Link to article on IN ruling
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final effects of this ruling are hard to anticipate. some IN casinos were already reluctant to 86 counters and seemed to act as if they were not certain they had the right to do so. others were eager and happy to do it. so in some of the toilets in that miserable state there won't likely be any change.
overall the effects will depend on what comes out of the gaming commission's review. what sorts of countermeasures will be allowed in IN? if i were a casino manager looking at this article i would not be certain i had the legal leeway to take any steps at all to discourage card counters. if this is the current environment there (i would not assume it is) it won't stay that way for long; certainly the casinos will get their regulators either to allow 86ing or to designate acceptable countermeasures. brave counterly souls might want to rush into action right now and test the waters.
if the casinos truly feel threatened, and find themselves with fewer available countermeasures than they think they need, i would expect game quality to deteriorate. this is what happened in atlantic city. from a counter's perspective it's desirable for casinos to feel they have the freedom to restrict counterly behavior on a case-by-case basis. otherwise they shittify the games for all comers.