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You are introducing weakness into the relationship, and weakness is punished severely in this game. I think Arnold has mentioned Ken Uston made use of this phenomenon. But the point is, the moment you sit down at the table you are being categorized. Don't do this. Whether you're a non-tipper that decides to be gracious or a tipper who decides to be chintzy, problems start when you deviate from your identity. Here are some thoughts and impressions. I emphasize that these are only my experiences, so feel free to reject them. Don't kid yourself on this issue. Same name on the player card. My grainy, black and white picture was probably in every book in Reno, but there was always a shift or two in the same casino that hadn't gotten the memo. And the smaller the joint, the less gracious the reading of the riot act. No, we can't. I have so many instances of befriending blackjack dealers who would then identify me as a "mark" and consequently expect a little extra toke for the shared good fortune. I know, I tried. One final point, while playing in Reno. Be Kaiser Soze. The dealers are exceptional hustlers, and once they identify a little bit of weakness, they will devour you. But if cracks start to form, then the trouble begins. An uncomfortable feeling of betrayal pierced Syph's soul Syph: "Hey, I thought you said you didn't care? The simple reason is that Gump is just too easy of a target. Very effective. And, yes, I was probably backed off a dozen times at the Peppermill, hell Incidentally, this was the same Peppermill chain where they consequently comped me a room in Wendover a few months later. You will not make any friends. I once, trying to pass myself off as a mentally handicapped compulsive gambler, muttered And as I slumped in my chair, I was reminded you simply can't make a stupid enough comment to make them think you're an idiot. For myself, most of my backoffs happened when I got stuck for a good chunk, then spent the next six or seven hours digging myself out. And don't think that your tipping puts you in anyone's good books. Even those who know better can get lured into this dynamic. And this was first brought to my attention by a man who had been playing in Reno for 20 years.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Ya gotta be more Kaiser Soze than Forrest Gump. Nice Pit Boss: "You know, you should really be playing two hands on positive counts. You know, count rises, you win, you double up the bet. Thirty minutes tops, and twenty would be better. Your relationship with the dealer is of the utmost importance when you sit down, particularly for the first time. In my early days, I was tipping more than I was making in EV, but it didn't prevent the backoffs. It's like a relationship. Fluctuations are not the number one killer of success in card counting. Your EV of a few dollars an hour isn't really going to affect the bottom line much though this has been argued , but card counters tend to stick out like a sore thumb. They laughed and talked about the game. Now, you've asked about how the intel is in Reno. I can respect this approach, but I must warn you, it won't work. Turns out, the Nice Pit Boss used to be a card counter himself and even wrote a small book on the subject, and as the rapport developed, Syph popped the question: Syph: "So, you don't mind if I come in and play? Remember that the surveillance guys don't have the skills to catch the true threats to their bottom line, but they can obscure this by racking up large numbers of small time counters. You have become her bitch. And they're still sending me promos. I was chased out of the Cal-Neva by half a dozen security guards. And what gets people into trouble in relationships is not having clearly defined roles. And once that identity is set, you have just fuct yourself I apologize for the language, but this is kinda important. Subtitled: And you thought the blackjack dealer was evil Story time. In my experience, and from watching those around me, it's really tipping that cute girl a dollar on every third win that destines a low stakes player to a flight back to home and a job. Then another early shuffle. Ok, I'm veering off topic. But if you do any more than that, you're probably playing a losing game. Never underestimate the sheer stupidity, paranoia, and fear of the pit critters. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I spent about six months or so card counting at the blackjack games in Reno, surviving solely off silver and green play. Let me get you a dinner. I've never had problems getting a game. Trading these sorts of antics is playing a losing game, obviously. You will get backed off, barred, and chased out. I know everyone says you won't get hassled at these stakes, but you will. Ok, so you're spreading like a maniac, you're flirting with the dealers, you're not having dinner with the pit boss, and you're keeping your sessions brief. And if you flip her enough to make her happy, I can guarantee you that you will be in the poor house. This article may be a little long winded, but I now need to address those who would like to try and be a bit more genuine than the rest of the cloak and dagger-like card counting community. Always carry a disposable camera with you. He recounted a story of how he witnessed a group of dealers together at the end of their shift, laughing about how much money they had collected from all the "losers" who had tipped them. They WILL portray the latter identity, hold to the former. Besides, I think your dealer likes me. I found the more I spread, the less likely I was to be backed off. You know, most counters are so deathly concerned about trying to hide their spread that they all sorta end up looking like each other in the process. Conversely, if you never tip, she will also come to expect that as well. If you are caught, it won't even get around to the next shift. Remember, the backoffs come from above, and every tip you give is one less dollar the casino can make off you. Just try winning a few hundred in a session and flipping the girl a dollar. In my defense, it happened relatively early in my career. And if they didn't get it, they would turn on you faster than a fanged snake with a skin condition. If you adopt a spineless persona, the dealer will come to expect a spineless persona, and all those tips that come from a spineless persona. For some reason, it would get me backed off within about 20 minutes every time I attempted this "cover" strategy. So while backing you off may have negligible impact on the casino's EV, it has immense value social, hierarchical, and economic to a surveillance goon looking to move up, hold on to his job, or earn respect. Looking back, the quickest I was ever backed off was spreading , with progressive betting in positive counts after wins. And another. I would get backed off or barred during the day shift, then return for the graveyard. Insofar as the surveillance personnel's relation to you is concerned, they are not interested in protecting the game as much as they are interested in protecting their jobs. And one look over at the smirking Pit Boss told the story. This is not the final word on the subject, but you would be better served viewing them in this light, than the urge to see them as struggling wage slaves trying to put food on their table. And I don't care how long Don says he's been backcounting shoes. Prepare for it. That way, when they start taking your picture, you can take theirs. It's garbage, don't use it. You might well know better. Unless it's changed recently, I can assure you that at least at low stakes it is virtually non-existent. One further thought, and this came from someone far more experienced than I. I was not backed off once, and there was an amusing exchange between the dealer and the pit boss regarding my betting: Dealer: "You've got to have the most erratic betting I've ever witnessed. And if you find youself in such a situation you've done something really wrong, but it does tend to make one feel better at the end of the day. Beware of Greeks bearing gifts. And the interesting thing is, provided you are consistent with your attitude, all will run smoothly. And if there's one truth in the casino industry, it's that surveillance will go after the easiest perceived threat to justify its role.