8S Y
AD 4C,7H,3D,6C Y
8H 3H,4C,AC,2C Y
10H 2S,5D,JD,QS Y
SECOND GAME COMPUTER WINS BY 30!
5S 5D,JS,10S,QD Y
8D 9H,10H,KC,10C Y
KH QC,9S,5C,5H Y
7C 2C,9S,8D,5C Y
KS 5H,6D,5C,7S Y
QD AH,2H,4S,3S Y
4D 5C,8C,KC,KS N, ALTHOUGH CRIB WAS A,2,3,5
4S 4H,KS,6D,5H Y
Once again, I'm not saying this could never happen randomly, but the odds of so many consecutive hands being enhanced by the turned card must be astronomical.
Some of it may be the "luck of the draw" but if you've ever played cribbage with "live" opponents, you'd realize something is just not right here.
The odds of it happening randomly is just not possible.