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Let's bring this community to life! [Nov. 11th, 2008|09:51 pm]
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blow_bubbles123
So, has anyone had any success in counting cards at a casino? I need to pay some bills and need some income that I'm currently not getting. Any advice? I'm a newbie, both to this community and to the world of card counting.
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Making a Card Counting Device [Feb. 16th, 2007|06:21 pm]
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imported_zombie
http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive/2006/08/how_to_make_a_card_counter_dev.html

I don't suggest using any devices to monitor the count, but this is interesting they would have this posted. Also, as shown it would not be good for casino play, but the LEDs could probably be replaced with a vibrator.
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Counting Cards and Fairness. [Jan. 15th, 2007|05:12 pm]
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faircasino
As you know any counting of cards may be useless if online casino is rogued.

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Prior to the beginning of the game, the player receives the ciphered results of the future games in the form of a special code.

Results of the game are ciphered by means of algorithm MD5.

For roulette, it will be the number which turns out next round. For Keno this results will be a progression of numbers which occur in the next round.

For card games this result will be the card progression in the deck for the next deal.

After the game ends, the player receives already deciphered results of the game and compares them to those results which dropped out in the game, these results should coincide.

Player calculates the checksum of his results employing MD5 algorithm.

If calculated checksum matches that given at the very beginning of the game, then you can be sure that it was this sequence of elements that was created beforehand.
The crucial moment in this mechanism is that the checksum for each number progression generated with the MD5 algorithm is unique. It is impossible to find two different sequences of checksums that coincide.

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Age and dwindling abilities [Jul. 23rd, 2004|04:45 pm]
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secondserve
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When I was a kid (14 or 15), it was a cinch for me to follow in and count cards when playing against my Dad..we would play blackjack, Texas Hold 'Em (before it was so popular on reality shows), and the like. I could also do it playing dominoes, where the ability is particularly useful in 42.

Now, I can really just do it successfully when playing 42, since by the rules you have a fixed number of decks, and the spots are easier for my eyes to count than the cards for some reason. When I'm playing cards, even one deck is hard for me to follow in. Am I losing it? Has anyone else found out that when you have a mortgage, responsibilities, and career, your brain turns to mush re: card counting and memory games?

Thanks!

Sam
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welcome [Apr. 13th, 2004|04:41 pm]
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anakreon
This community is for the discussion of "card counting" and other types of advantage play--strategic and factual methods to improve your odds of winning at casino games. Blackjack card counting methods are the most popular and established types of advantage play, but discussion on all types of gaming is welcome.
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