• What’s to Come of Chemin de Fer Card Counting

    The question being asked today is what is the future of the twenty-one card counters. are the days of counting cards over? Many believe so.

    Automated shuffle machines are being used in todays tables which makes tracking shuffles or counting cards unlikely. The land-based betting houses are going to place shuffling machines at the tables.

    It is believed that in places like atlantic city, video cameras are being employed to analyze the abilities of the players and intelligent black jack tables that keep tracks of gamblers hands and schemes utilizing magnetic chips.

    The gambling control board in Nevada, an agency that protects honest gambling has made a decision that betting houses may not alter the games in a manner that would alter the frequency of the payouts. Since then, many Nevada brick and mortar casinos train their croupiers to count cards and shuffle as they please, and also almost all of the casinos keeps information of card count, including names and pictures to try and keep them out of the game.

    So what will be the outcome of this twenty-one "battle"? is it just starting or will it before long arrive at a resolution? Regardless of all their latest technology, political and money influences, I have reason to believe there remains a hope for a happy result. With more than twenty-five states within the US allowing black jack games, there are more profit possibilities for card counting than back in the olden days.

     January 28th, 2010  Caleb   No comments

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