The behavior of pit persons(s) in the HL rooms in a few casinos seems to have changed a bit. I noticed this in the Marquee Rewards chain in particular. In these stores, the dealer (not the pit) logs in each player that sits at table and the amount he is buying in and his first bet. There is a small window with push buttons (like a car radio) built into the tables.

The pit guy seems to wander around from table to table at the 3-4 tables open in HL rooms during the day. For some reason, probably a winning player or someone jumps a bet or something, he walks to the monitor by the pit desk and peers at it. its as if he can bring up any table, see what each player bought in for, what his initial bet is and perhaps immediately see the count (or maybe it just tells him a table is at positive or negative count). Sometimes, he will check the monitor and hawk a table and sometimes he wont.

The difference I see in behavior is the walk over to the monitor and punch in keys (probably bringing up a table) as often as he does.

I suppose there is technology that monitors from the sky the count at each table?