Iíve been warned by the casino that they will ban me from playing the game if I continue to assist other players in their decision making. They said considering my winning percentage and providing guidance to players that goes against the house, they said the casino is much better off without me. Whenever there are players new to the game, it slows the game down since they are constantly asking what to do. I guess the casino does not like that. But yet itís okay for the dealer to tell the player what to do? Iím just trying to speed up the game. Thankfully itís just a warning, I can easily play letting others or the dealers to assist new or novice players. I often get asked why I donít play trips by all the players and I respond by telling them itís a suckers bet and the casino does not like me discouraging them from playing it. But actually I encourage it as the trips wager is better suited for players who do not know when to bet 4 times.
Itís the off season for me teaching motorcycle safety as a 2nd job so Iíve been playing about 20 hrs a week. I may go try other casinos as a change of scenery.
You must be a big help to players, or a big mouth in front of the dealer. Play your own game is the casino advice.
It's not the dealer as they often ask me, but yes, you are correct, play my own game. No different than BJ, but there will always be players not knowing what they are doing hitting against a 6.
But it's their money. Let them do what they want. It doesn't harm you.
Sounds like they are also a bit salty and taking it personal that you hit a royal? Someone has to, crazy. Iíd probably consider finding somewhere else to play if theyíre being petty aholes about it.
I've hit two Royals, but many others have well. They understand I'm a poker player who has adapted to this game very well and they just don't want me to help out other players, which is fine. More they lose, more that they can let me win. I usually keep track of their drops and who wins and losses, so I often know exactly how we much the table is making on a particular shift.. Last night during swing, there were only 4 players who left as winners.
Would you be able to tell us where this happened ?
As I had stated, a new player sits down, announces they have never played the game and show their cards and asks for advice, I and the dealer tells them what to do. Overall just trying to speed up the game. Especially New Years Eve, where it was tough to fund an open seat, almost every player who sat down had never played the game. Pretty frustrating playing with players who slow down the game.