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This is Michael Dalton’s blackjack and card counting site. Home of Dalton’s free online edition of the Encyclopedia of Casino Twenty-One the most comprehensive resource available anywhere for blackjack information, card counting strategies and history of the game. 

  • How Casinos can be Sure a Person is Counting?
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    October 2, 2017 Dear Friends and Business Associates, I will be attending this year’s G2E tomorrow, October 3rd, and Wednesday October 4th.  Since I am on the Board of Directors, I will be “hanging out” primarily at the Galaxy Gaming booth 4208.  The convention area is like a small city... Read more »
  • Game Protection and Card Counter Detection
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    From Bill Zender and Associates Bill Zender Newsletter September 6, 2017 I cannot believe the number of “winning” player evaluations I have conducted this summer.  Most of them concerned higher limit blackjack players, but I still had a couple higher limit baccarat players, and one Pai Gow tiles evaluation.  Usually the evaluations... Read more »
  • Understanding Blackjack Bet Spread Requirements
    From Bill Zender’s email discussing his upcoming activities and events which include some interesting comments on the state of advantage play. August 2, 2017 Dear Friends and Business Associates, I want everyone to know that I will have some openings to conduct on property training sessions, or table game evaluations at... Read more »
  • What’s New (June – July 2017)
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    Check out what is new on the Blackjack Review Network.  Lots of new encyclopedia entries, updated (better looking) basic strategy charts,  new Blackjack Tests and Quizzes, a Wikipedia Resource page, a Blackjack history database tool, a new Blackjack strategy calculator, improved cross linking and hundreds of man-hours of cleanup.  Click... Read more »
  • Blackjack Basic Strategy – Is It Important?
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    From Bill Zender’s email discussing his upcoming activities and events. July 5, 2017 Dear Friends and Business Associates, I hope everyone is doing well.  First off, I want to give the University of Nevada Reno’s Extended Studies course in Casino Management a recommendation, especially the Table Game Management course that is... Read more »
  • The Art of Blackjack Betting
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    The Art of Blackjack Betting by Manu Becoming a successful blackjack player isn’t just about coming to grips with strategy, or committing to a card counting system. It’s also about having a good understanding of the art of betting. There are many ways a player can place a bet (or wager) during... Read more »
  • New Blackjack History Database Tool
    Just completed a new Blackjack History Database Tool on the BJRNET site. Did a blackjack, card counting or related gambling event happen in 1948, or in the month of January, or during April 1977?  Check the Blackjack History Database Tool. You can search by any combination of month, day and year.  Or... Read more »
  • Use of Rolling Chips in North America
    From Bill Zender’s email discussing his upcoming activities and events.  June 6, 2017 Dear Friends and Business Associates, I am sorry that I haven’t kept in touch with everyone.  Between closing out my house in Las Vegas and working abroad, I didn’t have much time in which to pen my usual monthly eBlasts. ... Read more »
  • Everything you need to know about Bitcoin gambling
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    This page sponsored by Paddypower.com Everything you need to know about Bitcoin gambling The bitcoin is currently the most popular cryptocurrency used around the world. People are able to earn bitcoins in competitions where users offer their computing power to verify and record bitcoin transactions into the blockchain. This is also known... Read more »
  • Sydney Australia’s Star City Casino
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    Spent an afternoon at Sydney Australia’s Star City Casino this week.  This is a huge casino with lots of blackjack tables.  However, they are not worth playing as they all use automatic shufflers.  Minimum bets that I saw started at $20 Australian which is about $15 US.  I did not check... Read more »