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Offline naturaln1ne

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Re: Getting caught counting cards?
« Reply #15 on: July 02, 2017, 04:17:44 am »
Hey nice name brother ;) alrelax, didn't know you were a professional BJ player too! Way to go

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Re: Getting caught counting cards?
« Reply #16 on: July 02, 2017, 01:01:06 pm »
Hey nice name brother ;) alrelax, didn't know you were a professional BJ player too! Way to go

I gave very basic casino protocol.  Not bj tips or  systems. Why the derogatory innuendo???  BTW I have many family members in casino management including my daughter whom was in rules and compliance with Seminole in Florida and was their department manager and liaison with state gaming officials.

I thought this site was for the dissemination of info??

I have played and so stated blackjack for many years along with baccarat.  Just gave it up the past 15 or so. 
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Re: Getting caught counting cards?
« Reply #17 on: February 15, 2021, 11:24:43 pm »
If the casino cuts so much off the back you can try using the back card to play. Practice cutting half a deck, if that's their minimum, count the cards until the back card is coming, then bet accordingly. If the back card was an ace, play 3 or 4 boxes with the first and last minimum, middle hands big to collect the ace.
If the back card is small its even better, play the boxes the same but time it to give the 5 or 6 to the dealer.
I assume their shuffle is too random for shuffle tracking or ace tracking???