I liked this episode, good plot twists and turns. A question, though: Do people really consider card counting to be cheating? I mean, I don't question the casinos' prerogative to define cheating however they want, and, essentially to refuse service to anyone, it's their business/private property. But as for other players considering it to be cheating, we're talking about cards that are in plain view. Obviously some schemes may involve other things - like gaining access to the automatic shuffler algorithms, but without something like that involved, how is it cheating? Also, where exactly is the Bicycle Casino? Is it on an Indian Reservation? I've heard it's in "Los Angeles" but in the context I heard it, that may have meant the greater Los Angeles area, I don't really know. Btw, anyone catch Annie Duke playing the dealer? Took me a while to place her.