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I explained that I preferred a small, friendly place like the Fremont where I was treated like someone special. And Monday morning it was time to send him home. The casino decided that Rocky was winning too much, and called Walker Hill to see if they knew of him. Win too much! The dealer obliged, by turning ice cold. That was fluctuation. PCs needed to sleep a few hours between shifts, but we worked our BPs relentlessly. It involved a computer, hidden in our shoes, operated by our toes.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} A team of friends and relatives got themselves barred, but one of them came up with a great idea. Our "openers" did many things to get the regular players off our target table. It took a long time, usually a couple of years to win a hundred thousand. Rocky set the record: 39 hours at the table in a hour period. But we never got the chance. Same story, same dialogue, slightly different cast. Never been in a casino in his life! No sooner had they hung up the phone, than Rocky was limited to a bet spread of , β€” , won. As the only customer, I might have been the center of attention anyway, but since I was the nefarious American card counter, I was more than that. Our BP, who had already established himself as a major sucker, would then come and request that this empty table be made a private game. Steve was pulled off the game, to confer with the Casino Manager himself. Suddenly, it was real money. With him gone, the others immediately left. In the morning, at the end of graveyard, I put in my next appearance. Steve tried not to look at me, but his eyes kept slipping sideways while he gathered up his chips to go cash out. Up to now it had been just chips. A hundred thou was work. He was plainly terrified. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I recently sent emails out to a bunch of longtime players, some professional gamblers, some writers, some known, some not, and asked them if they had any memorable stories of wins or losses they could share with Blackjack Forum readers. Short it may have been, but I was sure that Steve would take the news like a pro. Love that day shift! Far and away the best dealer in this particular casino was a large, affable, black male by the name of "Rosie. In the late s, the greatest game in the world was being dealt in Korea. She began breaking, hand after hand. But on this night things went our way. The Fremont bosses were ecstatic at their good fortune, but were mildly puzzled as to why a rich guy like myself would choose the Fremont to gamble instead of somewhere slightly nicer like Caesars Palace or the MGM. He win too much! Any amateur could win a thousand, or ten. Even though this game was very lucrative given the right conditions, there were relatively few dealers in each casino that were playable. Why not recruit some Japanese, and train them as Gorilla BPs? Though I had been calling plays for the team for over a year, it was my first time in Korea with my brother, Pro One good way to get hired for the next trip, in preference to other freelance PCs play callers , is to already be there, miles away, which saves the team airfare. I was part of a massive project involving 25 - 30 people and as many as 10 or 12 on a specific play. I contacted card counters, shuffle trackers, blackjack team players, hole-card players, old-time concealed blackjack computer players, video poker players, tournament players, sports bettors, Internet gamblers, comp and coupon hustlers, and even an admitted cheater. The majority of the time we scheduled a play, for one reason or another, we would fail to get it down. Oh, and because I was playing heads up, I would have to play three hands until someone joined me. This time, I won only 35 bets. One hundred thousand dollars. Finally, Steve and the boss returned. Thus our "game openers" had to begin the arduous task of clearing the table. Next Friday, we were back at the scene of the crime. When I started playing blackjack, winning one hundred thousand was the benchmark. Why not indeed? He had won forty-and- a-half million won. My most memorable loss was in the early 80s. Could I please go elsewhere β€” another continent, perhaps? In the winter of the blackjack team I was on was experimenting with a new technology. I had picked up another million and a half. I had just joined up with four very sharp guys who taught me to shuffle track. The Walker Hill Casino in Seoul was quite polite, and would generally not bar you until you got up from the table, but bar you they would. I left before shift change, 30 pairs of eyes glaring at my departing back. I won my money back and have managed to continue to win a few bucks in the years since then. From now on, , to , That was the end of it, I thought, until a month later a phone call informed me that a PC and BP would be arriving at the end of the week. The manager brought together every boss, and every dealer, lined them up, and had them memorize my face, pore by pore. They had shown a lot of confidence in me and I was repaying them with record setting losses. Once barred, given that everyone else in the casino was Asian, it was hard to slip back in the door and blend in. Their job was to get all the regular customers off the table then all leave close together without the pit noticing anything unusual. We played from Friday night through Sunday afternoon, because the casino was empty during the week. For shopping, and… ahem… miscellaneous? Ten minutes went by, then twenty. Tap tap! Sweat dripped clammily from three sets of brows. We spent the week in Seoul, while Steve went straight from Pusan to Japan, to visit family. One hundred thousand β€” three hundred thousand! For a Big Player whose entire casino experience was limited to his session with Darryl the night before, Steve did fairly well. Steve and I did little damage overnight, but Saturday afternoon, Darryl led him to another twenty million win. The boss was at my shoulder. Unfortunately for the Fremont, just when they were probably planning what luxuries to spend their windfall on maybe room furniture with knobs still attached or light bulbs that actually emitted light , the tide turned. To make a long story short, the project exploited dealers who shuffled in a certain way and we had every dealer in the place scouted to see if they met our requirements. While managing to keep up appearances at the Fremont, I was devastated as my losses mounted, mainly because I wanted to win for my new teammates. We also needed to play head up for very high stakes. I was no longer an honored guest of the Paradise Beach Casino. They pretty much just showed me some stuff and turned me loose. For good measure, they limited me too. The other players piling on had reaped twenty-eight million more. Still, a hundred thousand was a hundred thousand. So I explained. Malcolm, a flamboyant fixture on the blackjack scene, won his in a little over a year. We went to his office, and he was polite, but firm. Naturally, I drew more naturals than any session of my life. It was thought that the Korean bosses would never bar a Japanese player. Steve had won another twenty million won. My most memorable win was probably about 15 years ago in Atlantic City. A few examples I remember are: 1 they would make rude comments criticizing the regular players' play, then split 10s themselves and laugh if the dealer made his hand and swept the table. Once won, we knew that you never had to worry about going "lifetime stuck. If you had, you were a pro. Finally came a trip where a bad thing happened. Every few weeks, through the summer, a second PC would arrive, BP in tow. I smiled weakly, and prayed hard for a run of bad cards. As the shift progressed, the pace picked up.