I built one once
...and left it on the London Underground by mistake. Special Branch thought it was a bomb planted by the IRA and apparently used a controlled explosion to render it harmless. Strange but true. 1500 quid in research & development up in flames. Ho-hum.
thank you all for great inputs. now i got question for john may. do you know of any computer that can do sequential trucking? iam not talking about training device but actual computer that could be used in real play. thanks
Several websites claim to sell you this type of device. But, almost by definition, they are not reputable, since reputable organizations do not sell illegal devices. They all ask for several thousand dollars
upfront. I can't recommend you do business with any of them and won't give them any free publicity, though I may send you the urls via e-mail if you really want them.
If I had to do it again now I'd use a WAP-enabled phone and use it to communicate with a PC. Sequencing isn't that difficult to program really, it just exploits the fact that initially-adjacent cards tend to stay in close proximity. I'd just write a little qbasic simulator to do this for me. Plenty of resources exist online to help you do this: it sounds daunting but it'd only take you a few weeks.
I repeat: there is a legal way of doing all this. Ideally you'd note a string of cards, either by memorization or perhaps via a scorecard borrowed from the baccarat or roulette table. Then you'd leave the casino, to avoid breaking any device laws, feed your phone the data, get the PC to process it with a shuffle model, determine your actual post-shuffle advantage with basic strategy or optimized shuffle strategy and, assuming you have an edge return to the table and clean up. If you miss a few cards at the beginning of the shoe it doesn't matter much.