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According to Webtopia, the app "allows any blackjack player, professional or amateur, to keep track of their blackjack card count. While counting cards is deemed legal, electronic card counting devices are illegal in many casinos. Given that, one would think that Apple wouldn't have given the thumbs-up to an app that, if used in the most logical manner, could get someone arrested, or worse. Don't show this again. Webtopia also cautions users of the app that, "This card counter is great for learning to count cards or for playing blackjack with your friends. It's kind of interesting that they were forthcoming about this.

Update pm: This story has been modified to include reaction from the creator of the card-counting iPhone app. Webtopia We've all seen the movies blackjack card counter app iphone the hot-shot gambler slips read article and finds himself hustled off to a back room where a genial but brutal casino manager calmly breaks a few fingers while issuing a stern warning never to come back.

But he added in https://spinmoneyjackpot.site/blackjack/blackjack-card-counting-tools.html story that, "After iPhones came on the market inHarrah's Entertainment halted their use at the World Series of Poker.

This is particularly useful when using stealth mode. And, as Sayre pointed out, "use of this type of program or possession of a device with this type of program on it--with the intent to use it--in a licensed gaming establishment, is a violation" of the law.

And in an interview, Webtopia's Travis Yates, a year-old developer in Cairns, Australia, said that the stealth features of the app--which allow players to surreptitiously hit buttons updating the count on the iPhone while its screen blackjack card counter app iphone black--came as a blackjack card counter app iphone of feedback on earlier versions of the app.

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And it's not even illegal, though being caught at it is sure to lead to a hasty expulsion from a casino, at best, or even the kind of back-room visit discussed above. Yet card counting--a complex practice that gives practitioners a way to determine the optimal times to bet in blackjack--prevails to this day. Daniel Terdiman. We delete comments that violate our policy , which we encourage you to read. What is definitely illegal, however, is the employment of any kind of electronic device that aids players in counting cards. Others currently available on the App Store include Card Counter and Card Counting Practice , the latter of which warns, "This app is for entertainment purposes only. Of course, to some people, the dangers of being caught using apps like this to count cards might even be worse than having a Vegas tough guy break some fingers. Earlier this month, the Nevada Gaming Control Board, itself tipped off by the California Bureau of Gambling Control, issued an alert to "all non-restricted licensees and interested parties"--the state's casinos--warning of the emergence of iPhone card counting apps. Apple did not respond to a request for comment Tuesday. For its part, the makers of "A Blackjack Card Counter," an Australian outfit called Webtopia, couldn't be happier about the attention being paid to its app as a result of its potentially illegal nature. Counting in casinos may be hazardous to your health. Once this program is installed on the phone through the iTunes Web site it can make counting cards easy," Nevada Gaming Control Board member Randall Sayre wrote in the alert. That's why, for example, there are no iPhone porn apps, though it is certainly possible to access adult content optimized for the device. Therefore I would not recommend using this app in a casino as you could get into a lot of trouble. We've all seen the movies where the hot-shot gambler slips up and finds himself hustled off to a back room where a genial but brutal casino manager calmly breaks a few fingers while issuing a stern warning never to come back. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. While "A Blackjack Card Counter" might be the only iPhone app specifically called out by the Gaming Control Board, it is by no means the only app that purports to at least teach card counting techniques. They might decide to take away your iPhone. Yates also said that since the Nevada Gaming Control Board put out its alert, sales of the app have risen to around a day, after lingering at 10 or so a day previously. Films like The Cooler , 21 , Rounders , Casino and many others have made this kind of scene, even if it's not always about card counting, a staple of our imagination. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Since the July launch of the App Store , Apple has maintained a sort of moral code--a PGtype standard, if you will--surrounding the thousands of iPhone and iPod Touch applications available via the service. In a story in the Las Vegas Review Journal , Howard Stutz wrote that the Gaming Control Board leaves it up to individual casinos to decide their own policies regarding the use of mobile phones and other electronic devices. It's my understanding that the app isn't illegal, so I thought, 'Why not? To Sayre, of the Gaming Control Board, it would indeed be abnormal to issue a public statement about new cheating technology. It offers a disclaimer that, 'This app is for entertainment purposes only. Sayre added that the application can be used legitimately--outside any Nevada casino--to help people learn advanced blackjack techniques. But with an app called "A Blackjack Card Counter," that's not, in fact, the case.