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Gerry Hennessey
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Hi All,

I am curious if anyone has any thoughts on the current popular cheating techniques for 3 Card Poker? Is it switching cards or what is the most favored technique.

I've heard that "bending cards" is sometimes used, as the player can see what is in the shuffling tray before the deal and will bet accordingly.

Any thoughts, ideas or suggestions would be very welcome.

Thank you
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The Dowser
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Is three card poker your game of choice?
Anton4
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As someone who works in a casino, I would strongly advise against trying any of these techniques in a real life situation. There are easier ways to make money.
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Easier than very long term prison sentences?
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I've seen a couple of two player switches. Outside marking to read the dealers hand (not the whole hand, just scanning for high cards)
Obviously if you can pull off a push bet or cap your bet on some of the side bets that can find on TCP, that could be worthwhile.
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