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Shuffle Up Call
Posted: 26 February 2009 11:17 AM   [ Ignore ]
victor
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Recently I was playing a 2D ASM game when the floor person loudly called “shuffle-up” to the dealer. It occurred at a time when several players were on a hot winning streak. I had also seen my $100 buy-in grow to over $400 rather quickly. Could a player have been suspected of card counting? Is this an example of heat? I did not notice anyone spreading aggressively. Are there other reasons a dealer would be instructed to re-shuffle half way through the deal?

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Posted: 14 December 2012 05:14 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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victor - 26 February 2009 11:17 AM

Recently I was playing a 2D ASM game when the floor person loudly called “shuffle-up” to the dealer. It occurred at a time when several players were on a hot winning streak. I had also seen my $100 buy-in grow to over $400 rather quickly. Could a player have been suspected of card counting? Is this an example of heat? I did not notice anyone spreading aggressively. Are there other reasons a dealer would be instructed to re-shuffle half way through the deal?

Conservative casinos like Binion’s shuffle anytime a person bets triple or greater his last bet to reduce the risk of counting and benefiting from baloon bets.  Some suspect the counter…others do this as simple preventative maintenance.

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