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Re: shuffle tracking
Posted by Michael Dalton on 15 June 1999, at 10:20 a.m., in response to shuffle tracking, posted by raquel on 14 June 1999, at 9:00 p.m.
Learning how to shuffle track "may" be worth it if you can answer YES to all of the following questions.
1) Have you mastered a solid counting system already?
2) Are you making money with your current system?
3) Are games available for you to shuffle track profitably?
4) Are you willing to accept more comps then usual?
Assuming you have answered YES to 1,2 and 4 the big uncertainty is probably question 3. The year 1997 was a banner year for me personally with shuffle tracking. There were games available for me to play in that were outstanding! Today, there are no games in my area that are worth playing. However, when I go elsewhere I always keep a look-out for profitable ST games. The most profitable ST games are, of course, those games with simple shuffles.
I believe there are still some games available in Las Vegas that have simple shuffles and there are definitely good to great games outside of the USA.
Check out the blackjack reports section of the BJRnet catalog for information on Shuffle Tracking. Arnold Snyder's series on Shuffle Tracking is a must read and George C's Shuffle Tracking report is excellent as well.
Check out http://www.BJRnet.com/shop/cat_brep.htm
Games with profitable conditions come and go. The key to success at blackjack or any venture is being ready when you find it!
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