The Most Frequently Asked Slot Games Questions
Not under federal or state law, but it is illegal to bring an external card counting tool, such as a device or a person.
Check out the steps we’ve broken down for you above — it’s actually pretty easy in theory, but a little more tricky in practice (and it will require quite some practice!).
Nowadays, with online blackjack games, card counting won’t really work. It’s more of an in-person game technique, so if you’re looking to use it for your online gaming, you won’t get very far!
Because they hire experienced ex-card counters to watch you! Those security guys checking you out? They know what you’re trying to do!
Unfortunately not. In online blackjack, you’re playing against the computer (and its Random Number Generator), and in live blackjack, although you’re playing against a human dealer, you still won’t be able to see all cards being dealt to other players in the game.
Our sources say between 100-200 hours of practice before you can count blackjack cards well enough to beat the (in-person, land-based) casinos. We’ll take their word for it!
It’s not technically counted as cheating, but casinos don’t like it because it lowers their house edge. It is, however, illegal to bring in an external person or device to help you with it.
You can! The casinos we work with are all highly respected and secure to play at — we play at these casinos ourselves!
Technically, no, but the casinos themselves are designated as private property, so if the casino and security don’t like the look of something you’re doing, they have every right to remove you from the property.
It means someone who watches the cards, counting in their head which cards (according to statistical probability) are likely to come up next. It gives them an advantage over the house. It’s easy to see why a casino wouldn’t be a fan of blackjack card counting!