I apologize if this was mentioned before, I have not see it. I just got back from the Beau Rivage and at one of the 4 blackjack tables at which I sat had a computer system to keep track of players, time in, time out, buy in and cash out. They swipe your players card, enter your buy in and press your seat number. The dealers theyselves also have to swipe their cards when they swap for breaks and shifts. Apparently it is fairly new as the dealers didn't seem to know how to complete some of the functions. At one point I was sitting at 3rd base and mentioned I was not a good 3rd baseman, the guy next to me said he preferred 3rd base so we swapped seats. The dealer had to call over the pit boss to figure out how to change out seats in the system. She had to reswipe our cards. I am not sure how I feel about it. On one hand it is probably fairly accurate (time will tell) but on the other hand some times the pit boss will cut you some slack if you have any sort of relationship. Has anyone had experience with these systems and what are your takes on this new version of tracking?