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Old June 17th, 2011, 05:57 PM
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Plastic devices that is.

Anything on paper with BS would be probably legal and accepted by the casino. A casino gift shop BS card would probably be treated as less threatening then something printed at home. A home print out may get a request to see it from the pit.

Anything on paper regarding counting could bring you heat, barring or loss of comps or any of the other things that can arise for skilled players. Plus there is potential evidence for their decisions. The pit may ask to see the paper; one can refuse and probably would be not allowed to play, or the "eye" may try to have a look without your knowledge.

Anything on any device could be considered illegal.
I used to engrave Revere RC betting schedules on a lighter. zg
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Old June 20th, 2011, 11:39 PM
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Is it legal to print out the results from a strategy engine and use them at a blackjack table?
There's no law prohibiting it's use, but the casino will certainly check it out. I prefer not using any notes or strategy cards because they may be annoying to other players by slowing down the game. Once I even saw a player refer to his plastic card repeatedly, but kept on making the wrong plays! Actually it may not be a bad idea for AP's to use it as a cover tactic to make them appear like the average ploppy.

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Old June 21st, 2011, 09:40 AM
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Actually it may not be a bad idea for AP's to use it as a cover tactic to make them appear like the average ploppy.
As long as you actually use it. Just having it in front of you without referring to it does no good whatsoever.
 

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