The Hot Shoe

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The Hot Shoe is a 2004 documentary film which also reveals the history and development of card counting.[1] Director David Layton interviewed current and former card counters, including members of the MIT Blackjack Team, casino employees and gambling authors and combined it with behind-the-scenes footage of casino surveillance rooms and the MIT team preparing to hit the tables. Layton learned how to count cards and gambled with $5,000 of the film's budget as a "case study." The film reviews the mathematical aspects of card counting and key elements for winning blackjack.

Blackjack players interviewed for The Hot Shoe include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A FREE Screening and Discussion Panel: The Hot Shoe (2004)". MIT Lecture Series Committee. Retrieved 17 June 2018.