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  Encyclopedia of Casino Twenty-Onestar.gifDalton, Michael. Blackjack: A Professional Reference. Subtitled, The Encyclopedia of Casino Twenty-One. (BJAPR) Spur of the Moment Publishing, Merritt Island, FL; 1990-1993, 1999. (201 pages)
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