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This section includes a selection of books that may be relevant to blackjack players and advantage play in general. This includes books on travel, comps and legal advice.

Armstrong, Richard. Get Paid to Gamble. Subtitled: The Inside Story of Casino Comps. Slot Detector Co. 1992. (62 pages)
– Very good. Recommended. This book explains how casinos “rate” players and how the average player can get the most of the casinos in the form of comps and freebies.
[6/93 Snyder Blackjack Forum 102]

Bain, Joseph and Eli Dror (Editors). Casinos: The International Casino Guide. B.D.I.T. / Odysseus Enterprises; 1989 – 1999. (432 – 566 pages)
– Very good. Recommended. General descriptions (including address and phone numbers) of most of the casinos around the world (85 countries including Cruise ship casinos). However, this book is primarily written for tourists and travel agents and not blackjack players. They do include which games are offered, the number of tables and table limits. The latest edition reviewed included more data on the Canadian casinos, cruise ship casinos and some information on the Indian reservation casinos in the U.S.A. Updated every year or so. Last issue appears to be in 1999 (6th edition).
[3/90 Snyder Blackjack Forum]
[3/91 Snyder Blackjack Forum 50]
[ AMAZON: Casinos: The International Casino Guide ]

Beasley, John. The Mathematics of Gambling. ???, 1989; (169 pages)
– Covers the games, card shuffling, dice and luck.??
[5/93 Schwartz Blackjack Confidential 30]

Bergler, Edmund. The Psychology of Gambling. Wang Pub., New York; 1957.
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Calero, Henry H. How to Read a Person Like a Book. Simon & Schuster, New York; 1971, 1973, 1975. (189 pages)
– Good intro. to the science of body language.

Caro, Mike. Mike Caro’s Book of Tells. Gambling Times, Hollywood, CA; 1984? (294 pages)
– Good. Recommended. Although primarily written for poker players, the blackjack player will find much of importance here. Caro uses 179 photos to show how unconscious moves by players can be exploited.
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star.gif (5411 bytes)Castleman, Deke. Las Vegas. Moon Publications, Inc., Chico, CA. 1993. (300 pages)
– Excellent. Highly recommended. One of the best guidebooks to Las Vegas available anywhere. At time of writing, Deke Castleman was managing editor of the Las Vegas Advisor.
[ AMAZON: Las Vegas by Deke Castleman ]

star.gif (5411 bytes)Castleman, Deke. Nevada Handbook. Moon Publications, Inc. 1989, 1991. (418 pages)
– Excellent. Highly recommended. One of the best travel guide books to Nevada. Includes 47 accurate maps to the entire state as well as survival tips, coverage of food and accommodations, history, skiing, camping, fishing, boating, etc.
[ AMAZON: Nevada Handbook by Deke Castleman ]

Clark, Thomas L. The Dictionary of Gambling & Gaming. Lexik House Publishers, New York; 1987. (263 pages)
– A good dictionary covering the entire gambling field but poor in its treatment of blackjack terminology.

star.gif (5411 bytes)Curtis, Anthony. Bargain City. Subtitled: Booking, Betting & Beating the New Las Vegas. Huntington Press, Las Vegas; 1993. (239 pages)
– Excellent. Highly Recommended. Includes practical information and advice on visiting Las Vegas. Much of this material has been taken directly from Anthony Curtis’s Las Vegas Advisor newsletter. Includes information on everything from getting low cost accommodations, comps, couponomy, entertainment and dining values, vital statistics, travel and transportation advice. Includes very good advice on the video poker, blackjack, tournaments, sports betting and the other games. Includes contributions by Peter Griffin, Stanford Wong, Joel Friedman, I. Nelson Rose and Max Rubin.
[ 6/93 Snyder Blackjack Forum 102 ]
[ Winter 94 Blackjack Review 3.1 ]
[ AMAZON: Bargain City ]

Dror, Eli. See book entry under Bain, Joseph. Casinos: The International Casino Guide.

Eadington, William (Editor). Indian Gaming and the Law. (298 pages)
– Review TBD

Erdnase, S. W. The Expert at the Card Table. Lexik House Publishers, New York; 1987. (263 pages)
– Good. Recommended. Subtitled, “A Treatise on the Science and Art of Manipulating Cards“.   The original of this classic work was first written in 1902.  E. S. Erdnase, writing under the name of S. W. Erdnase (E. S. Andrews spelled backward), published “Artifice, Ruse, and Subterfuge at the Card Table”.  This text has become a classic and was sold for many years in magic supply stores as a work on magic.   Sellers of gaffed gambling equipment sold it as a complete course in card cheating.
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[ AMAZON: The Expert at the Card Table ]

Fast, Julius. Body Language. Simon & Schuster, New York; 1970.
– Review TBD.

Fishman, Stephen. All in Against the IRS: Every Gambler’s Tax Guide. Pipsqueak Press; 2011, 2014.
– Good. Recommended.  Appears to be a good review of IRS rules and regulations as they relate to gamblers – both recreational and professional.  From the advertising: “Easy-to-read up-to-date guide explains everything gamblers need to know about taxes, including: 

  • How gambling winnings are taxed;
  • When winnings are reported to the IRS by casinos;
  • When and how much tax is withheld from gambling winnings; 
  • How to report winnings and document losses; 
  • The myths and realities of taxation of internet gambling;
  • Completing a tax return when you have gambling winnings;
  • State income taxes on gambling; and 
  • How to qualify as a professional gambler. 
The information in this book applies to all forms of gambling, including: slots, blackjack, craps, roulette, internet poker, poker tournaments, horce racing, keno, lotteries, bingo, raffles, sweepstakes, and sports betting.
[ AMAZON: All in Against the IRS: Every Gambler’s Tax Guide ]
 

Fodor's Las VegasFodor’s Las Vegas: Full Color Travel Guide, Fodor’s Travel Publications; Updated yearly. (~ 384 pages)
– Good. Recommended. Travel companion and basic survival information for Las Vegas.  Information on the resorts, casinos, restaurants, shops and shows.
[ AMAZON: Fodor’s Las Vegas ]

star.gif (5411 bytes)Garcia, Frank. Marked Cards and Loaded Dice. Prentice Hall, New York; 1962. (274 pages)
– Excellent. Highly recommended. An expos’e of dozens of card and dice cheating methods. Includes over 100 photographs and a chapter devoted to blackjack. If you ignore the general section on “systems” this is an excellent introduction to card cheating methods. This book first came out before Thorp’s book but Garcia mentions his ideas.
[ AMAZON: Marked Cards and Loaded Dice by Frank Garcia ]

star.gif (5411 bytes)BeatWebCasinosHaywood, Bill. BeatWebCasinos.com: The Shrewd Player’s Guide to Internet Gambling. RGE Publishing; 2000. (195 pages)
Excellent. Highly recommended. Published in 2000, this was the first book that described how to beat the Internet casinos at their own game.  It is not a get-rich-quick book;  it is a book about making an otherwise expensive hobby lucrative.  Players who profit from web casinos do so by exploiting promotions.  Says Haywood, “You don’t beat their games, you beat their marketing departments.”  Haywood — a professor at Rutgers University and a former journalist — details the methods he used over a two year period to average $100 per hour profit, by exploiting Web casinos offers in his spare time.
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Kuriscak, Steve. Casino Talk: A Rap Sheet for Dealers and Players. Screenwriters Guild; 1985. (114 pages)
– Simple dictionary describing casino terminology.

Kuriscak, Steve. Casino Talk: The Complete Guide to the Secret Language of Dealers and Winners. Longmeadow Press, Stamford, CT; 1993. (90 pages)
– Good. Recommended. Subtitled: “With official rules for Blackjack, Baccarat, Roulette, and Craps!” An interesting and useful handbook of casino terminology.

star.gif (5411 bytes)Livingston, A. D. Dealing With Cheats. Subtitled: Illustrated Methods of Cardsharps, Dice Hustlers and Other Gambling Swindlers. J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadephia and New York; 1973. (320 pages)
– Excellent. Highly recommended. A summary of the tools of the cardsharper, dice hustler and cheat. Includes a blackjack section (9 pages) with a number of cheating techniques such as the Kentucky step-up, low-high-low stack, underpaying, overpaying, anchorman, short deck, long deck, burning the aces, the turnover, insurance ploys and tipping the hand. Must reading!
[ AMAZON: Dealing with Cheats: Illustrated Methods of Cardsharps… ]

Lorayne, Harry and Jerry Lucas. The Memory Book. Ballantine Books-Random House, New York; 1975. (206 pages)
– Good. Recommended. This book may help you overcome your memory problems when it comes to remembering strategy variations and keeping the count.

Ma, Jeffrey. The House Advantage: Playing the Odds to Win Big in Business. St. Martin’s Press; 2010, 2012. (272 pages)
– Review TBD. Foreword by Ben Mezrich. This book is partly about Jeffrey Ma’s time on the 1994 MIT Blackjack Team. From the advertising: “The House Advantage reveals Ma’s cutting-edge mathematical insights into the world of statistics and makes them applicable to a wide business audience.” 
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[ AMAZON: The House Advantage: Playing the Odds to Win Big in Business by Jeffrey Ma ]

MacInaugh, Edmond A. Disguise Techniques. Paladin Press; 1984, Citadel Press, Secaucus, NJ; 1988. (82 pages)
– Review TBD

Marlo, Edward. The Faro Shuffle. Alternate title: Revolutionary Card Techniques. Magic, Inc., Chicago; 1958, 1972. (36 pages)
– Card tricks, faro shuffle, card sharping.

star.gif (5411 bytes)Gambling WizardsMunchkin, Richard W. Gambling Wizards: Conversations with the World’s Greatest Gamblers. Huntington Press. 2003. (306 pages)
– Excellent. Highly recommended. Get into the minds of the greatest gamblers of all time. Read in-depth interviews with eight masters of the games. Learn how they think, how they play, and what made them successful.  The interview subjects include: Billy Walters (sports betting), Chip Reese (poker), Doyle Brunson (poker), Mike Svobodny (backgammon), Stan Tomchin (backgammon and sports betting), Cathy Hulbert (blackjack and poker), Alan Woods (blackjack and horse racing), and Tommy Hyland (blackjack).
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[ AMAZON: Gambling Wizards: Conversations with the World’s Greatest Gamblers ]

star.gif (5411 bytes)Beat the PlayersNersesian, Bob (Robert). Beat the Players: Casinos, Cops and the Game Inside the Game. Pi Yee Press; 2006. (320 pages) Excellent. Highly recommended.  This book should be read by everyone who sets foot in a casino: average casino patrons, skilled players, casino employees, and anyone else. It should be required reading for police officers, regulators, other public officials, and attorneys who may represent any of the aforementioned. Bob Nersesian is an attorney who represents victims of casino wrongdoing against patrons. In an enjoyable writing style, he takes a look at the often too-cozy relationship between casinos, police, and regulators. He discusses specific cases and dispenses sound, practical advice that all patrons, casinos and public officials would be wise to heed. Cases discussed include Nevada and other jurisdictions.
Chapters include: Your Money or Your Liberty; Scary Cop Statements; They’ll Take Your Liberty Anyway; Gaming Agents Speak; The Take of the State; Rules for Casino Patrons; Gambling at the Legal Limits; Cops Hate Card Counters; Griffin Investigations; Casinos Cheat With Impunity; A Judicial and Government Overlay; Finding a Nickel Brings Trouble; Names and Aliases; The Security Office and Surveillance Functions, and Casinos and Cops.  Appendices include Nevada Cheating and Detention Laws with Commentary; Other Nevada Gaming Laws of Interest; Gaming Cases of Interest, and Nevada Gaming Regulations with Commentary.
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[ AMAZON: Beat the Players ]

star.gif (5411 bytes)The Law For GamblersNersesian, Robert (Bob). The Law for Gamblers: A Legal Guide to the Casino Environment. Huntington Press; 2016. (247 pages) Excellent. Highly recommended.  Bob Nersesian is a 2013 member of the Blackjack Hall of Fame and is a Las Vegas lawyer who specializes in lawsuits by players against casinos.. The write-up says, “The Law for Gamblers brings together decades of experience from the world’s pre-eminent gambler’s advocate, providing perspective gleaned from defending hundreds of casino-related criminal cases. With detailed discussions of subjects that include gambler taxation, the use of aliases, Indian gaming rules, and casino credit, and even hiring an attorney when necessary, The Law for Gamblers provides anyone who sets foot in a casino easy access to understanding their rights. Additionally, the collection of case law and statutory points of view within is unparalleled in the rapidly expanding area of gaming law.”  I agree! Contents include 1) A brief history of American gaming Law, 2) Is it cheating or advantage play, 3) The right to play, 4) Practicalities of game protection and heat, 5) Is it your money?, 6) Gaming debts and the anatomy of a patron dispute, 7) Casino credit, 8) Indian gaming: OMG, WTF, 9) Use of aliases, 10) Taxation for gamblers, 11) Hiring an attorney, 12) Suing casinos and casino security, and 13) Internet gambling and other wire crimes.
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[ AMAZON: The Law for Gamblers: A Legal Guide to the Casino Environment]

Nitchie, Edward B. Lip Reading Made Easy. Loompanics Unlimited, Port Townsend, WA; 1902, 1985. (134 pages)
– Good. Recommended. Originally written in 1902, this illustrated guide is the classic study on how to read lips. Nitchie wrote this book as an aid to those “hard of hearing” but serious blackjack players will find other uses for this talent. Loompanics also publishes a catalog with over 500 of the most controversial and unusual books ever printed.
[9/91 Snyder Blackjack Forum 50]

star.gif (5411 bytes)Ortiz, Darwin. Gambling Scams. Lyle Stuart (Carol Publishing), New York; 1990. (262 pages)- Excellent. Highly recommended. Discusses a number of forms of cheating methods in all sorts of gambling games and situations.
[9/84 Case Blackjack Forum 5]
[ AMAZON: Gambling Scams by Darwin Ortiz ]

Pease, Allan. Signals – How to Use Body Language for Power, Success and Love. Bantam Books, New York; 1981, 1987. (229 pages)
– Good. Recommended. A good introduction to the science of body language. First published in Australia in 1981 under the title Body Language: How to Read Others’ Thoughts by Their Gestures.

Radner, Sidney H. How to Spot Card Sharps and Their Methods. Key Publishing Co., New York; 1957.
– Review TBD.

Reid, Barry. I.D. by Mail. Eden Press, Fountain Valley, CA; 1989. (48 pages)
– Where and how to get false I.D.’s and privately-issued identification cards and documents. This book provides the companies’ names and addresses for numerous products with photos and descriptions.
[12/89 Snyder Blackjack Forum 11]

Reid, Barry. The Paper Trip I. Eden Press, Fountain Valley, CA; 1971, 1984, 1987. (82 pages)
– A how to guide on false I.D.’s, fictitious names, etc.
[12/88 Snyder Fake I.D.-A Consumer’s Guide BJF 11]

Reid, Barry. The Paper Trip II. Eden Press, Fountain Valley, CA; 1977, 1987. (78 pages)
– The companion guide to the above book that breaks down by state exactly where to write for vital records.
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Reid, Barry. The Paper Trip III. Eden Press; 1998. (158 pages)
– Sequel to Reids other two reports. A guide on using fake IDs, the legal issues, resources, types of ID, and how to obtain them.
[ Dec 98 Snyder Blackjack Forum 111 ]

Renneisen, Robert. How to be Treated Like a High Roller (Even Though You’re Not One). Lyle Stuart; 1992. (109 pages)
– A book on comps written by the president of the Claridge Casino in Atlantic City. Introduction is by John Patrick.
[9/93 Snyder Blackjack Forum 98]

Rowntree, Derek. Probability Without Tears. Subtitled: A Primer for Non-Mathematicians. ???, 1984; (169 pages)
– Simple probabilities, combined probabilities, combinations and permutations and probability by combinations.

star.gif (5411 bytes)ProfINelsonRose.jpg (8084 bytes)Rose, I. Nelson. Gambling and the Law. Gambling Times Inc. (Distributed by Lyle Stuart), Hollywood, CA; 1986. (304 pages)
– Excellent. Highly recommended. The best legal resource for gamblers and card counters currently in print. Includes chapters on federal income tax law, gambling debts, and the regulation of card counters. Includes case histories of barred card counters including Ken Uston and Mark Estes. Some of the material in this book has been printed, at one time or another, in Rose’s Gambling and the Law column in various gaming magazines including Gambling Times.
[9/86 Snyder Blackjack Forum 50]
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[ AMAZON: Gambling and the Law ]

star.gif (5411 bytes) Comp CityRubin, Max. Comp City: A Guide To Free Las Vegas Vacations. Comp City: A Guide to Free Casino Vacations, Second Edition; 2001. (268pages)
– Excellent. Highly recommended. The long awaited book about comps by “comp wizard” Max Rubin who takes you on an journey through the secretive world of casino comping systems and introduces you to the art of comp wizardry.  His system, ACES (Advanced Comp Equivalency Strategy), enables you to walk into any Las Vegas casino armed with the most powerful gambling-vacation tool ever devised.  You’ll beat them on the tables, beat them at the slots, and beat them to the punch every time you play.  Whether you are a high roller or playing nickels you will find this book invaluable. Highly recommended for all players and a must read for serious blackjack players looking for the additional edge in the game that come from comps.
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[ AMAZON: Comp City: A Guide to Free Casino Vacations ]

Sample, John. Methods of Disguise. Loompanics Unltd.; 1984. (138 pages)
– Discusses physical disguise techniques, wigs, facial hair, makeup, hats, clothing, glasses, props, etc.
[3/87 Snyder Blackjack Forum 49]

Sawyer & Collins. Nevada Gaming Law.; 1991. (384 pages)
– Written by a Nevada law firm. Discusses several topics related to Nevada gaming law including regulatory agencies, licensing, gaming devices, gambling debts, disputes, excluded persons, card counters, taxes, crimes, etc.
[3/93 Snyder Blackjack Forum 62]

Schwartz, David G. Tales From the Pits: Casino Table Games Managers in Their Own Words. UNLV Gaming Press.; 2016. (300 pages)
– Very good. Recommended. Edited and with an introduction by David G. Schwartz. From the advertising: “Dealing in a casino presents challenges and rewards not seen in many workplaces. With hundreds of thousands of dollars at stake every minute, table games pits are high-stress workplaces. Managing a workforce of dealers and attending to the needs of players brings stresses of its own. In 2015, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas’s Center for Gaming Research received a grant from the UNLV University Libraries Advisory Board that enabled it to undertake an oral history project intended to capture the stories of table games managers, including both those currently working in the field and those who have retired. Drawn from these interviews, Tales from the Pit provides an overview of how the interviewees felt about a variety of topics, ranging from their experiences breaking in as new dealers to their transitions to management and the changes the industry has seen over their careers. The current and former managers speak candidly about the owners, bosses, dealers, and players who made each day challenging. This book illuminates the past several decades of casino history through the words of those who lived and made it.”  Time to think like a dealer and get inside the minds of casino personnel.
[ AMAZON: Tales from the Pit: Casino Table Games Managers in Their Own Words ]
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star.gif (5411 bytes)The Frugal GamblerScott, Jean. The Frugal Gambler. Huntington Press; 1990, 2005. (262 pages) – Very good. Highly recommended. The best low roller guide on casino comps.  Scott is an expert at milking casino comp programs, slot clubs, and coupon books.  Jean Scott is the country’s most renowned low roller. She stays at hotel-casinos up to 120 nights a year and never has to pay for a room or a meal. She gets shows, manicures, massages, clothes, jewelry, even gifts for her grandchildren–all free. How does she do it? She works the comp and slot club systems. She participates in casino promotions and drawings. She uses coupons. She’s an expert at video poker. In short, she plays all the right games.  In these pages, Jean Scott discloses the secrets of her low-roller success. After reading The Frugal Gambler, you too can employ these money-saving and vacation enhancing strategies in casinos throughout America.
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[ AMAZON: The Frugal Gambler ]

star.gif (5411 bytes)More Frugal GamblingScott, Jean. More Frugal Gambling. Huntington Press; 1990, 2005. (262 pages) – Very good. Highly recommended. It’s been nearly six years since Jean Scott took the gambling world by storm with the release of The Frugal Gambler (see above). Now she’s back with a veritable truckload of new frugal advice for recreational and low-rolling gamblers who want to make their money stretch and the fun last longer.   Jean covers all the hot spots of enlightened casino play, including the ins and outs of slot clubs, bounce-back, and comps; finding and participating in promotions and tournaments; developing hosts; using coupons; and the A to Zs of playing video poker. Special sections from Jean’s daughter, Angela, provide tips for beginners and low rollers.   Best of all, More Frugal Gambling is written in the same accessible style that has made the “Gambling Grandma” the favorite of tens of thousands of loyal readers over the years.|Jean Scott, Comps, RFB, Queen of Comps, bounce-back cash, slot clubs, bonus points, bonus mailers, coupons, player rewards, video poker, rebates, discounts, offers, freebies, giveaways, promotions.
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[ AMAZON: More Frugal Gambling ]

Scott, Jean and Marissa Chien. Tax Help for Gamblers: Poker and Other Casino Games. Huntington Press / Amazon Digital Services; 2015.
– Review TBD. From the advertising: “Current legality issues for online gambling, including legal state-approved Internet-based casinos. How to deal with wins from fantasy sports. A new court ruling allowing professional gamblers to deduct business expenses in excess of wins. A new procedure for obtaining tax documents (W-2Gs, 1099s, etc.) online. The imposing of stricter rules on casinos for tracking the source of gamblers’ funds. The ramifications of increased pressure on offshore financial institutions to reveal records of U.S. citizens. Numerous changes in state income-tax laws and reporting requirements (completely updated listings). Examples of Federal 2014 tax forms. Discussion of recent court cases that support the “session” method of reporting gambling income.”  I have not read this book yet, however, it is published by  Huntington Press (who I respect) and Jean Scott is well known for her excellent Frugal Gambling books.  I expect to recommend this book.
[ AMAZON: Tax Help For Gamblers by Jean Scott ]

Thackery, Ted Jr. Gambling Secrets of Nick the Greek. Rand McNally and Co., Chicago, NY, San Francisco; 1968.
– Review TBD. A profile of Nicholas Andrea Dandolos, also known as Nick the Greek, and the games he played. Includes sections on Craps, Blackjack, Faro, Shimmy, Roulette, Poker, Horses and side action games. Good history and color. Includes an introduction by Groucho Marx.

Tyminski, Walter. Rouge et Noir on Comps and Junkets. Rouge et Noir News, 1983. (92 pages)
– Review TBD. Arnold Snyder gave this report an excellent rating and recommended it highly to anyone interested in this subject.
[6/83 Snyder Blackjack Forum 3]

Vaughan, Bruce L. Body Talk – Understanding the Secret Language of the Body. Argus Communications, Allen, TX, 1982. (156 pages)
– Good. Recommended. A good introduction to the science of body language.
[ AMAZON: Body Talk by Bruce Vaughan ]

BOOKS WITH NO AUTHOR MENTIONED

___________. The Eden Directory of Private Mail Drops. Eden Press, Fountain Valley, CA; (120 pages)
– A directory with more than 2400 services in more than 500 cities that will receive mail for you under any name (or names). They will also forward mail, receive phone messages, FAX messages, UPS parcels, telegrams, etc.
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___________. The Eden Guide to Complete Financial Privacy. Eden Press, Fountain Valley, CA; (200 pages)
– This book explains how to set up foreign bank accounts legally and legal methods to hide assets.
[93 Snyder RGE Catalog 1993]

___________. The Criminal Use of False Identification. Subtitled: The Report of the Federal Advisory Committee on False Identification. United States Dept. of Justice. Published by Loompanics, Port Townsend, WA; Nov. 1976. (198 pages)
– This is an abridged version of the government book of the same name. A summary report on the nature, scope, and impact of false ID use in the United States with recommendations to combat the problem.
[93 Snyder RGE Catalog 1993]

__________. The Smart Gambler’s Guide to Europe. Gilroy, CA. (156 pages)
– Advertised in Casino Player, this full color hardback book promises to answer your questions about gambling and games of chance in Europe.

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