7 Feb 10

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The question being pondered today is what is going to be the outlook of card counters in black jack. are the times of card counting done? Many believe so.

Automated shuffle machines are being utilized in casinos today which makes tracking shuffles or card counting futile. The real world betting houses are going to place shuffling machines at the tables.

It’s believed that in locations like atlantic city, surveillance cameras are being employed to analyze the abilities of the gamblers and smart chemin de fer tables that monitors gamblers hands and tactics by utilizing magnetic chips.

The Nevada State Gaming Commission, an agency that safeguards fair gambling has made a decision that casinos may not alter the games in a way that would alter the frequency of the payouts. Since then, many Nevada brick and mortar casinos instruct their dealers to count cards and shuffle as they please, and also almost all of the betting houses keeps information of players who, including names and pictures to try and keep them away from the game.

So what will be the future of this black jack "war"? is it just starting or will it soon reach an end? Despite all their latest technology, political and money affects, I have reason to believe there is a hope for a joyful result. With more than 25 states inside the United States allowing twenty-one games, there are more profit prospects for card counters than back in the olden days.

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