How to Use the Blackjack Peeker

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In this video, I teach dealers how to use the blackjack peeker when checking their cards for a blackjack.


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How to Use the Blackjack Peeker

6 thoughts on “How to Use the Blackjack Peeker

  1. These things are so hard to find! And usually pretty pricey if you find them!
    Thank you for this!

  2. I'm happy you made this video for all the customers who think that I can tell them what's under there when I check for blackjack. Great dealers perspective and very informational if I didnt already know these things. Thanks again!

  3. Thanks for sharing! I always wondered what the dealer saw when they looked up my skirt (hand). =)

  4. Don't you need specific playing cards for this to work accurately? Not all cards have pips on all four corners.

  5. My "cheap" peeper only reads cards horizontally as we discussed via emails. You mentioned it would be a good idea to make a video. Thanks for doing it.
    Everything we discussed was in this video for better clarification. I guess the more expensive peepers will read aces horizontally and tens vertically. Hope to
    get a better one for my home table.

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