It is not profitable to offer a beatable game to the general public. That's why Atlantic City conditions are so bad, Vegas is mediocre, and Reno or Wendover can offer decent low-limit games. I know occasional candy stores in Tasmania or the South Pacific. But it simply isn't cost-effective to travel there. So professional card counting is virtually extinct. It is mostly useful for subsidizing vacations with comps and EV. It is exasperating for me to read reports that focus on the win or EV to the exclusion of expenses, comps, and fun. For example, a good contributer here just posted about his "winning" trip to the Bahamas. I noticed, and he confirmed, that his expenses exceeded his win. He would have been better off to get comps than to "win". A low-rolling pro might seek a $50/hour game he can play all day. I'm more interested in getting a subsidized $1,000/day vacation. You need a big bankroll to get comps at this level. To get that bankroll, you probably make more money doing something other than blackjack. So to justify that trip, you need to explain why it is a great vacation. Specifically, you need to explain how to get comps without wasting all your time in the casino, and why this subsidized vacation makes more sense than bargain hunting elsewhere.