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    Moving pits

    A question for those who have experience working in the pits or surveillance.

    Let's say I am at a medium to large casino with multiple pits, and I'm playing rated. I'm up a significant amount (50 units plus). People are starting to notice my big stack. If I color up and move to the pit on the other side of the casino, will the pit boss see that I just took 50 units from the other pit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craigrow View Post
    A question for those who have experience working in the pits or surveillance.

    Let's say I am at a medium to large casino with multiple pits, and I'm playing rated. I'm up a significant amount (50 units plus). People are starting to notice my big stack. If I color up and move to the pit on the other side of the casino, will the pit boss see that I just took 50 units from the other pit?
    If you think you’re getting heat, just color up and take a break. People walk with 50 unit wins every day in a casino.

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    We’ll sure, but what if I want to keep playing? Would moving resolve the heat or make it worse?


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