Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros' Way
RGE Pub., 2005 - 533 sider
Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros' Way began as a collection of the most important articles written by author Don Schlesinger for the legendary Blackjack Forum magazine. Over the span of several editions, it evolved into the most important book available to blackjack aficionados since Ed Thorp's Beat the Dealer, and has been praised by every prominent blackjack expert. The book assumes the reader knows how to count cards and wants to take his game further by understanding the math behind the questions that card counters have regarding their play. Blackjack Attack offers the most in-depth look at the math surrounding advantage blackjack play of any other book on the subject. All of the computer simulations have been updated and refined in this latest, much expanded, edition. Topics covered include optimal betting, camouflage, risk analysis, team play, systems comparison, and much more. It also features revised and expanded tables of effects of removal, for playing and betting, which improve on the work of the legendary Peter Griffin. Loaded with a stockpile of strategies, innovative analyses, and unique insights into the game, Blackjack Attack is the ultimate weapon in the blackjack player's arsenal.
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