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    Watch how dealer cheat at Macau casino on this Youtube video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oK56M2lFeXk

    Player got short pay of $10,000,000 at Macau casino. He bet $15,000,000. He won and only got paid $5.000,000. He is a very bad player. But got lucky on his biggest bet. The dealer rearranged his chips and purposely cheat him.

    This would never happen in USA because of surveillance tape.

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    I don't like how the dealer is doing those payouts, seems sloppy and open to shenanigans. I can't understand what they are saying, but during that big payout, at first the player seemed to understand that he had a stack of the 1 million chips broken down to 3 stacks of 5, then the dealer brings in 1 stack of 5, and they talk about it for a while. The player covers up his stacks to indicate they are his. Then it seems like some kind of brain fart he has to get paid only 1 stack and not 3. Seems like they played "never bust" strategy except for when I saw one player hit 12 v 5.

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    How can you simply present this has a real life situation ???
    G Man

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    Quote Originally Posted by bejammin075 View Post
    I don't like how the dealer is doing those payouts, seems sloppy and open to shenanigans. I can't understand what they are saying, but during that big payout, at first the player seemed to understand that he had a stack of the 1 million chips broken down to 3 stacks of 5, then the dealer brings in 1 stack of 5, and they talk about it for a while. The player covers up his stacks to indicate they are his. Then it seems like some kind of brain fart he has to get paid only 1 stack and not 3. Seems like they played "never bust" strategy except for when I saw one player hit 12 v 5.
    One Macau dollar is worth $0.13 US dollar. Still a big money. If you watch the video of this player uploads, you can see many times the dealer cheated him. He caught many times, but sometimes he still missed. The most common is player got 21 and dealer said 22 and quickly grabbed the chips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJGenius007 View Post
    One Macau dollar is worth $0.13 US dollar. Still a big money. If you watch the video of this player uploads, you can see many times the dealer cheated him. He caught many times, but sometimes he still missed. The most common is player got 21 and dealer said 22 and quickly grabbed the chips.
    Good stuff! Sometimes dealers intentionally make mistakes in my favor. One time a Thai lady dealer liked me so much that she paid me a few times for my busted hands, and of course I tipped her generously too.

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    This is called collusion and you can end up in jail for doing this... idiot.
    G Man

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    Quote Originally Posted by G Man View Post
    This is called collusion and you can end up in jail for doing this... idiot.
    I was once caught by sky camera for that. It was a Russian lady dealer, and I was playing ultimate Texas Hold’Em. She must have liked me a lot and she mistakenly paid me several times for my losing hands. Then the floor man tapped my shoulder to ask me to pay back the mistakes. That lady probably left or was fired after this incident because I haven’t seen her in that casino since then.

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    From what I saw on the Youtube video this player uploaded, Macau Blackjack rules are quite good.

    1. S17
    2. Penetration is about 4.5/6D to 5/6D.
    3. Best part: Split aces, you can continue hitting, not just get one card for each ace. And if your split ace gets a face card, it is considered Blackjack and get paid 3:2.
    4. This is the weird part. Dealer gets his downcard after all hits/doubles/splits of players. So the third base likes to add a dummy hand with minimal bet. It is idiotic because unless you are counting, it does not help to your main hand.
    5. Splits and doubles are just like we do here in USA. But I see Chinese seldom double. Never on 9. Very rare on 10. Rare on 11 even against bust card.

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    But I thought there are no blackjack shoe games in Macau. Can anybody verify?

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    Last I heard, CSMs. Originally some casinos only added the cards after a deck was accumulated in a discard tray. But, I hear that practice is gone.
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