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Blackjack Ace Predictionby David McDowell The Art of Advanced Location Strategies for the Casino Game of Twenty-One! With a foreword by Michael Dalton. Cover art by Abigail Kamelhair. This blackjack book covers the art of Blackjack Sequencing, a dark art that even very few gambling professionals truly understand, let alone have mastered. The basic method involves memorizing a string of cards hoping that their order will be partially maintained by the shuffle. Under optimal conditions, this can give you an advantage a card counter could only dream of. The method is both completely legal and very difficult to detect. This technique, also known as Ace Prediction, Ace Tracking, Sequence Tracking or Key Carding remained the closely guarded secret of a handful of high-stakes professional blackjack players for more than 20 years. Ace prediction can be extremely profitable given the right conditions. Here it is folks — the complete scoop on this mathematically valid and proven blackjack winning technique.
Sequence trackers will find in this book the author’s own formula for identifying the profitable games. The author begins the book by studying all known published references on the subject. Chapter 2 examines aspects of non-random shuffling. Chapter 3 is the author’s own analysis of non-random shuffling using a statistical procedure provided by Ed Thorp. Chapter 4 tells how to identify and exploit weaknesses in casino shuffles. Chapter 5 offers practical advice on locating Aces in shuffled decks. Chapter 6 explains how to predict Aces during the game. Chapter 7 deals with the calculation of mathematical expectation using simple formulas. Chapter 8 gives advice on bet sizing, probability of ruin, return and risk. Finally, the tables at the end of the book will be useful for making your own analyses of shuffles. Intermixed in the author’s exhaustive presentation are some exciting and fun stories from the pits.
Blackjack and the Lawby I. Nelson Rose and Robert A. Loeb Two prominent attorneys in the field of gaming law look at the issues from the blackjack players’ perspective. Issues covered include: Can skilled players be excluded from games just because they can win? Can the casinos force you to show your ID? Can they “backroom” you for interrogation? What constitutes cheating? Do laws differ on Indian reservation casinos? Is Internet gambling legal? Every gambler needs this book. Learn how to protect your rights as a player. Whether you are concerned with the tax laws, the invasion of your privacy, or the fairness of the games, Blackjack and the Law will provide straight answers to your questions.
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EDITORS CHOICE: BEST CARD COUNTING RESOURCE Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros’ Way by Donald SchlesingerArnold Snyder says: “In my opinion, Blackjack Attack will become an immediate classic in this field, a reference blackjack book on the game that no serious player can afford to be without.” Blackjack Attackincludes a foreword and introduction by Stanford Wong and Arnold Snyder. Topics include back-counting the shoe game, betting techniques and win rates, evaluating new rules and bonuses, statistical insights, the “Illustrious 18”, the “Floating Advantage”, team play, camouflage, risk of ruin, and more. The third and final(?) edition of Don Schlesinger’s Blackjack Attackis the biggest and best ever, with nearly twice as much content as the second edition! The special hardcover collector’s edition was printed on extra-bright paper with an deluxe cloth cover and a special flexible, sewn binding. Includes a beautiful heavy-duty enamel dust jacket. ERRATA SHEETS AVAILABLE
EDITORS CHOICE: BEST BOOK ON TEAM PLAY Blackjack BluePrintby Rick “Night Train” Blaine Think of this as everything you need to know about team play that Ken Uston never told you. Rick Blaine has been involved with blackjack teams since 1985. He has played on teams, organized teams, managed teams, and trained team players. He’s been on teams that won and teams that failed. If you are considering joining a team, or forming one, read this guide to the nuts and bolts of running a team as a successful business venture. Anyone even considering joining a team must own Blackjack Blueprint. “This is a wonderful book, filled with a wealth of information rarely seen between the covers of a single blackjack work. Rick is unusually qualified to write so knowledgeably on so many different areas, having done it all in his extensive blackjack career.” – Don Schlesinger. “One of the true road warriors, Blaine shows you how to beat the casinos at blackjack and still keep your day job.” – Max Rubin.
EDITORS CHOICE: BEST BLACKJACK BOOK ON PROFESSIONAL PLAY Blackjack For Bloodby Bryce Carlson Subtitled: “The Card-Counters’ Bible, and Complete Winning Guide“. An outstanding text-book by a part-time high stakes professional player. Covers basic strategy to card counting. Includes the Omega II system, an advanced 2 level counting system. Latest edition includes several revisions including a new section on playing the Over/Under option. ERRATA SHEET AVAILABLE FOR OLDER EDITIONS
247 PAGES $19.95Special: $16.95
Blackjack Secrets by Stanford Wong An excellent blackjack book that serves as an introduction to card counting and an explanation of how to get away with playing a winning game in a casino. Contains the hi-lo system with indices from -1 to +6, plus material on what it is like making a living counting cards in a casino.
EDITORS CHOICE: BEST BLACKJACK ADVICE Blackjack Wisdom by Arnold Snyder This is Snyder’s first collection of rantings by the game’s most prolific writer and its only self-proclaimed religious leader. Excellent stuff and must reading for serious players.
The Blackjack Zoneby Eliot Jacobson Subtitled: Lessons in Winning at Blackjack and Life. This book is for the player who wants to know what works, what doesn’t and why. In a casual, humorous, and easy-to-read manner, Jacobson takes you through basic strategy, the skills necessary to survice as a hobbyist, and then on to card counting and advantage play. The Blackjack Zone explains * What basic strategy is and how to use it, * How to become an advantage player, * How to choose the right game, dealer, and casino, * How to separate myths about blackjack from the realities of the game, and * How to think like a winner and much more. The author holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Arizona.
EDITORS CHOICE: BEST BOOK ON CASINO TOURNAMENT STRATEGY Casino Tournament Strategyby Stanford Wong The best book available on winning blackjack, craps, baccarat, and keno tournaments. Includes all of the material from Wong’s earlier works Tournament Blackjack and Tournament Craps which originally sold for over $100 each. New edition in 1997 includes all the horse racing material from the book Betting Cheap Claimers. Be sure to read Dalton’s My First Crap Tournament article. Also listed in our Other Books and Reports section.
352 PAGES $29.9510% Off: $26.96
EDITORS CHOICE: BEST BLACKJACK BOOK ON CHEATING How to Detect Casino Cheating at Blackjack by Bill Zender Bill Zender is the author of Card Counting for the Casino Executive and is the former Vice President of the Aladdin casino in Las Vegas. In this book, Zender reveals the hidden “tricks of the trade” of scam artists. Includes 37 photos. Great educational material for players and casino officials alike.
EDITORS CHOICE: MY FAVORITE BLACKJACK BOOK Professional Blackjackby Stanford Wong An outstanding presentation of the Hi-Lo and Halves counting systems. For many professional card counters this is the blackjack book on the game to buy. Includes accurate indexes for most game variations. Also includes systems to beat Over/Under, Bustout, and Double Exposure. Editor note: This is the book that describes the system that I personally use in the casinos. Highly recommended. MORE INFO | REVIEW
EDITORS CHOICE: BEST BOOK ON BLACKJACK THEORY The Theory of Blackjack by Peter Griffin This is the classic blackjack book on the mathematics of the game and includes a complete discussion of basic strategy and card counting systems including single and multi-parameter. Newer editions come with a complete index. Editor note: Peter Griffin died from cancer at the age of 61 on Oct. 18, 1998. This is the ultimate classic blackjack text. Must reading for serious players. Also available: Extra Stuff.
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