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Although the basics are covered, Carlson explains how and why card counting works. Blackbelt in Blackjack, Revised by Arnold Snyder. But the strength of the book is in his astute observations of how Las Vegas compares to Atlantic City; what the casino mentality is with regard to attracting players and high rollers, including the all-powerful 'whales' the highest of high rollers , in how surveillance systems are designed to operate, how counters can be threatened, roughed up and warned never to return again. In minutes you can learn Speed Count and be able to play blackjack with an edge over the house.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Blackjack is one of the simplest--and most challenging--games for today's gambler. One of the most fascinating sections, rarely covered in any previous book in depth, is the history of the game and how it evolved, including profiles of some of the great players, some of them pioneers.. Packed with new information and tried-and-true strategies, this book gives you everything you need to know to find the winning edge--from card counting to playing at Internet casinos. From the rules of the game to advanced professional strategies, his guidance and advice runs the gamut of strategies needed to successfully beat the casino-with the odds. Other chapters cover Camouflage; Gambler's Ruin, Cheating. Snyder shows beginning and advanced players everything they need to know to beat the game of casino blackjack. Big Book of Blackjack by Arnold Snyder. He ran into cowboys and Indians, suffered the Stardust curse, and learned more about the real world of gambling than anybody should have to know. Busting Vegas by Ben Mezrich. Read a review of Sklansky Talks Blackjack. Read Full Review of 'Blackjack for Blood'. Million Dollar Blackjack by Ken Uston. Blackjack Attack, 3rd Edition by Don Schlesinger. This book, now back in print and revised,has become underground gambling classic. This cocky hotshot was the biggest high roller to appear in Sin City in decades, a mathematical genius with a system the casinos couldn't top--a system that has never been revealed until now; one that has nothing to do with card counting, wasn't illegal, and was more powerful than anything that had been tried before Read Full Review of 'Busting Vegas'. Snyder reveals tips and tricks used by the pros-shuffle tracking, team play, multiple deck camouflage techniques so that the casino can't detect that the player is using winning techniques, and much more. This is the long-awaited sequel to the author's best selling out of print classic, Turning the Tables on Las Vegas. New material on optimal betting ramps; unit sizes; SCOREs; four new risk of ruin equations; new computer simulations by Norm Wattenberger; new material on precise expectations tables; the most accurate basic strategy charts now available; and the effects of rules variations on basic strategy expectations. They range from the widely-known through sadly little-practiced method of card counting all the way to the devastating methods designed to ascertain the rank of the very next card coming out of the deck or shoe. With no guarantees of anything except a long time away, a long way from home. May be the most fascinating book written on blackjack counting teams since the days of Ken Uston who died in Written by Ben Mezrich, who gained the trust of a half-dozen MIT students occupation: blackjack counters , this work covers a four-year period when the 'team' was in its heyday to , winning big and escaping the clutches of casino management with minimum damage to self and bankrolls. The author of numerous books on gambling theory, Sklansky believes that the reason why most people don't excel at the beatable game of blackjack is because they think expert play is too hard. Learn real strategies that not only the casinos don't want you to know--the ones many of the greatest blackjack players would prefer to keep all to themselves. PDF format. Get the Edge at Blackjack by John May. Arnold Snyder is one of blackjack's legends. With a quarter century's worth of experiences in high-stakes gambling, Andersen here forges a blueprint for success in blackjack, poker and other games of life. The book includes the entire method for the Omega II system, one of the easier level-two counts to learn and use. Contains his Advanced Point Count. They are known as advantage-play methods because they give the player the advantage over the casino. This is blackjack as a martial art, targeted for serious and professional players looking to win real money at the game. Henry Tamburin's most popular book on blackjack contains three levels of playing strategies. Peppered with anecdotes and stories, the book takes you on a vicarious journey into the rarefied realm of the blackjack pro and shows you what it takes to be one. The book also contains advice on which blackjack games give you the most profit potential, the risks involved in playing blackjack, how to play without fear of getting barred, and money management discipline. Semyon Dukach was known as the Darling of Las Vegas. Covers front-loading, spooking, cheating from both sides of table. He was notorious at twenty-one, with a pwoerful system the casinos had never sen before, and a bull's-eye on his back. Thorp is considered the 'Father of Modern Blackjack Play. Snyder has been a professional player and the guru for serious players for more than 25 years. Golden Touch Blackjack Revolution! An absolute 5-star must for anyone who intends to play blackjack. Every day would be an adventure. Blackjack for Blood by Bryce Carlson. In this completely revised and updated edition of the classic guide, Jerry L. This major best-seller covers strategies for all major casino areas-Reno, Las Vegas, single and multiple decks Atlantic City, Bahamas. Mezrich must have truly blended in with this group of near-geniuses and sharpies who often communicated in code right at the tables, signaling verbally and non-verbally. This great classic has sold half-million copies since the s when it was originally published. Uston was one of the legendary card counters who traveled the world beating the casinos. A True Tale of Life, Death, and Splitting Tens in Winnemucca - When Barry Meadow decided to take two months off from his life to play blackjack in every Nevada casino, he had no idea what he would find. Sklansky Talks Blackjack by David Sklanskly. Patterson, author and gambling expert, shares winning strategies that can help you beat the odds--whether you're a beginner or seasoned pro. Bringing Down the House by Ben Mezrich. What's been added? It's a story about one man's pursuit of a new career playing the game and the elements in his life that lead him in that direction. He addresses virtually every aspect of blackjack advantage play: game selection, longevity, tipping, employee relations, guises, disguises, false identification, credit, comps, risk, heat, dress, demeanor and even diet. One of the strengths of this work is that he doesn't just tell you why you should double on certain soft totals, it SHOWS you why in simple, solid terms.