Thanks Bennie, you’re absolutely correct about this. When you offer the deck to be cut on a shoe game, never show the wide side of the deck to the player because this makes
it easier for the player to track marked cards or helps them with their shuffle tracking. Instead, when you offer the deck to the player, line it up in such a way that the
player can’t see the wide side of the deck, and remember to not go past the insurance line. This will increase your game protection, making you a better dealer.