I got banned from the Wynn over the weekend for reasons that were not explained. I am a recreational player that uses a progression betting pattern, based primarily on how the cards are going.
Here's how my approximately one hour long stay went:
-I was looking for a $100 or $200 double deck game, but the lowest they had was $300.
-I bought in for $3000.
-The first 5 or 6 shoes, my chip stack varied between about $2100 and $3600. My maximum bet was $600.
-Over the several shoes, I got lucky with the dealer busting often and me hitting quite a few double downs, splits, and blackjacks. My maximum bet was $900.
-After that, I was up $5400 and the pit manager (I'm guessing) came over and told me that he no longer wanted my blackjack play.
I thought I was having a dream. As I said, I consider myself a recreational player, not a counter. I do try to recognize when lots of low cards have been played, but I don't jump my bet up because of it. I just try to hit streaks of 4, 5, 6 good hands in a row and raise my bet gradually to take advantage of good runs.
I play pretty much the same way every time I play, which so far has been in probably 2 dozen casinos.
Does anyone have any ideas as to why they may have found me threatening and banned me?