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    The Line Shade Juice Deck for Gin allows you to gain very valuable amount of information about your opponent’s hand. With the Line Shade Juice Deck, you will know if he or she has valuable connector cards to make melds. The Line Shade Juice for Gin, allows you to see which connector cards your player has in his or her hand as well as the top card on the stock pile.

    You will use this information when choosing to discard or pluck certain cards as opposed to others. Knowing what connector cards your opponent holds and when he plucks certain cards as what he keeps is an advantage he will never be able to overcome. When your opponent keeps searching for a card to make three-of-a-kind and you have one of the two cards he needs this is a tremendous advantage that cannot be beaten consistently even by a good Gin player. This is a huge advantage in any variation of Gin. 

    In the classic style, not all the cards are marked. You use the Creaker Deck to gain an advantage not to beat your opponent over the head. If you know how to play Gin the Creaker Deck will give you an insurmountable advantage.

    A premium-quality playing card. Bee® brand playing cards are preferred by casinos and industry professionals alike. Considered more durable than the average paper playing card, Bee® brand playing cards can maintain their shape and feel for a longer amount of time, providing increased play and use.

    The United States Playing Card Company is the leader in the production and distribution of premier brands of playing cards, including BEE®, BICYCLE®, AVIATOR®, HOYLE®, KEM® and CONGRESS® playing cards. BICYCLE® cards have been the bestselling playing card brand in the world for more than 130 years. Founded in 1867, the company manufactures, markets and distributes traditional playing cards, card games, children’s card games, and card accessories. BEE®, BICYCLE®, AVIATOR® and HOYLE® are registered trademarks of The United States Playing Card Company.

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    • To date, this is the most comprehensive book written on Poker Protection. The chapters include:
      Chapter 1 – A Short History
      Games and Rules
    • Cheating in the CardroomsThe Industry EvolvesChapter 2 -The Cheaters’ World
    • Definition
      Cheaters – Who Are They?
    • The Elements of a Scam
    • SuckersChapter 3 -Collusion
    • Financial Independence
    • Strategic IndependenceChapter 4 -False Shuffle Scams
    • Automatic Shufflers
      Casino False Shuffles
    • Nullifying the Cut
    • Shuffle Scams4
    • Private Game False Shuffles
    • Nullifying the Cut
      Private Game Shuffle Scams
      Chapter 5 – Holding Out
      Casino Game Scenarios
    • Private Game Scenarios
    • Mechanical Holdout Devices
    • Holding Out and Inside CollusionChapter 6 – Peeks, False Deals, Coolers, and More
    • Peeks
    • Flashing
    • False Deals
    • Tells for False Deals
    • Shiners
    • Coolers
    • Partnership Switching and Capping ScamsChapter 7 – Marked Cards
    • A Short History
    • The Work – Inside Systems
    • Outside Systems
    • Defects, Unusual Systems, and Counterfeits
    • Tests for DetectionChapter 8 – Other Forms of Poker
    • Tournaments
    • On-Line Poker
    • Game Protection ConcernsChapter 9 – Protection/Detection
    • Casino Game’s Line of Defense
    • Poker Procedures
    • Detection Skills
    • Private GameChapter 10 – Final Thoughts
    • Perspective
    • Game Protection Training
    • Final WordsBibliography
    • Glossary
    • Index