how would online casinos be able to prove if I cheat?

since the casino is online, I could card count and use a blackjack strategy chart. Can they hold on to my winnings if they think I cheated, how could they prove it in court?

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  • 5 days ago

    for blackjack im not sure, but for roulette my friends do it, its work 

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  • FAHq
    Lv 6
    3 weeks ago

    cant count cards,,,deck is randomly shuffled after every hand

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  • 4 weeks ago

    Strategy chart isn't cheating, and you can't count cards because the cards are shuffled between each hand. Card counting does nothing online, because it is is impossible.

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  • 1 month ago

    I would assume they can tell if you are counting cards or not but i doubt theycam do anything about it. But in the end they make it so the house wins  

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  • 1 month ago

    There will be ways as for example if you are taking too long, i.e. taking notes and counting cards.

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  • Jay P
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Strategy cards are not cheating.  You can even use those cards at the tables at actual casinos.  Even many dealers have them and some will tell you what the card says to do if you ask the dealer.

    Card counting is legal at real casinos as long as you don't use any mechanical or electronic devices to help you.  But trying to count cards on an online casino is like trying to count cards at a real casino table with a continuous shuffle machine...it won't work.

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  • 1 month ago

    they don't need to PROVE that you cheated in order to ban you from their site. Casinos are never required to accept a bet of any kind, on any game, from any person. So they can ban you for merely suspecting that you might have cheated.

    Sure, they'd need proof if they prosecuted you in court, but they wouldn't do that. They'd just ban you and move on - IF you actually succeed.

    And it would be pretty easy to prove anyway. Card counting relies on the fact that in certain situations (based on cards already played from the deck) the odds slightly favor the player rather than the house, and the idea is to bet the minimum bet until the deck is stacked in your favor then switch to the maximum bet. So all they would have to do is use the electronic records to show that you bet the minimum bets until the count was in your favor then you changed your bet amount.

    But it doesn't matter anyway because I doubt you have the discipline, skill, or bankroll necessary to exploit card counting to your advantage.

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  • 1 month ago

    Card counting is not banned anymore they just set the amount you can bet.

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  • Brian
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Yeah, that's great. And the online casino could use a new deck every hand.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It would never get to court. If you started winning consistently for any moderate period of time they would ban you.  But your chances of winning are near zero anyway. I have a friend who can and has won consistently in casinos but its long hours and boring. He almost always wins but its almost not worth his time. Because he is not a broke, bad credit kid like you.

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