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Old June 30th, 2009, 05:47 PM
splitaces splitaces is offline
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I beleve the indian casinos in Oklahoma are pulling 10 count cards from the continous shuffel machines. These casinos are not regulated. The state just collects the revinue and is not going to harm the cash cow. Iam sure it is happing in other casinos in the US.
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Old June 30th, 2009, 09:26 PM
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I beleve the indian casinos in Oklahoma are pulling 10 count cards from the continous shuffel machines. These casinos are not regulated. The state just collects the revinue and is not going to harm the cash cow. Iam sure it is happing in other casinos in the US.
Have you ever been there when they opened the table? More than likely they present the complete decks before they are loaded into the machine.

Second, why would you play CSM blackjack anyway?

And THIRD, in OK Blackjack is "Class II" so it is not banked by the house.

This removes much of the incentive for cheating.

So I am going to have to call BS on this.
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Old July 30th, 2009, 01:10 PM
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I've been to the Grand Lake Casino in Grove, OK, twice. I arrived both times before the tables opened, and on both occasions, rather than crack open new decks, etc., the pit boss opened a cabinet and pulled out an already-loaded shoe.

I've never seen this done anywhere else; and I lost heavily. Honestly, it's possible that my losses were due to normal fluctuation; but I'm not taking unnecessary chances. I haven't been back.

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Old July 30th, 2009, 04:54 PM
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I've been to the Grand Lake Casino in Grove, OK, twice. I arrived both times before the tables opened, and on both occasions, rather than crack open new decks, etc., the pit boss opened a cabinet and pulled out an already-loaded shoe.

I've never seen this done anywhere else; and I lost heavily. Honestly, it's possible that my losses were due to normal fluctuation; but I'm not taking unnecessary chances. I haven't been back.

Smart man, do stay away from this crooked casino.

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