By Bill Zender Wed, May 5, 2021 Originally posted in GGBNews Do we really need to worry about Covid-19 transmission through playing cards and chips and other gaming surfaces? Let’s hear what the scientists say. A recent CDC advisory indicates something most of us in the gaming business have known all along; Covid-19 transmission that
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Casino Card Counting in Blackjack – Virtual session on Zoom Platform – January and February 2021 This virtual presentation is broken into four one-hour (approximate) sessions that will be presented on different dates.  These sessions are as follows: Session 1 – Understanding Blackjack Basic Strategy – January 21st, 2021 at 3:00pm EST (Noon PST) Discusses the
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Recently, I have been getting information that the occurrence of card counting in the casinos throughout North America has increased.  Several casino executives claim that the COVID masks make it more difficult to detect known (published) card counters and advantage players (and probably cheaters for that matter).  Who knows? The following email comes from a casino executive
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I have been working on several short seminars that I can present via Zoom.  I have found that virtual seminars need to be short, but also information packed to hold participance attention. I have literally hard drives of information on table game protection and management, and I can pull together information based on the client’s suggestion
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