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johnwalker (Il y a 48 jours) (0)

 

Hello,
 
But anyway, I returned a couple days after being told "no blackjack', just because we were staying with friends nearby and they wanted to visit. So as soon as I entered, I noticed a security guard following me. He was very young, looked to be barely 18, let alone 21 (not sure of the legal age to work a casino). So he followed me everywhere. I had no intention of playing BJ, so I had some fun with him, leading him around through a maze of machines, stopping to play a minute here and there. Finally I went to the men's room. He waited outside (unlike an experience I had at El Cortez, where I was followed into the men's room and told no more blackjack). So when I came out of the men's room he was talking to a young lady. I said "hey, let's go" and he jumped to attention and resumed following me. lol. We left shortly after that. 
On a subsequent visit to Pa, I again played VF and was backed off. That back off had ramifications like no other back off I have ever encountered, as when I returned to Vegas a few days later I was immediately backed off a several different casinos in my regular rotation that I never had any kind of previous issue with. I eventually got both back into my regular rotation. 
So Valley Forge is not only sweaty, but is very active in OSN (Oregon Surveillance Network) and probably other data bases, so that is what makes them a danger. As I found out, a backoff there can have ramifications elsewhere. 
So with VF's paranoia and sweatiness, I am not surprised they went overboard and will have to be taught what is and isn't acceptable in 2016.
Thank you!!

Hello,

 

But anyway, I returned a couple days after being told "no blackjack', just because we were staying with friends nearby and they wanted to visit. So as soon as I entered, I noticed a security guard following me. He was very young, looked to be barely 18, let alone 21 (not sure of the legal age to work a casino). So he followed me everywhere. I had no intention of playing BJ, so I had some fun with him, leading him around through a maze of machines, stopping to play a minute here and there. Finally I went to the men's room. He waited outside (unlike an experience I had at El Cortez, where I was followed into the men's room and told no more blackjack). So when I came out of the men's room he was talking to a young lady. I said "hey, let's go" and he jumped to attention and resumed following me. lol. We left shortly after that. 

 

On a subsequent visit to Pa, I again played VF and was backed off. That back off had ramifications like no other back off I have ever encountered, as when I returned to Vegas a few days later I was immediately backed off a several different casinos in my regular rotation that I never had any kind of previous issue with. I eventually got both back into my regular rotation. 

 

So Valley Forge is not only sweaty, but is very active in OSN (Oregon Surveillance Network) and probably other data bases, so that is what makes them a danger. As I found out, a backoff there can have ramifications elsewhere. 

 

So with VF's paranoia and sweatiness, I am not surprised they went overboard and will have to be taught what is and isn't acceptable in 2016.

 

Thank you!!

 

Reference https://www.gamblingforums.com/threads/card-counter-lawsuit-vs-valley-forge-casi no.5330/

 

 

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