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Ken Uston on Blackjack, by Ken Uston
A legendary figure at the '21' tables in Nevada and Atlantic City casinos, Ken Uston and his team won more than $5,000,000. This book divulges Uston's priceless playing secrets.
Burning The Tables in Las Vegas, Keys to Success in Blackjack
Addresses all aspects of blackjack advantage play: game selection, tipping, disguises, false identification, credit, risk... Also explains how emotions and skills can affect your prospects for profit.
Knock-Out Blackjack, The Easiest Card Counting System Ever Devised
A book about Blackjack.
Las Vegas Blackjack Diary, by Stuart Perry
Describes what happens at every one of the 269 sessions that the author played in 1994. Perry describes the cover he used, the heat he received, dealer and player interactions, and the mental and financial ups and downs which he experienced.
Twenty-First Century Blackjack: A New Strategy for a New Millennium
Explains a simple positive progressive strategy. This practical alternative to flat betting or card counting, is researched and explained, based on comparative analysis of betting preferences.
You Can Win!: Blackjack Made Easy, by Stephen Nead
From basic to advanced strategy to money management and casino etiquette, the book provides many examples, charts, and practice exercises to illustrate each lesson and take the guesswork out of gambling.
Professional Blackjack, by Stanford Wong
Card-counting advice for beginners to experts. It presents the high-low, which is the best combination of simplicity and power, and the halves, which is a level-3 system that yields excellent estimates and information to determine the optimal bet size.
Theory of Blackjack, by Peter A. Griffin
This classic work on the mathematics of blackjack provides insight into the methods and numbers behind the development of today's card-counting systems.