you are playing too scared
ey ey eye! I know you have it in for me bathboy, which is fine for someone with your personality or lack thereof. I may have had the idea I was being watched by surveillance, but usually my sixth sense is never too far from wrong. With the piles of chips we had in front of us, no, in fact, they were definetly watching us, and we all gave each other the nod to sod off. Fighting with you is like fighting with a dummy, so I'll not bother showing what a farcehole you are.
I may not be able to comprehend what you have written here. Your writings often do make sense to me as they are written in your personal version on the english language. However, I take it that because you have a lot of chips in front of you, you thought surveillance was watching you. And because you thought surveillance was watching you, you decided to leave. If I left everytime I surveillance was watching me, I would only spend about 3 minutes in a casino. The second black or higher hits the table surveillance is watching unless you are in a pretty big place. But who cares? They are most often too stupid to know what is going on. Play a few hours and they will get bored and stop watching you. Get up and leave every time the phone rings and you may as well not have left home.
If you are unable to distinguish between attention and heat, you will never make money. I get tons and tons of attention. But I get very little heat.
Here's a wee piece from a Robert V. Lux interview of AdvantagePlayer.com founder and RGE Publishing owner Viktor Nacht.....
Those quotes are from someone that is selling a system for shuffle tracking. Of course he is going to say most people can do it. He is selling the system. Not tracking himself.