4 of a Kind
- Jul 16, 2016
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The dealers don’t have to be knowingly involved. Cutting the deck pre deal is just doing their jobs. Not cutting a deck almost perfect every time by a professional dealer would seem more suspicious to me than not.And that’s where I wash my hands of this theory entirely. Once a casino starts involving dealers in intentionally cheating players, they’ve instantly made that employee far more expensive than however much they could make by maxing out their rake.
I agree that it’s possible. I agree players should be wary. But I’m not concerned about this in a regulated casino.
And it’s not all shuffle machines that I’ve specifically noticed the difference in how hands run out, my crazy insane thoughts are SPECIFICALLY pertained to DM2 only shufflers.