Blackjack Book Reviews (Unknown Authors)

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A Face in the Crowd. DO NOT BUY THIS BLACKJACK BOOK – PART I a.k.a. “Blue Collar Blackjack” an Offering to the Blackjack Gods. Amazon Digital Services; 2012 (63 pages)
– Very good. Recommended. A blackjack e-book with a sense of humor. Surprisingly well written and informative. Includes a good introduction to basic strategy and even a discussion of the effects of removal.
[ AMAZON: DO NOT BUY THIS BLACKJACK BOOK ]

A Face in the Crowd. DO NOT BUY THIS BLACKJACK BOOK – PART II a.k.a. “Blue Collar Blackjack” an Offering to the Blackjack Gods. Amazon Digital Services; 2012 (853 pages)
– Excellent. Highly recommended. A blackjack e-book with a sense of humor. An excellent, although long-winded, discussion (from a card-counters perspective) of blackjack games of the past (e.g., single deck, end play, floating advantage). Some great card counting stories and some jewels of information can be found here. It is so long I am still reading it. Who really wrote this book? Let BJRNET know!
[ AMAZON: DO NOT BUY THIS BLACKJACK BOOK ]

Unknown. Blackjack Decision Tables. Gambler’s Book Club, Las Vegas, NV. (32 pages)
– Includes betting and playing strategies for the beginner.

Unknown. Common Sense Blackjack. Old Hickory; 1984.
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Unknown. How to Beat the Dealer in Any Casino. American Publishing; 2002, 2003 (112 pages). – TBD
[ AMAZON: How to Beat the Dealer in Any Casino ]

Unknown. How to Play Blackjack for a Living. Creative Publishing., Tustin, CA; 1997, 2004.
– Not recommended. According to their online advertising, the ebook includes a progressive blackjack system and they make an apparent association with the MIT blackjack team. No expert review of the system shown on the site — just a lot of average joe testimonials. Author claims to be a former pit boss and casino executive. Author believes in the notion of hot and cold dealers.
[ http://www.blackjack4living.com ]

Unknown. How to Win at Blackjack. Blackjack Research Corp., Los Angeles, CA; 1958.
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Unknown. Playing Blackjack to Win: A New Strategy for the Game of 21. M. Barrows & Co., New York; 1957.
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Unknown. Playing Winning Blackjack in the Casinos. Casino Research Productions, New York; 1984. (152 pages)
– Includes advice of dubious value. Basic strategy, hot vs cold tables, dumping tables, betting progressions, money management, etc. He also presents a level 1 count strategy with Revere’s Advanced Plus/Minus.
[6/84 Snyder Blackjack Forum 46]

Unknown. Twenty One: Winning Tactics for Blackjack. Inner Dynamics, Inc. / Sensory Motor Aroma Recall Technologies; 1994 (?? pages)
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