What Will Come of Blackjack Card Counters

January 28th, 2010 by Iliana Leave a reply »
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The question being pondered today is what will be the future of the twenty-one card counters. are the times of card counting over? Most believe so.

Automatic shuffling is being utilized in todays tables which makes tracking shuffles or counting cards impractical. The brick and mortar casinos are going to insert shuffling machines at the tables.

It is said that in locations like atlantic city, surveillance cameras are being used to analyze the skill of the players and intelligent chemin de fer tables that keep tracks of players hands and tactics using magnetic chips.

The gambling control board in Nevada, an group that protects honest gambling has made a decision that betting houses may not adjust the games in a way that would change the frequency of the payouts. Since then, many Nevada casinos instruct their croupiers to card count and shuffle as they please, and also a wide variety of betting houses retain information of card counters, including names and pictures to try and keep them from playing the game.

So what will be the outlook of this chemin de fer "battle"? is it just beginning or will it soon arrive at a resolution? Regardless of all their newest computers, political and monetary affects, I believe there is still a chance for a happy result. With in excess of 25 states in the United States offering blackjack games, there are more profit opportunities for card counters than back in the olden days.


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