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New iPhone app can either make you rich or put you in jail.


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#1 Grinler

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 03:48 PM

Howard Stutz of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that a new iPhone app can make it easy to count cards when playing blackjack. He also states that doing this could put a lot of people in deep trouble with the law."Card counting is not illegal in Nevada casinos. However, using a device to aid in the counting of cards is considered a felony under Nevada laws governing cheating, control board member Randy Sayre said."

This program is available for the Apple iPhone or the iPhone touch and can operate in stealth mode. This mode will blank the screen allowing users to use the program while sitting at tables, as long as they know where the buttons are normally located. For anyone who may be thinking about using this program, remember it is a felony and that the casinos have been made aware of this program.



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