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For Keith Taft, a self-taught computer engineer now living in Sunnyvale, Calif. Picture cards count as 10 points, he was told. Then temptation struck. Gambling was not on the agenda. Not above such low tactics as plying high rollers with free booze to ensure that "luck" prevails, the casinos appear to be in a no-win contest with public opinion. Simple enough, Taft thought, and with heart racing he sat down at one of the kidney-shaped tables and took the lucky-buck plunge. His beard was sprayed gray, and he was wearing a matching wig, "Coke bottle" glasses and a staid business suit with a Shriner's pin in the lapel, the better to pass himself off as Dr. The player then has the option to stand pat or "take a hit," that is, draw one or more additional cards. Uston and his like seem to us to have justice on their side," said The New York Times in one typical editorial reaction. David, as in David vs. And second, it directed that dealers could only be changed at the end of their hour-long shifts, thus preventing the practice of arbitrarily switching dealers as a pretext for shuffling.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Both play black jack but the former is a deceptive force, undetected, unknown; the latter is onstage, in costume and going for the elbow to the ribs. The American Civil Liberties Union has gotten involved. The extent to which they have succeeded is evidenced by their freedom-now reveries. There is no luck involved. That was 10 years ago. And suddenly it hit me. That was in As the mastermind of his own team of counters, "Mr. He would rather split 5s than reveal that he is 45, a disclosure he feels might somehow detract from "my basically hedonistic lifestyle. Last year, responding to charges that Uston was barred by the casinos solely because he "did not lose his money quite as fast as most people," a federal court in Las Vegas dismissed two of his suits on the grounds that the state of Nevada is not obligated to force casinos to allow card counters to play. First, the commission decreed that the dealers had to deal a minimum of two-thirds of the way into the "shoe," a dealing device that holds two or more decks, before shuffling. Keith Taft is 45, a self-described rube who was raised in the remote wilds of Cut Bank, Mont. In turn, the computer, whirling through , calculations a second, "told" Taft the best possible play by means of a tapping device built into the instep of his left shoe. Staunch family man, low-key, straight-arrow all the way. To begin, the dealer and the players receive two cards apiece. Because a counter's knowledge of the deck, and hence his potential advantage, increases in proportion to the number of cards that are played, many dealers shuffle at the slightest hint that there is a pro in their midst, sometimes after every hand. Last January, after his daily half-hour session of Bible reading and prayer, Taft was back at the blackjack tables in Reno. And on the third hand鈥攂lackjack! Of a Sunday, Taft, his wife Dorothy and their four children are more accustomed to performing religious music in hospitals and old-folks homes, and for them Reno was strictly a look-but-don't-touch tour. If you are evicted and return, I will have you arrested for trespassing. In response to the dealer's mocking glare, Taft meekly pleaded, "My friend David told me that splitting was a good play. It was in truth profound, for not only did Taft know the exact number and values of the cards remaining in the deck, he knew that the odds dictated that the dealer was all but predestined to lose. In this instance, responding with a series of short and long taps similar to the dots and dashes of the Morse code, David directed him to: taaap-tap quadruple his bet and taaap-taaap-taaap split and tap hit and taaap stand. Thirteen days later, at p. Trouble is, most every blackjack player counts cards to some extent. Admittedly in a bind, casino executives are divided in their opinion of system players. The one common trait that ultimately drew them together is a burning urge to escape the shackles of the corporate world. Hey, this is just like Mission: Impossible. If the player draws an ace and a value card on the first two cards dealt, that is a "natural," or blackjack, and it pays 3 for 2. Declaring "I'm on a crusade! Of course, he reasoned, the casinos would never permit him to plunk a portable computer down on their blackjack tables. God forbid! It is in the nature of the game, and many casino officials fear that the publicity about the dragnet for card-counting sharks will scare off the plump little fish who are the staple of the industry. Then there is Ken Uston. But as I crossed the bridge that afternoon, I got to thinking about where I'd been and where I was going. But the hook was set. But what if? Six guys plotting to outwit the Vegas biggies at their own game. But that is dully time-consuming, reduces the desired number of hands an hour by half or more, annoys other customers and violates what one dealer calls the first commandment of the pits: "Thou shalt not prolong the natural transfer of cash from the player to the house. Their legal out is a suitably fuzzy piece of legislation called Nevada Revised Statute In part, it states that casinos "have a duty to keep from their premises persons known to them to be inimical to the interests of the State of Nevada or of licensed gambling or both. At the time he was a senior vice-president of the Pacific Stock Exchange, and bored鈥攕o bored that he traversed the bridge each lunch hour to practice playing blackjack in a run-down bungalow with a team of "counters," professional gamblers who employ a card-counting system that attempts to do mentally what Taft's computer does electronically. As uneasy as a nun peeking into a pool hall, he cased the casino and then, succumbing to the come-on, ventured inside. Sweeping as it was, the ban was only the latest stopgap attempt by legalized gambling to ward off a threat that one Las Vegas casino operator says is "by far the most serious problem facing the industry today. Regardless, the fast shuffle is so prevalent that the New Jersey Casino Control Commission imposed a pair of new rulings on Jan. Though he felt like a "complete turkey," he was fascinated by the glitter and heavy action, particularly at the tables offering a beguiling little game called blackjack, or Unfamiliar with the rules, he asked a bystander to please explain. The object is to achieve a total of 21 points鈥攖he perfect hand鈥攐r come closer to that sum than the dealer does. Only this time he was a shark in turkey's guise. On the contrary, for years the gaming Establishment welcomed the practice as the opiate of the eternally gullible. He was only telling the truth. This could be my chance to bust out of my Brooks Brothers monkey suit! On the afternoon in question, Uston recalls, "I'd just had a bad morning with the board of governors, done my usual sycophant number and was feeling down. If either the player or the dealer exceeds 21, he "busts," or loses. Ken Uston first got that special feeling for the game of blackjack one glimmering afternoon while tooling his MG across the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}If life is a game of chance, then Keith Taft is an ace in the hole and Ken Uston is the joker. John Wasserman, a vacationing psychiatrist from Phoenix. Most often, like schoolboys mooning over their first kiss, both men are given to vividly recalling the tingling moment when they were first smitten by Dame Fortune. Blackjack" was playing it low profile. Says Casino, "The gambling business should recognize that card counting has created more blackjack players and increased profits all out of proportion. The one thing about a system player, the old casino saying goes, is that he will lose his money systematically. In all, what Uston calls the Tuesday Night Massacre resulted in the barring of 22 suspected counters. On the five-hour drive home, his mind juggling equations like a UNIVAC in overdrive, Taft speculated that by keeping track of all the cards that were dealt, he might be able to devise a mathematical system that would tip the odds in his favor. Upon leaving an exhibit of antique cars, Taft was given a "lucky buck" token that was good for a dollar's worth of play at Harrah's Club. But when counters are allowed to play, it becomes a game of skill. Like his Nevada counterparts, Steve Norton, a Resorts vice-president, argues that the "law says that the casinos shall include games of chance. Not in the Nevada casinos. Consider the contrasts. True to the law of probabilities鈥攁nd Taft's adage that "one tap is worth a thousand words"鈥攖he dealer, drawing to a 13, pulled a 10 and busted. Or more precisely, new profile. The Dunes and Sands have settled out of court, and the other cases are pending. By that measure, even the casinos' most common defense against counters鈥攕huffling early, or "breaking the deck"鈥攈as its shortcomings. Now that the axiom has broken down, the casinos are crying "Foul! The few players who are of any effect take away very little, but the casinos' greed to get it all may endanger the whole bonanza. On the first deal he drew a pair of 10s and won. Aces are either one or All other cards are counted at face value. And a counter's defense fund and national association are being formed to fight on a united front. If you refrain from gambling at any blackjack table, you are welcome to participate in any other game offered by the casino. At the cashier's cage he was stopped by six casino heavies, one of whom produced a piece of paper from which he read in an icy monotone:. He is a deeply religious Baptist, a director of church choirs and partakes not of the cursed weed or demon drink. There is nothing illegal about playing a system in blackjack or in any other casino game. It was no idle diversion; after weeks of intense practice, Uston planned to join the team for a full-scale assault on the Eldorado of gambling, Las Vegas. As Uston is the first to point out, "For every one of me, there are probably 99 counters who lose money. If you attempt to gamble at a blackjack table, you will be considered a disorderly person and evicted from the casino. The issue is wide open. All along, by using his big toes to manipulate a pair of switches that were connected to the computer by copper wires running down the insides of his pants legs, he had been "inputting" the value of each card as it was dealt. On the second hand the dealer busted, and he pocketed another dollar.