the previous section, a high dealer up-card was shown
to cause a tendency for 10s to clump. If the dealer
shows a high up-card in a high percentage of rounds
in a shoe, 10s will tend to become concentrated into
solid clumps in the next shoe-a dealer-favorable situation.
Not only will players tend to be losing, they will
tend to lost in the next shoe. A relatively rare exception
to this is if all the players have stiffs and break.
In this case, the 10s are not sifted into solid clumps
but form a large break-card clump.
No. Maybe. Yes in some countries, no in others. Yes
in some states, no in others. Yes today, no tomorrow.
No today, yes tomorrow.
Only The Shadow knows and he's not talking.
you can run into quite intelligent people who will
take absolutely contrary positions on this issue,
a more reasonable person would probably acknowledge
that the United States Constitution, and indeed most
of the law passed since, was not written with the
Internet in mind. Therefore, before anyone can be
absolutely certain about much of anything, an entirely
new body of law will have to develop.