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The question being pondered at present is what will be the future of card counters in black jack. are the times of card counting over? Most would say yes.

Automatic shuffling is being used in todays tables which makes tracking shuffles or counting cards impractical. The real world casinos are going to insert shuffling machines at the tables.

It is stated that in places like Las Vegas, surveillance cameras are being utilized to monitor the skill of the players and smart chemin de fer tables that keep tracks of gamblers hands and strategies using magnetized chips.

The gambling control board in Nevada, an group that ensures honest gambling has made a decision that casinos may not alter the games in a manner that would affect the frequency of the pay outs. Since then, many Nevada casinos instruct their dealers to count cards and shuffle whenever they want, also almost all of the casinos keeps information on card counters, including names and pictures to keep them from playing the game.

So what will be the outlook of this blackjack "war"? is it just beginning or will it before long reach an end? Despite all their newest tech, political and monetary influences, I have reason to believe there is a chance for a joyful result. With in excess of 25 states inside the US allowing black jack games, there are more money making prospects for card counters than back in the good ole’ days.

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