Blackjack strategy Books
by Lance Humble
An excellent book for those moving up from beginner status, offers the effective Hi-Opt I betting system, tips on picking the right dealers, which is not only a very good counting system but is also a jumping off point for more advanced counts such as the Hi-Opt II. The book also details ways to detect cheating.at Amazon
Gambling Teachers Ebook
by Gayle Mitchell
Learn to Win Guide: 77 Lessons by 7 Top Experts. 10 Program Chapters: 1) Poker-7 Games. 2) Blackjack. 3) Craps 4) Video Poker 5) Slots 6) Bingo & Keno. 7) Roulette. 8) Other Games: Baccarat & European Games. 9) Sports Betting and 10) Gambling Strategies-Tips from the GT team. Chapters 11) Online Gambling and 12) Gambling Teachers Blog, Lesson 77 completes the Guide. PDF format.at GamblingTeachers.com
Beat the Dealer: A Winning Strategy for the Game of Twenty-One
by Edward Thorp
This great classic has sold half-million copies since the 1960s when it was originally published. Thorp is considered the 'Father of Modern Blackjack Play.' His theories helped develop a count system that revolutionized the way players and casinos look at the game. An absolute 5-star must for anyone who intends to play blackjack.
Big Book of Blackjack
by Arnold SnyderSnyder shows beginning and advanced players everything they need to know to beat the game of casino blackjack. 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. Snyder has been a professional player and the guru for serious players for more than 25 years. 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..
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Blackbelt in Blackjack, RevisedArnold Snyder is one of blackjack's legends. This book, now back in print and revised, has become underground gambling classic. This is blackjack as a martial art, targeted for serious and professional players looking to win real money at the game. 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. 21 powerful chapters include a complete course on beating blackjack: the devastating red 7 count, the hi-lo count, the zen count, the true count, and so much more.
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Blackjack Attack, 3rd Edition
by Don Schlesinger
With more than 100 new pages (the last edition was published in 2000), Schlesinger's work moves to the top of the 'best-bet/must-read' list for serious players. What's been added? 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.
There are 14 chapters in this marvelous work, including Back-Counting the Shoe Game; Betting Techniques and Win Rates; Evaluating the New Rules and Bonuses; Camouflage; Risk of Ruin; Team Play. In three appendices, the author has Complete Basic Strategy EVs for the 1-2-4-6-8; Basic Strategy Charts for the 1-2 and Multi-Deck Games and the Effects of Rules Variations on Basic Strategy Expectations.Read Full Review of 'Blackjack Attack, 3rd Edition'
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