From 2006 to 2012 I made a 6 figures every year like clockwork and I noticed it was getting harder and harder so I took 10k and a month of my time and went everyday to the tables I started noticing a pattern Monday through Wednesday it was possible to win using classic count strategies but is was definitely harder Thursday through Sunday is was a slaughterhouse every table no was winning anywhere the shuffle master was the only difference they where the md2 advanced and Md3 versions .So road block after road block I managed to buy a new Md3 Shuffle Master for the price of $10,300.00 dollars What I found
1 Are they rigged?
Absolutely ,but not illegal as long as the still meet there payout
2 Is there beast mode ?
Yes that is 91% house favor this is done though moving higher value cards to the top (thatís why you need to cut at least 1 deck back) notice the deeper you cut the tag card is placed further out
3 scan every card?
Yes it knows if there is a extra card and exactly what card is extra
4 Do dealers know
Not details but they get there tips hurt by this so they know
5 can it be beaten?
Yes ,but throw basic strategy out the window NO splits ever not even aces No doubles you will lose if you do this thatís the beginning I will answer other question as they come in
Hopefully this puts the shuffle master myths to rest Iíve seen all the Forums people noticed the difference then the fool jumps in a say he works at shuffle master say canít be rigged!!!
Bottom line is this I have the machine and have a year straight of practice They are absolutely rigged but not illegal if they stay in the payout guidelines .when the casino buys or leases a 10000 dollar machine you better believe it has to do more than just mix up the cards it provides the House a drastic advantage. Happy to answer any questions. And Iím back to making my 6 figures!!
"Yes that is 91% house favor this is done though moving higher value cards to the top"
The location of the top is random because a player cuts, but wouldn't a surplus of high value cards at the "top" be good for the player? And why would an excess of high cards make us less inclined to double?
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This thread is #FakeNews.
A shuffler from them costs over $19,000. Nice try though.
Post a photo of your shuffler with your forum name/date written on an index card.