The Future of Blackjack Counting Cards

January 29th, 2010 by Felix Leave a reply »

The question being asked at present is what is going to be the outlook of the blackjack card counters. are the days of counting cards over? Most believe so.

Automatic shuffle machines are being used in casinos today which makes tracking shuffles or counting cards unlikely. The land-based betting houses are going to insert shuffle machines at the tables.

It is said that in places like atlantic city, video cameras are being used to monitor the abilities of the players and smart chemin de fer tables that records players hands and schemes by utilizing magnetic chips.

The Nevada State Gaming Commission, an group that protects fair gaming has made a decision that casinos may not alter the games in a manner that would change the frequency of the payouts. Since then, many Nevada betting houses instruct their dealers to count cards and shuffle whenever they want, also a wide variety of casinos retain information of card counters, this information consists of names and pictures to keep them from playing the game.

So what will be the outlook of this twenty-one "war"? is it just beginning or will it before long reach a resolution? Despite all their newest computers, political and money influences, I have reason to believe there is a hope for a joyful result. With more than twenty-five states inside the United States allowing black jack games, there are more profit opportunities for card counting than back in the good old days.


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