Stanford Wong Blackjack
Advice for expert card counters, and also a good book for someone who is interested in learning about blackjack but not how to count cards.
Tournaments involve skill. You constantly make decisions on how much to bet and whether to deviate from basic strategy, and frequently the best decision is not obvious. The best tournament players enjoy a large edge.
by Stanford Wong
Pai gow poker uses a deck of 53 cards (joker for aces, straights, and flushes). You are dealt seven cards that you must separate into a five-card hand and a two-card hand. The only restriction is that your five-card hand must have higher poker value than your two-card hand. Pai gow poker is one-on-one, player against banker. You can be player or you can be banker; being banker is better. Explains how to set every possible seven-card hand into hands of five and two cards
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Millions of dollars are wagered on sports events each year. Most people give up a part of their bet to the house, while some "sharp" bettors actually turn a profit for themselves. Sharp Sports Betting by Stanford Wong is a revolutionary text on getting the edge over bookmakers. Much of this information has never before been seen in print.
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R. Michael "Mike" Canjar (September 9, 1953 – May 7, 2012) was a Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at University of Detroit Mercy (UDM). He started there in 1995, and served as department Chairman from 1995-2002. He was promoted to Full Professor in 2001. He previously taught at several universities, including the...
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