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Old November 25th, 2011, 09:07 PM
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Are you calling me a cheater?
Are you calling me a cheater?
In a tone that makes it clear your not amused
But not to confrontational.

Yes, you probably didn't help yourself

A tip or two may have helped
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Old November 25th, 2011, 09:23 PM
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I have never been backed off from the table before, but I did have a dealer call out to the pit boss and he said we have a cardcounter over here. I was lucky that the pit boss didn't come over to the table. I had a 12 vs 4 the count was neg 5 and with just two decks left to be played in the shoe. I hit a 7 and beat the dealer. Next hand was 12 vs 13 and the count was a true count was neg 6. The dealer looked at me and said to the whole table lets see what the counter going to do now! I looked back at the dealer and told him you know what i'm going to do. Hit it. I draw an 8 and beat the dealer again. Next few hands the dealer didn't say one word to me. Dealer name was Jim and I said hey Jim he would not answers me so I said hey Jim four more times and he said what do you want in a real **** way. I ask what's the count He said "I don't know" I said I was hoping you had it becasue I lost it. Some time the best defense is a good offense. He went to break so I colered up and left. Played 30 mins and walked out with $450 profit. I know people will criticize me for what I said to the dealer but if you think about it a counter would not say anything like that to a dealer at the table.
Been there said that. Except his response was you aint lose the count. I been playing you for a year and a half now. If you lost the count you would wong out. True true I said. I then asked, since I had a dealer bet out. What you want to do? He says I been playing the game for 15 years and never have I got lucky like you even when I count. Do what you want you been making stiff double downs work for you all day. I double downed a 14 and put the extra $2.50 for him down as well I pulled a 4 to beat the dealer. PB said you know Mr. so and so is watching (Casino prez.). Which I replied, really is he gonna meet me at the door again on the way out and congratulate me on my amazing play?

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Old November 25th, 2011, 09:41 PM
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Been there said that. Except his response was you aint lose the count. I been playing you for a year and a half now. If you lost the count you would wong out. True true I said. I then asked, since I had a dealer bet out. What you want to do? He says I been playing the game for 15 years and never have I got lucky like you even when I count. Do what you want you been making stiff double downs work for you all day. I double downed a 14 and put the extra $2.50 for him down as well I pulled a 4 to beat the dealer. PB said you know Mr. so and so is watching (Casino prez.). Which I replied, really is he gonna meet me at the door again on the way out and congratulate me on my amazing play?
I don't think you have to worry about them 86ing you for play like that. They should give you top comps. What no tens, nines or eights left? Did the dealer bust or make a 17? I can't think of a deck composition were you would double that and not expect the dealer to make his hand. Maybe if you were side counting 6 and 7 and the count was very negative while extremely rich in 6 and 7. The dealer would still be likely to make his hand with any upcard. Maybe a dealer 9 up.

These kind of posts can get you in trouble with the mods.
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Old November 27th, 2011, 01:32 PM
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I would suggest when a guy disses you in such a fashion that you return the emotion.

Far to many AP's feel they have to be pussy's when they are playing, if you are a pussy that is fine, but if not don't act as one.

One problem I see with the AP community is too many pussy's who get their heads shoved into a filthy toilet and then say to the perpetrator, "Thank you sir, may I have another".

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Bleh who the **** cares if a ploppy gives you a suggestion? I've heard a ploppy actually whisper to the pit boss "I think this guy is counting". It was this big fat middle aged guy who seemed in love with the hot pit boss. What a ****ing loser if I ever saw one.

Ask him if he'll take over half your action on this hand, then you'll play the way he suggests. Or go tell him to stick to whatever the **** he does for a living and to shut the **** up.

It's hilarious when patrons who know about counting give you **** for doing it....what a joke. It's like them saying, "Would you please bet and play like a loser sir? That would be the polite thing to do".

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Old November 29th, 2011, 06:58 PM
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If anyone bitches they shuffle the cards.
'That'll teach'em. We won't deal another hand all night, if that's what it takes!"
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Old November 29th, 2011, 07:12 PM
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'That'll teach'em. We won't deal another hand all night, if that's what it takes!"
I was talking about resetting the cut card while playing the shoe not at the beginning of the shoe. I guess I was not quite wordy enough to make that clear. Sorry. When a player they wanted to half shoe showed up the cut card was reset when they wanted to reset it. They are trying to drive the player away. The more troubling the change in penetration to this player the better. I have not seen many people get half shoed so the sample size is miniscule. It could easily be the exception rather than the rule for halfshoeing a player. I was surprised that they even could reset the cut card once the play of the shoe started. I guess it is no different than shuffling before you hit the cut card which also surprised me the first time I saw it. I am pretty sure they were allowed to do that but I could be wrong.

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Old December 3rd, 2011, 01:38 AM
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Far to many AP's feel they have to be pussy's when they are playing, if you are a pussy that is fine, but if not don't act as one.
CP
Isn't this Newton's First Pussy Law of Motion? A pussy emotion stays an emotion, at constand speed and a straight line, unless acted on by an external, unbalanced force?
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Old December 3rd, 2011, 06:23 AM
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That's pretty clever.
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Old December 3rd, 2011, 02:27 PM
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Just tell him the big action scares you so you don't want to bust
"Scared money don't make money" -Ploppy
 

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