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Thread: Banned from a live casino for advantage play?

  1. #11
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    The casino may have rights to ban any player whom it doesn't want in its site, but all his money including winning money should be returned. To me, i don't see a player with winning some money is dangerous to casino. Casinos have been collected millions dollars out of players daily, not being seen dangerous to no body.

    I think every player should play like an idiot to make casino smiling.

  2. #12
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    Those dealers were well trained, of course, they know card trick...watch out guys!

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman
    I think every player should play like an idiot to make casino smiling.
    I imagine the dealers smile inside also when players complain at live tables that it is fixed, or that they are doing some card tricks.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman
    Those dealers were well trained, of course, they know card trick...watch out guys!
    btw. most dealers at the big studios have NO previous dealing experience at all. It's one of the reasons why they are not allowed to discuss past work history.


    Studio training consists of:

    how to deal/shuffle cards, spin roulette, studio procedures, and standard responses to give to player questions.

    Not card tricks.

    Not all the game rules (or how to play the games)

  5. #15
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    When any player wins some money, they think he/she is cheating or counting cards. Casino wins all the time, so some of its dealers must be well trained or/and some of them are specialized in dealing cards who have the abilities to do card trick for sure. FBI needs to step up on this matter.
    Last edited by Caveman; 05-24-2014 at 03:12 PM.

  6. #16
    Have you ever played at the various studios around the world?

    Because the only real requirement for 'most' dealer vacancies is the ability to speak English. I know for sure!

    That, and pleasing on the eye


    ps. I suggest you never play any casino RNG games if you are so skeptical of live dealer games.

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