Is Card Counting Legal

The Atlantic magazine suggests card counting is cheating

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In the April 2012 issue of The Atlantic, an article about Don Johnson states:

“The wagering of card counters assumes a clearly recognizable pattern over time, and Johnson was being watched very carefully. The verdict: card counting was not Don Johnson’s game. He had beaten the casinos fair and square.”

They are suggesting that card counting at Blackjack is not “fair and square”. They don’t explain how it is unfair to watch the cards.

Link: http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/...c-city/308900/

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