Challengers are wanted to play against an HCF and some UHDs.
Most APs don't care much about playing against UHDs; however, they'll die to find and play against an HCF.
Well, where the hell is the challenge you ask? The challenge is this: a candidate needs to beat 2 UHDs before he goes for an HCF on my list.
Why am I challenging you guys you may ask? 'Cause I want to find an answer why certain thing happens the way it is.
1) Why do UHDs seem more harder to beat?
For example, I've not yet able to beat Dealers "Dee" & "Mee". I've loved to play a dealer 1on1. So on an holiday evening, I surprisingly spot Dealer Dee without any bj players even though all other tables in that pit were almost packed in full with players. I'd played him and got my ass kicked. I don't believe in voodoo, so whenever I ran into Dealer Dee, and I would play him mono-a-mono bj games. I just couldn't win against him. Likewise I got negative results for playing against Dealer Mee in other similar situations.
2) Why does certain HCF seem to pull more good cards than an holecarder?
There are good news and bad news about playing against an HCF.
An holecarder always has an edge over an HCF, especially when an HCF has an ace on top and flashes a 10 underneath (100% sure insurance bet!).
There are times when an holecarder (HCD) has lost to an HCF because HCF gets stuck on good cards such as ace&10, 10&10, 10&9, 9&10, etc... Say an holecarder gets a hand of 18, & knows he needs to beat HCF's good hands (19, 20), but he can't because he may kill an holecarder's golden goose for an obvious reason (monkey business
Any challengers? I'll sweeten the deal in the challenge. You guys will be my guests, and I'll even provide free food and shelter for legit & qualified candidates/APs.
It stands for HoleCardFlasher. HCF is a bj dealer who flashes his hole card toward the anchorman when he pulls his 2nd card out from the shoe before he covers it with his 1st card.
For example, the dealer's first card (i.e., an ace) is for all players to see. His 2nd card (holecard, i.e a 10) cannot be seen by the 3rd base player unless he "flashes" the holecard at a higher angle toward the anchorman (Assuming the dealer is not in cohorts with the 3rd baseman.)
They stand for Unexplainable House Dealers. Who the hell are UHDs? JB has mentioned indirectly who are UHDs:
"A note to card counters: [UHDs'] tables where you have a positive true count of 3 or 4 and the dealer constantly draws a 5 or 6 on 15 or 16"
"...tables...where the dealer is just standing, waiting for ...anyone...to play...---tables noticeably stand out in an otherwise full casino...----reason...especially during peak hours...the dealers are [you know what]
...Players...usually don't last long without experiencing a substantial loss..."