I am curious as to how a casino takes action against a counter. I understand the "game" they are playing. It is in their best interest to have a game in a casino that has a reputation for being beatable. That will tend to draw in players that might otherwise never gamble in a casino. Then, if they detect that player is "good" enough to beat them, they can half shoe him or even ask him not to play. That seems easy to me. I have been playing for only a short time, but I think I could easily detect a counter at the table, so I know that they can. I have no qualms with them preferrential shuffling, but am concerned about barrings and such.
1) If I were to go to a casino and be winning several days in a row, but on the next day, I was actually losing, could I still get the boot, being down money?
2) Also, how does that look to the other players at the table? Like if "they" were to start winning, they might also get expelled? Seems like that would run off a lot of the "basic strategy" players and "ploppies" that pay the bills!
3) If you get the dreaded "No more Blackjack" and you inquire as to why, what will they say?
I'm probably not good enough (YET) to be concerned about this, but it just keeps nagging at me. Can anybody clear this up for me? Thanks...