Thursday, June 4, 2009

iPhone Application Review - Las Vegas casinos Banned iPhone blackjack card counting Application

Card counting iPhone application frowned upon in Online Casinos

Apple's iPhone has already taken a big stake of the mobile phone market. With loads of amazing features and built-in applications, iPhone is going to the the hearthrob of the generation. Now the next version - iPhone 3G has put even more enticing features all at your fingertips. This review is on an iPhone application that has given hard blow to the Online Casinos. A new hi-tech iPhone blackjack card counting application moved the online gamblers! BlackJack gamblers can cheat at the gambling table by using the blackjack card-counting iPhone application.

Very recently mass voice was raised against the use of iPhone blackjack card counting application. According to a report released by Associated Press, the Las Vegas casino operators are currently on the lookout for blackjack cheaters who are using the card-counting application on their iPhones. Nevada State Gaming Control Officials warranted a caution to the online casinos about the fact the hi-tech card-counting software is smart enough to turn iPhone and iPod Touch MP3 players into a tool that can be used to beat the odds at the blackjack tables in Nevada.

In his letter to the casino operators, Randall Sayre, who is the Nevada gaming control board member mentioned: "Once this program is installed on the phone through the iTunes website it can make counting cards easy. When the program is used in the 'Stealth Mode' the screen of the phone will remain shut off, and as long as the user knows where the keys are located the program can be run effortlessly without detection."

Associated Press reported that by using this application program gamblers can tap a virtual button on the screen, every times a cards 10 or with a higher value gets turned up. Interestingly the gamblers can also tap a different button (virtual) on the screen as soon as a low-value card is turned up. This hi-tech iPhone application runs through a software that continually shows the real time count by updating the true count. The users of this iPhone application get tracks of the cards with total values, closest to 21 points without exceeding that particular amount. By this the user gets a feedback regarding a gambler's probable chances to winning.

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