Your Odds At Gambling Just Got Worse

It just got much more difficult for professional gamblers to beat casinos due to new technology. This week's Circuits section of the New York Times has a piece about how casinos are using new electronic surveillance techniques to keep tabs on which players are doing well and which ones aren't The new system maintains a level of vigilance that no human can match. It takes notice when a particular gambler alone at a table is playing 120 hands an hour at a 1.5 percent disadvantage (in other...

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