iPhone Card-Counting Device Forbidden


Posted February 17, 2009 - By kijibe

If you think you're about to use a blackjack card-counting program on your iPhone in Nevada, you're going to get hauled off to jail if their Gaming Control Board has any say in the matter.

While card counting isn't prohibited in Nevada, using such a device is considered a felony. The device came to the attention of authorities when an Indian casino in Northern California caught players.

You can download the program off of iTunes. It applies differing strategies on a "stealth mode."

Cell phones have been banned at race and sports books since last year. Harrah's Entertainment even temporarily suspended the use of iPhones at their World of Series Poker. You can still use iPods and MP3 players, but cell phones are entirely forbidden.


Tags: iPhone, Lowlife, Tech
iPhone Card-Counting Device Forbidden


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