Perfect Card Counting Every Time

Perfect Card Counting Every Time

It’s time to cut to the chase. Almost every post on blackjack forums, almost every article and most experts agree that card counting devices are useless.

There has also been a lot written about how they are also illegal.

To a certain extent I agree on both counts, but there are exceptions that should be noted.

It is a fact that most card counting devices are inferior to counting. I could go down the line and critique each one but suffice it to say that most of them have serious flaws. Some can’t be used in any casino because they cannot be hidden, one is sold by a convicted internet scam artist, most do not have the capability to give the true count, at least one is a throwback to the 1970′s and takes as long to master as card counting itself, some have issues with wiring and buttons. Most of them are completely overpriced.

As far as the illegality issue, electronic devices used to gain an advantage in casino games are illegal in nine states. Those states are Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey and Nevada. These 9 states account for approximately 45% of all casinos in the USA. The remainder of the states have NO laws against electronic devices.

There are also casinos on hundreds of cruise ships where there are no laws regarding electronic devices. Canada has 123 casinos and no laws against electronic devices.

Consider the rest of the world which has over 3300 casinos, most with no laws barring electronic devices and it begins to come into focus that perhaps there is a place in card counting for an electronic device if it performs correctly. After all, most Forum posts, articles and expert commentary out of hand dismiss ALL counting devices and lump them all together, when the only fact is that they are all different. The other issue is the legality of these devices.

The common thread is that they are illegal and don’t work. A question comes to mind in this regard. If they don’t work why are they illegal? Certainly some don’t work or work only as well as card counting, so why are they illegal? You would think the casinos would welcome anything that didn’t work, wouldn’t you?

Most of the negative comments and articles concern legality, but there are card counting purists that take the stand that says why use a counting device when you get the same results by counting cards. These people have already spent innumerable hours honing their counting skills and may be a little jealous of anyone that can perform at their same level or higher without all of the work.

The fact is that a card counting device is easier to use than merely counting cards. It can be more accurate, thereby making it more efficient than counting. It virtually eliminates mistakes. Also there is less fatigue which leads to fewer mistakes.

The perfect counting device should be easy to use, undetectable, capable of converting the running count to the true coun
1000
t, small enough to hide and it must be sturdy. May I add, it should be priced fairly.

I have developed the perfect card counting device, you were wondering where this article was going, one that conforms to all of the above criteria and then some. I call my invention The Wiz. Simply put it is the worlds most powerful and easy to use card counting computer.

Without going into the details in this article, it works better than card counting, almost DOUBLING your winning percentage, no matter what count you use.

By: Ed Irion

Article Directory: http://www.articledashboard.com

If you would like more info on The Wiz you can go to www.learn-winning-blackjack.com/the-wiz.html after you read about The Wiz you may want to look at the entire site. There is a lot of great info there.

Ed Irion has been a professional Blackjack player for 31 years. He has made millions of dollars playing Blackjack in casinos all over the world. He still plies his trade in the casino today using many aliases. This article is part of a series of articles to help you learn and better understand Blackjack.

Technorati Tags:

Tags:

Comments are closed.