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September 13th, 2015 at 3:54:16 AM permalink
I usually will play a little while and see how the heat is. If there's not much heat I ask for players card. If there's alot of heat I dont. Also sometimes different shifts will give you more heat than others. If I already have a card but a particular shift is watching my play more closely I won't use my players card. I also never hand the players card right when I sit down. I wait until I've hit a true count +3 and raised my bet a bit to assess how much heat there is. If there's not much heat I'll act like I forgot to give them my players card before and give it to them then. If they seem to be watching me a bit closely I'll just keep my card in my pocket in case I get backed off they won't have my info.
October 2nd, 2015 at 4:00:00 PM permalink
I have been using players cards lately. I get a lot of free hotel room mailings in my mailbox, promotional chips, and free meals. However, for the first time in nearly 400 hours, I was 86ed from a Casino in Louisiana. Guess I can never gamble again at one of those places now. So to your last point, I think it is a valid concern. Luckily this was a small chain rather than a major one...