Anyway, I was killing some time earlier this afternoon. My general M.O. is I'll play $100, and either double up or lose it all. There's been this guy the last couple times I've gone - taller, skinny Asian guy, wearing a fanny pack (facing the front). He sits down, and probably has around $3,000 in purple ($500 chips) and some smaller chips. Trades in a purple for all green ($25), and a black ($100) for all red ($5). He then proceeds to play $30 hands, with occasional jumps to $330, and drops to $10. Anyway, very obviously a counter, and I'm surprised he hasn't been asked to leave as he's getting into “real” money amounts for the casino.
I’m also surprised he doesn’t camouflage his play at all - but he’s very bad at concealing his counting. When he’s making his large bet, you can tell he’s nervous - his breathing becomes heavy, he stares intently, etc. When he wings one of these, he does a “yes!” with a small fist pump.
Anyway, just a bit strange . . .