Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Wharton School of Business Ivy Leaguers on Blackjack Card Counting Binge in Connecticut!

I don't know if these University of Pennsylvania business students read on my blog how Connecticut's two casinos, Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun, are easy pickings for professional casino cheat and card counting teams, but if they didn't they sure learned about it somewhere! Reports have been coming in to me that highly advanced card counting teams made up of business students at the Wharton School of Business, the highest regarded business school in the US, have been doing a number on these two casinos, which I had visited just a month ago. I did see some good card counting teams at work there, but I can't say if I saw the Ivy Leaguers working the blackjack tables. According to my source, these teams are highly sophisticated and are playing mainly black $100 chips. I have been told they are as good as the MIT blackjack card counting teams of the '90s, but in any case, this is not mindboggling that blackjack card counting teams can still beat the hell out of casinos for big money after all the publicity the blackjack card counting movie "21" shined on the card counters. This is because the casinos can still be fooled by it, and they probably don't care that much anyway as the same movie has brought them many more wannabe card counters who are really just losers to the blackjack tables. To date, Connecticut's casinos are in the hole over a million bucks to these Wharton guys, and that is just this year!