Temporary Casino Ban?

(B&M only), This is NOT a “method” thread so stay calm, its just a general casino question… Have you guys ever heard of being banned, temporarily? If so, under what conditions and for how long? Curious if any of you have witnessed this first hand. (No, I am not banned)

Ken

Hi, Ken. Are you on excel forum as well? Just curios. I heared Pelayos were initially temporarily banned from Madrid casino. German bald guy Kaizen Cristian was temporarely banned there. Its just an opinion, l don’t know for shure. But probably they do it while on gaming investigation, or as a countermeasure egeinst A players. Ine thing for shure, if you were temporarily banned in some casino, better go for other one.

“Are you on excel forum as well?” >>> No, whats that? The big issue HERE, its the only casino in town, many miles to the next casino so they treat us like s**t here, quite a shame.

Ken

In europe they cannot ban for any reason as people d easily believe. A casino needs an autorisation from the state so it isn’t really “private”, they are under laws also and cannot do what they want. I have a friend that plays Bj, once they tried to ban him because of the way ho plays, next day he complained to the service concerned, they printed him a paper that he showed to the casino… They had to let him enter again…

[quote=“mr j, post:3, topic:1099”]“Are you on excel forum as well?” >>> No, whats that? The big issue HERE, its the only casino in town, many miles to the next casino so they treat us like s**t here, quite a shame.

Ken[/quote]there is other guy in excel forum called Ken…

A temporary ban is one that’s typically used on the drunk and disorderly. For example, the people that are clearly too drunk to gamble. The degenerates.

A permanent ban is what’s used on the AP players.

There are different levels of casino heat and bans. In the US, here’s a quick overview.

  1. Being backed off. Heavy play countermeasures. -Not really a ban.
  2. Being drunk and disorderly. This is typically where a temporary ban may be issued. The casino will ban someone when they’re clearly to drunk to gamble and or if they’re acting belligerent. In general, it’s what they do to keep the bums under control. Some casinos may also use it to keep certain problem gambler’s in check.
  3. Shift manager comes and asks you not to play a specific game because you’re, “just too good for them, but you’re welcome to play any other game.” It sounds goofy, but it’s a line that they really use. It must come straight out of a casino management text book or something. Many card counters will tell you the same thing.- soft ban.
  4. A hard ban, where you’re officially trespassed. Depending on how much they want to keep you out of there will partially determine how many security people are there to view your face. Several may come, so that each one can get a look at you. That way there’s a greater chance you will be recognized if you attempt to re-enter the casino in the future. You may also receive a certified letter in the mail.
  5. A ban related to a felony, organized crime, etc. This type of ban is the kind that may be published on a state website. Like in Nevada. It is typically enforced by the state and carries a massive fine with it if you’re caught in a state casino. The casino may also be fined.

-Snowman

Yip exactly. Of course these days they have face recognition software so even a disguise is useless. I think I am at level 1. Counter measures and so forth. Still, they let me play even though it is obvious how the wheel speed is changed deliberately once I join a game at a specific casino. I am talking excessively slow the very fast and all in between.

Yip exactly. Of course these days they have face recognition software so even a disguise is useless. I think I am at level 1. Counter measures and so forth. Still, they let me play even though it is obvious how the wheel speed is changed deliberately once I join a game at a specific casino. I am talking excessively slow the very fast and all in between.

Actually you can defeat the face scans. They’re not nearly as good as you might think, and can be fooled. For starters, the casino is unlikely to take the time to upload your face. Contrary to popular believe, there aren’t very many people watching the cameras and running play backs. Taking the time to scan your face is relatively low priority.

If you are worried about a face scan, then try the following:

Get a hold of a digital camera that uses facial recognition software. The software on the new camera that you buy, will likely be vastly superior and more advanced than the casinos.

Using a pair of glasses, add a dark line above one lens, and then at the bottom of the opposite lens.
Try adding one vertical line below an eye, like a scar, or like a facial tatoo.
Add tape behind the near the hair or hairline, or use spirit gum or super glue to pull the skin higher. Yes, I said super glue. It works well and it’s easy to remove with acetone in fingernail polish remover.

It’s easier than you might think to fool it.

Other tricks include defeating the IR facial recognition signature by simply wearing a hat with minature IR lights under the hat that shine down on the face. In regular lighting you can’t perceive the tiny light glare, however the IR is blinded by them. If you’re caught with the hat that has the lights - remember that it’s a “therapeutic hat to reduce migraines”. :slight_smile:

;D hehehehe. Luckily I am not there yet! … mmmm or should I say unluckily…