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Interview with BJA Member “Vexbasque”

April 24th, 2014

profile image 2 croppedI met Vex in Vegas at one of our Blackjack Bootcamps a couple years ago, though he’d been training hard and involved in the forum for a while. One of the most exciting things for us is seeing someone make the progression from Newbie to winning Card Counter. He’s put the work in and I’m proud to have him a part of the Card Counting Army at BJA! So without further ado, here’s our interview with him… Read More »

Interview with BJA Member “Moses14″

March 27th, 2014

profile image 2 croppedThis is the second interview we’ve done for our monthly “Profile of a Card Counter”. Hopefully you can learn from, enjoy and find inspiration in Moses’ story.

 

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Strong Men T-Shirt

March 26th, 2014

Strong Men Charcoal - BJA-small“Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect” – Ralph Waldo Emerson 99.99% of people who enter casinos are happy to trust their fate (and lose). We choose to live by a different ethos. This shirt is a top quality tri-blend “Canvas” shirt. Take pride in being part of the minority who use systems over superstition to gain the edge over the casino.

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Lamb T-Shirt

March 26th, 2014

Lamb Proof-BJA-small“Sometimes the Lambs Slaughter the Butcher” – Amarillo Slim We’re proud of the fact that we card counters have turned the tables on the “butchers”. This t-shirt is a top-quality tri-blend “Canvas” shirt. And with no logo, not even the casinos know who you are. Read More »

Takeaways from the World Gaming Protection Conference

March 13th, 2014

colin and ben wgpc.001Written By Ben Crawford

 

Two weekends ago Colin and I went to the World Game Protection Conference.

This is the conference for surveillance and table protection.

These are the guys who trade tips, tricks and technology to catch and destroy card counters. This was the enemy. Read More »

Feedback from our First Ever ADVANCED Bootcamp

March 6th, 2014

Card Counting Training Blackjack BootcampI wanted to share with you the feedback we received about our first ever Advanced Bootcamp.

Was it a hit or a dud?

But first, a little background. Ever since we first started putting on Blackjack Bootcamps, Ben and I have had the idea of putting on an Advanced Bootcamp. We’ve trained enough people to beat casinos that we knew there is always more to be learning, HUGE value in getting your game evaluated, and invaluable opportunities to network with other pro card counters and APs. Read More »

BJA Podcast: Ben and Colin Live from Las Vegas

March 6th, 2014

Ben and I got recorded this Podcast after our 2 Bootcamp Weekend. We discuss our bold move of attending (and me speaking) at the World Gaming Protection Conference.

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Interview with BJA Member “Joe748″

February 11th, 2014

Profile of a Card CounterWe’ve started a new monthly series for members of our Forum, where we’re highlighting a different BJA Member to hear their story. As a special treat, I wanted to share our interview with “Joe” because I enjoyed it so much. If you take the time to read it, I guarantee you will learn from his experience and be inspired by it!

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BJA Podcast – Ben and Colin Discuss the Latest Blackjack Bootcamp and the Upcoming Trainings

January 30th, 2014

Ben and I got together recently to talk about the last Blackjack Bootcamp, the special guests who shared their knowledge at the bootcamp, and why we created an Advanced Bootcamp.

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And if you’re interested in getting trained by the Pros, there are still spots available for the Feb 22nd Blackjack Bootcamp and the Feb 23rd Advanced Bootcamp!

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Are New Casinos Good for Card Counters?

January 24th, 2014

BenWell, life is good in blackjack world.

They’re building a new casino no more than 25 minutes from my house!

What does this mean?  Let’s look at an objective look at the pros and cons:

Cons:

  • Increased Crime
  • Decrease of money going back to the community Read More »