Nevada casinos are on the lookout for an iPhone card-counting application that allows users to punch in cards in play to make predicting game outcomes easier. Although the application makers warn users that it is illegal to make use of the card-counting tool in casinos, there is a ‘stealth’ mode that blanks the screen to make detection more difficult.
There are several card-counting applications on the market. One of them, Bacon Bear Productions, warns, "This app is for entertainment purposes only. Counting in casinos may be hazardous to your health."
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