Our shuffle machines are controlled by a central computer which communicates with the shuffling machines via wifi. That’s why you’re not allowed to take computers into the casino, you would be able to interfere with and hack into the shuffle signals.
This way the casino staff upstairs can monitor who’s playing (via the cameras) and then send the shuffle algorithm to the shuffle machine accordingly. The casino will let you win a few times but sooner or later they will target you and you will be finished. They know how you are going to play and it’s easy for them to set up the deck so that you will lose.
Always play with a hand shuffle, the casino cheat otherwise.
This is breaking news! Our shoes must have a skip card feature that is Wi-Fi enabled. Once enough is bet on one side, the house co-dealer, who is tucked away in the secret co-dealing room, can engage skip card to ensure the other side wins! I'm asking my sources tonight for confirmation.
You might think this is the UBS trading floor in Stamford, CT, but it is really the super secret shuffle and co-dealing room of your local casino. DO NOT GET A PLAYERS CARD
. You might think it is to track comps, but with RFID technology in it along with the RFID in each chip (except $1 chips which usually do not have RFID), it is carefully tracking and monitoring your style of play. This data directly feeds into shoe structuring and co-dealing operations.
A few times I have heard floor management speak about dealer overtime, but hell, now I know why. Typically for every table/ dealer there is at least one shuffle rigger and at least one co-dealing specialist. Now at the bigger tables, the ratio might be one dealer to 2-3 for each of those positions. OVERTIME!!!
When you see a jumping shoe or long dragon clean straight clean, the co-dealers must be away on their lunch break. They leave the dealer high and dry to fend for themselves and it ain't pretty.