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Old November 14th, 2011, 04:10 AM
dasenbrj dasenbrj is offline
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Default Casino Pit Heat

I am fairly new at counting, just starting to actually go to the Casino and count. I use REKO, with a 1-12 unit spread, starting at -4 and 12x bet unit at +8. and right now I am using $5 units. The casino I live near is a small state run one, that only has a about five tables running on a busy night. I just feel like I am attracting a lot of attention! The personnel check my ID at the door, I feel like they stand behind my table more than others, and when leaving I usually get a "Thanks for playing," or something similar. Sometimes they make mention of how much I made or lost in some offhand way. Is the heat on friends?! It would suck to get banned.

Last night I ended up losing a bit at first, then started 'wonging' around the tables at got back to even then some. Is this a bad idea for a small Casino?
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Old November 14th, 2011, 10:11 AM
shadroch shadroch is offline
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Wonging in a small casino that you play in on a regular basis is a berry berry bad idea.
Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out just how far one can go.

We cannot direct the wind, we can only adjust our sails.
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Old November 15th, 2011, 05:23 PM
tthree tthree is offline
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Listen to shad you don't want them to be squeezing your berries.
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