Ben narrates the end where he explains that he helped Carl to get a pension- his main concern for people stealing from the casinos and that his MIT friends turned out to be pretty good at counting cards too. We see them all in the casino wearing disguises and enjoying themselves playing the tables.
For all that, why is it not allowed to count cards?
Counting cards can (though not usually will) get you 86ed from a casino. ... It's just against the rules of the casinos. Since casinos are allowed to set their own rules the same as any other business, they can kick you out if they think you're counting cards.
Also, is Blackjack still beatable? Yes, blackjack players, card counting is alive and well. It is still the best thing going today, and you are not wasting your time learning new counting methods and strategies. Don't view the changes to the game of blackjack as obstacles. View them as challenges that will help you become a better card counter.
Despite that, why are cameras not allowed in casinos?
The number one reason is actually not security but privacy. The casino has tons of cameras on the gaming floor and hallways for security reasons, but this footage can only be used for security reasons in case of cheating, robbery or other criminal activity. Not everyone likes to be seen in a casino.
How do casinos stop card counting?
Countermeasures used to prevent card counters from profiting at blackjack include: Decreasing penetration, the number of the cards dealt before a shuffle. This reduces the advantage of card counting. Banning known counters from playing blackjack, all games, or entering casino property (trespassing).