Note: This doesn't state that an AP actually makes a profit (gross or net).
Most people who use some AP techniques either (a) lose (b) "break-even" (cover most living expenses).
....which is a good reason for casinos to allow AP techniques.
If all APs were highly profitable, casinos would be much more likely to ban all APs.
In real-life, BJ counters lose on sport parlays, slot bonus chasers have BJ/baccarat habits, poker players have VP habits, sports bettors play BJ, etc...
...what some might call "leaks".
A friend wins $3K-5K all the time counting cards at BJ, and never gets kicked out. He asked me why other people have such problems. I asked him how much he lost last year on the slots. He said -$60K.Quote: darkoz
Even if true that is not the way casinos see it. If u win money cc bj then lose it at craps that is s loss to their bottom line
To them its not "we got his money anyway" to them its "after playing legit one game he stole from us at another"