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    Quote Originally Posted by GMass View Post
    I should have been more clear. I was asking if the anti-AP measures / actions were observed first-hand. The games reports are accurate.
    Got it, guys. In the last 30 days I witnessed 2 back offs on the main floor and both were red chippers. One was stopped after playing a while and the other was tapped upon buying in. No flat bet, both were told no more blackjack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paymypush View Post
    Got it, guys. In the last 30 days I witnessed 2 back offs on the main floor and both were red chippers. One was stopped after playing a while and the other was tapped upon buying in. No flat bet, both were told no more blackjack.
    Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paymypush View Post
    Got it, guys. In the last 30 days I witnessed 2 back offs on the main floor and both were red chippers. One was stopped after playing a while and the other was tapped upon buying in. No flat bet, both were told no more blackjack.
    Which store? Where can we talk privately.

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