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The Future of Chemin de Fer Card Counting

January 31st, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

The question being pondered at this time is what is going to be the future of card counters in chemin de fer. are the days of card counting done? Many would say yes.

Automated shuffle machines are being utilized in casinos today which makes tracking shuffles or counting cards unlikely. The brick and mortar betting houses are going to place shuffle machines at the tables.

It is stated that in places like atlantic city, surveillance cameras are being used to analyze the abilities of the players and intelligent blackjack tables that monitors gamblers hands and game plans by utilizing magnetized chips.

The Nevada State Gaming Commission, an group that safeguards fair gambling decided that betting houses may not adjust the games in a way that would affect the frequency of the pay outs. Since then, many Nevada casinos train their croupiers to card count and shuffle whenever they want, and also a wide variety of betting houses keeps information of players who, this information consists of names and photos to try and keep them from playing the game.

So what will be the future of this twenty-one "war"? is it just starting or will it quickly reach a resolution? Regardless of all their newest tech, political and monetary affects, I have reason to believe there remains a chance for a joyful result. With more than 25 states inside the United States offering black jack games, there are more profit opportunities for card counters than back in the olden days.

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