LAS VEGAS BLACKJACK REPORT:
WHEN BURLESQUE MEETS BLACKJACK, SOMEBODY IS GOING TO LOSE
by Joe Pane
Joe Pane is a skilled advantage blackjack player and an experienced tournament player who has won over half a million dollars in blackjack tournaments. Besides competing in tournaments around the country and on the Internet, Joe writes the "House of Pane" column for "All In Blackjack" magazine. His peers consider him to be one of the strongest blackjack tournament players on the circuit.
The observations of blackjack conditions for this report were made in early May. The Las Vegas casinos covered include:
Note: Joe Pane noticed some 6-5 single deck games in the above casinos but did not mention them in his report because, "you shouldn’t be playing them."
We all know that if we go to a burlesque show, at some point, the burlesque performers are going to be "separated" from their clothes. This is an excepted result when you purchase a ticket and enter the theater.
Likewise, when you enter a Las Vegas casino, there is a possibility that an expected result may be that you will, in fact, be separated from your shirt, pants, and eventually your money. However, we take that chance knowing full well that with some skill and preparation, combined with "FAIR" blackjack rules, we might not lose out shirt and money, and in fact, might walk out of the casino with more money that we came in.
However, the days of finding a Las Vegas blackjack game with "FAIR" rules is like trying to find a rare coin on a beach at sunset using metal detectors. In fact, if you venture into Caesars Palace’s casino in Las Vegas you’d better get out your "Fair" blackjack detector ‘cause you’re sure as hell are going to need it there. Let me explain...
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