Dealers shuffling away positive counts?
  • Do you ever get the feeling that just because you put out a bigger bet than normal that the dealer shuffles so you will have no advantage even when there are attiquite cards to deal another round? I do. There is away to exploit this dealer who shuffles up when you place a larger bet. There are a couple of ways to exploit it here is the first way right out the gate place a larger bet than shrink if the count goes negative. The second way to exploit this is too place a larger bet when the count is negative especially if you have gotten a couple rounds in and the dealer not the cut card decices when it is time to shuffle. Dealers shuffling away negative counts can lead to even bigger winnings at the blackjack table for you.
  • learningtocount said:
    Do you ever get the feeling that just because you put out a bigger bet than normal that the dealer shuffles so you will have no advantage even when there are attiquite cards to deal another round? I do. There is away to exploit this dealer who shuffles up when you place a larger bet. There are a couple of ways to exploit it here is the first way right out the gate place a larger bet than shrink if the count goes negative. The second way to exploit this is too place a larger bet when the count is negative especially if you have gotten a couple rounds in and the dealer not the cut card decices when it is time to shuffle. Dealers shuffling away negative counts can lead to even bigger winnings at the blackjack table for you.



    Yes bet your max in a negative count! good advice LTC!
  • Putting out a bigger bet in a negative count could cause the dealer to shuffle away the negative count giving you a better deck was the idea. Only do this if you think the dealer is shuffling according to how much you bet. Not when they are shuffling because they don't have enough cards to continue.
  • learningtocount said:
    Putting out a bigger bet in a negative count could cause the dealer to shuffle away the negative count giving you a better deck was the idea. Only do this if you think the dealer is shuffling according to how much you bet. Not when they are shuffling because they don't have enough cards to continue.


    If you have a dealer or casino that will not let you play on a bigger count and only let you play on the poor count, putting even a little more money out on a negative count is a negative move. A much better move is play at a different casino or try a different dealer.

    ihate17
  • Don't think I would play a casino that did shuffle-ups, nor would I play where they shuffle when a new player enters. I suspect that there is some effort to avoid the "big player" when the shuffle is done when a new player enters and something close to cheating on high count shuffles. Some dealers and/or pits can count cards, especially in LV or Reno.

    I have not seen these two procedures east or midwest. I've seen no comments regarding locations that do.
  • I was too agressive at the Horseshoe in Hammond a couple of months ago and dealer immediately started shuffling early on me. It was my fault because I got too greedy too early spreading. Everything turned out ok because there was three casinos within area.
  • reading these posts with interest. My last trip to Reno I did notice a few dealers in some places and one casino in perticular that would shuffle up:eek: on me when I would try to depth charge 2-1-6 my bets on single deck games. first time I noticed this. Fortunatly there are enough other places in town so I did not have to put up with that kind of bull for to long.

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