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In the game of Blackjack, the term "shill" means someone who is playing for the house.  While this is certainly a practice not done everywhere, some casinos have been known to have employees play with what really was house money in order to make a table appear more crowded and hence perhaps more inviting for other players to play at.  Unless shills cheat, they of course do not affect the odds at blackjack.  So one could argue that the basic game odds really do not matter much if there is a shill playing at the table, or if the table is made up totally of customers.



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