BLACKJACK REVIEW GIVEAWAY #3

Enter to Win Free Stuff from Blackjack ReviewLooking for free stuff? You’ve come to the right place. Every month (or so) the Blackjack Review Network is giving away free blackjack, poker and/or other gambling related books and/or products. In this month’s giveaway, we have four (4) books in new condition – A book on Video Poker (Dan Paymar), a book on Internet Poker (Lou Krieger), a book on beating web casinos (Bill Haywood) and Michael “The Wizard of Odds” Shackleford’s book called “Gambling 102”. Just enter your email address below to participate in the giveaway.

Congratulations to Scott for winning our last Giveaway!

Video Poker: Optimum Play by Dan Paymar

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Jean Scott, author of The Frugal Gambler, recommends this book “as the best all-around instructional book on the market today for the player who wants to win at video poker. In not only gives sound mathematical strategies but also discusses the all-important psychological and practical aspects of the game.” A great reference and resource book on video poker. How to quickly and easily make the optimum draw to maximize your win rate — without having to memorize long tables. A major expansion of Dans Video Poker Precision Play which it replaces. A guide to video poker machines and the strategies necessary to beat them. Concentrates on Jacks-or-Better, Deuces Wild, Jokers Wild, and variations. Aimed at the recreational player who wants to become a serious or semi-pro player. Strategies are concise and easy to learn. The second edition introduces Dan’s Attractiveness Index and covers several newer games. 204 PAGES $19.95 – 2nd EDITION (BUY THIS BOOK)

Internet Poker: How to Play and Beat Online Poker Games by Lou Krieger and Kathleen K. Watterson
Internet PokerPlaying Internet poker in real time against real opponents might just represent poker’s brave new world. Whether for play-money or real money, it’s an environment consisting of virtual tables, player icons representing you and your opponents, and specialized computer algorithms that randomly shuffle the “cards.” It’s a world where you can find a game day or night. Though it may be the wee hours of the morning in California, it’s prime time in Europe, and someone, somewhere, is looking to play a little poker. But it’s poker with a difference. The game is the same, to be sure, but technology does kick in — sometimes in strange and unexpected ways. A reference as well as a tutorial, the book includes a CD with free poker software, and a special bonus chapter with 125 interactive hands to help you prepare to play the Internet games for fun or for profit. Doyle Brunson says “This book is a gem.” Linda Johnson says, “…this book is just what you need to play poker confidently at any Internet poker room”. ©2003 – 202 PAGES $14.95 – INCLUDES FREE POKER CD (BUY THIS BOOK)
 

BeatWebCasinos.com: The Shrewd Player’s Guide to Internet Gambling by Bill Haywood
PICPublished 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. ©2000 200 PAGES $14.95 (BUY THIS BOOK)

 

Gambling 102 by Michael Shackleford
PICSubtitled: “The Best Strategies for All Casino Games – Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Slots, Video Poker and more“. Plenty of gambling books explain how to play the games; that’s Gambling 101. Gambling 102 takes you to the next stage, where you’re playing the games in the best manner for the least amount of effort. Within these pages, gambling’s “Wizard of Odds” provides the best strategies possible—along with the easiest learning curve—for all the casino games, from baccarat to video poker, from sic bo to sports betting. Editor note: This is one of my favorite advantage play books. Highly recommended!  ©2005 164 PAGES $14.95 – FIRST EDITION (BUY THIS BOOK)
 
 

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BLACKJACK REVIEW GIVEAWAY #2

Enter to WinLooking for free stuff?  You’ve come to the right place. Every month (or so) the Blackjack Review Network is giving away free blackjack, poker and/or other gambling related books and/or products. In this month’s giveaway, we have three (3) poker books in new condition by Tom McEvoy, T.J. Cloutier and Brad Daugherty.  Just enter your email address below to participate in the giveaway.  

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Hold’em (Championship Series) by Tom McEvoy & T.J. Cloutier
How to win limit hold’em cash games and tournaments. Hard-hitting hold’em the way it’s played today in both limit cash games and tournaments. Get killer advice on how to win more money in rammin’-jammin’ games, kill-pot, jackpot, shorthanded, and other types of cash games. Learn the thinking process before the flop, on the flop, on the turn, and at the river. 20 illustrated hands with play-by-play analyses. Specific advice for rocks in tight games, weaklings in loose games, how hand values change in jackpot games, when you should fold, check, raise, etc. Tournament strategies for small buy-in, big buy-in, rebuy, incremental add-on, and other major tournaments. Easy-to-read and conversational, if you want to become a lifelong winner at limit hold’em, you need this book! Editor note: This is my favorite McEvoy/Cloutier book on Hold’em.  ©2004 – 379 PAGES $29.95

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Win Your Way Into Big Money Hold’em Tournaments (Championship Series) by Tom McEvoy and Brad Daugherty
(Formerly Championship Satellite Strategy) These two world champions show you how to win your way into tournaments offering millions of dollars in prize money for a fraction of the cost by playing in small-entry fee tournaments! Eleven major sections give you specific proven strategies for winning hold’em satellites and earning entry into any tournament you want to play. ©2005 – 320 PAGES $29.95

 

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Hold’em Tournament Hands (Championship Series) by Tom McEvoy and T.J. Cloutier
(Formerly Tournament Practice Hands) Packed with concepts that will take your game to a championship level, 61 chapters cover every playable hand in limit and no-limit hold’em games. Tons of examples show you how to play every starting hand from every position. You’ll also gain tremendous insights into how tournament poker is played at the highest levels. ©2005 – 368 PAGES $29.95

 

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GIVEAWAY #1

Congratulations to Danneze for winning our first Giveaway.  Stay tuned for the next Giveaway!

Enter to WinLooking for free stuff?  You’ve come to the right place. Every month (or so) the Blackjack Review Network is giving away free blackjack, poker and/or other gambling related books and/or products. This month we have three (3) brand new items where one winner will win all items.  Just enter your email address below to participate in the giveaway.   

Blackjack Ace PredictionBlackjack Ace Prediction by 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. Published in 2004, this controversial blackjack book covered the art of Blackjack Sequencing, a dark art that even very few gambling professionals truly understood, let alone had 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.

Beat Web CasinosBeat Web Casinos . com: The Shrewd Player’s Guide to Internet Gambling by Bill Haywood
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.

Vol7Issue1_Winter98Blackjack Review Magazine
Vol 7 Issue 1 – Winter 1998
SPECIAL LAST ISSUE

This was the very last issue of this publication. Editorial by Michael Dalton: Everything in Life is 50/50! Letters. FEATURE ARTICLES: The Most Important Play Variations by Michael Dalton. Optimal Wagering and Betting by Karel Janecek. The Hilton Blows a Barring by Harold Harvey. Advanced Card Counting (Part 2) by George C. Craps Can Be Fun Too by Harold Harvey. Getting Away With It! by Allan Pell. SPECIAL REPORTS: Best Bets, Casino Rules and Conditions: Now over 850 casinos listed! U.S. and Foreign Regional Updates, Centerfold: The 1998 Legal USA Blackjack Games Map.