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Keith Smith's is a spectacularly revealing, well written article on real world Blackjack both from the player's and the casino's point of view. Understanding these virtually unknown revelations and learning how to exploit them in your own play blows away the long accepted ceiling of performance of even the most professional Blackjack play. New horizens await open minded players with that burning desire to vastly improve their play. E. Clifton Davis

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Keith, if anyone doubts clumping and the intentional sorting order of picking up break cards, one trip to AC, Foxwoods or any other crowded casino can see this as plain as the nose on their face. The crowded conditions just amplifies this intentional sorting and even the most doubting person will have to admit it is real.

Great job on the article!

"If you don't think too good, don't think too much!!"

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John

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Keith, if anyone doubts clumping and the intentional sorting order of picking up break cards, one trip to AC, Foxwoods or any other crowded casino can see this as plain as the nose on their face. The crowded conditions just amplifies this intentional sorting and even the most doubting person will have to admit it is real.

Great job on the article!

Right, and A.C. 8 deck BJ amplifies clumping even more. You will see that 20 tens in a row is fairly common out of the dealer shoe. The random odds against this occurring are far far greater than 20 Banks in a row in Baccarat but we never see 20 Banks.

Clumping is obvious and provable to anyone who is looking for it. Card counting gurus are in a state of denial. They deny clumping because it totally undermines everything they teach and destroys both card counting and Basic Strategy. This is why traditional card counting hasn't produced a single bottom line winner since the days of single deck BJ with no cut off card. We haven't seen that since the '70's. This is also why their most notorious card counter, Kenny Uston, went broke card counting in A.C in the '90's. I know because I was there. To beat BJ today, you must live in the real world, not in some simulated computer world. But for those willing to learn how to exploit clumping, BJ is more beatable today than it ever was.

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Linkhelpers "link" has been removed but we left the message up for continuity.

We'll consider that his "freebie" but I'm sure he won't be back.

MVS

Thanks MVS. Your help is greatly appreciated. BTW, Gambler's Glen put up no resistance!

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