Somewhere in the Midwest, a young advantage player plays an HC game less than optimally, and a casino keeps slightly more money than it should. This midwesterner has scoured the internet and attempted to purchase an expensive, thick book in hopes of obtaining the information he seeks, yet he fails to find the answers. The information cannot be found online, and the book does not seem to be for sale. He tries to ask for help on the best internet forum he knows, and the post is quickly deleted. He must be on to something! This method must be very profitable if everyone is so protective of it. As a last option, the AP does his best to come up with his own answers, which are probably marginally correct at best, but will be posted soon and probably taken down shortly after. Now I am sick of talking in the 3rd person, and would like to ask a question. Why are we censoring this information? Holecarding is mentioned here along with many other techniques. It is safe to say that any casino staff lurking the forums are aware of holecarding. Holecarding strategy for 3CP can be found on this site, and even on wizard of odds. Do you really think that Casino staff doesn't know that this other game can't be holecarded? I would say that is possible if they don't know about HCing at all, but if they are aware of it they must be aware that the HC information in this game can help the player. So my arguement is this: The word is out. The dammage is done. HC games are rare. But we might as well at least know how to play them correctly if we find one. So can we talk about this?