Camoflage plays with no Expected value loss!
  • 1. Say to the dealer that I'm thinking and take 10 to 15 seconds to make a decision before making the right decision. Don't be overally excessive and take them on plays that are hard for the average player like a 16 vs a 7 this play is a no brainer for me but it will make the average player think hard.

    2. Ask a question like how do I split a pair?

    3. Ask what is a soft hand?

    I believe that asking questions like these will make people at the casino think that you are new to blackjack and do not know how to play.
  • learningtocount said:
    1. Say to the dealer that I'm thinking and take 10 to 15 seconds to make a decision before making the right decision. Don't be overally excessive and take them on plays that are hard for the average player like a 16 vs a 7 this play is a no brainer for me but it will make the average player think hard.

    2. Ask a question like how do I split a pair?

    3. Ask what is a soft hand?

    I believe that asking questions like these will make people at the casino think that you are new to blackjack and do not know how to play.



    Most of that won't matter. most counters are caught by going over the video after the player has left, because someone noticed something. Audio is not captured, so arcane comments won't help fool the eye a bit. Might help a bit with the dealer, but if a dealer understands counting, he'll know. I certainly see enough counters and most are completely obvious when you watch them play, because of betting with the count, regardless of their act.

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