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    Pointing out dealer mistakes

    A lot of pros would
    Last edited by CanadaKevinB; 08-01-2017 at 12:36 AM.

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    I can see were slash and burn players would have a totally different outlook on casinos based on their experience when compared to longevity players. I tend to consider myself pushing the envelope of the latter.
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    Management is like a turkey with it head chopped off, telling the dealer to change their shuffle, deal slower, cut more off, change the dealer, new cards, wtf is going on, we are the casino, don't you know!!!!
    Believe me I have seen all of the above. I have had 6 dealer changes in one shoe. Dealers that only deal one hand before being tapped out. I even had them screw the timing up and had a dealer not even deal a hand or burn a card because someone bought in for more chips.

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