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This is one of the best blackjack books I have read in a long time. Normally I just skim new blackjack books, but this one I read cover to cover.


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We list 20 of the best blackjack books that you can read. The sections on cheating are probably useless to modern players, as few casinos cheat anymore.


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I have found something new in the book every time I have read it. Beyond Counting Exhibit CAA is arguably the most advanced text ever written on the subject of.


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Assorted blackjack books covering the rules; how to play and strategies for splitting, doubling down. Classic books on card counting. Secrets.


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Originally published in , its color charts and solid advice on counting and money management made this work a must read. Interestingly, the late Julian Braun, who did much of the computer analysis of the game for Thorp's book, also contributed heavily to Revere's work. Clearly, this book for the first time made the game beatable for many players. All the books I've discussed are still in print, which attests to their value. Arnold Snyder wrote Blackbelt in Blackjack in It continues to sell as well as any on the market. Originally published in Uston, the blackjack guru of his generation, died in Paris in , this soon became the "must-read" book. Howard's website is www. You'll need some level of higher mathematics to fully comprehend his work, but it's a landmark book even today. I am not a gambler, but I have a "feel" for good books -- why they are unique and what the feedback is from happy players. Professional Blackjack was originally published by Gambler's Book Club in the mid-ls. Although more one-deck games were available when Revere wrote his book than today, it's still widely recommended by players and by dealers who see some very bad players. The most recent edition, revised and updated in , written by Stanford Wong real name John Ferguson , was snapped up immediately by those fascinated with his High-Low System; his strategy for No-Hole Card play and because few books if any at the time examined variations like ; Over-Under 13; Double Exposure and shuffling. Thorp is considered the 'Father of Modern Blackjack Play. Playing Blackjack as a Business by Lawrence Revere. Here are what I consider to be the most important books on blackjack and with my subjective rationale. Blackjack Attack is now in its third edition Originally published in , the low-key, but highly respected Don Schlesinger has contributed hundreds of hours to advising and editing other books on the game. The highly-flamboyant Uston was flashy, yet talented, attracting a new generation of players to the tables with his book. An absolute 5-star must for anyone who intends to play blackjack. One man's favorite can be on another man's bottom of the barrel. With an assist in computer work by the brilliant Julian Braun, this controversial Las Vegas operator compiled an instruction book on blackjack based on 25 years in the gambling business. Theory of Blackjack by Peter Griffin Peter Griffin, a quiet genius who taught statistics at Cal State Sacramento, wrote what might still be considered one of the most advanced mathematical analyses of blackjack ever.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Let the band play on, for there may be a classic or two yet to be discovered. My goal was to offer a personal "checklist" on the basis of several decades of selling books. Million Dollar Blackjack by Ken Uston Originally published in Uston, the blackjack guru of his generation, died in Paris in , this soon became the "must-read" book. He got New Jersey to rule that counters couldn't be barred; his advanced point count method was imitated by many; and he exposed advantage play methods such as front-loading and spooking. Peter Griffin, a quiet genius who taught statistics at Cal State Sacramento, wrote what might still be considered one of the most advanced mathematical analyses of blackjack ever. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}After 27 years as an editor, librarian for gamblers, Marketing Director, and now owner of Gambler's Book Shop Gambler's Book Club in Las Vegas, I've formed some opinions about the best books ever Howard Schwartz, the "librarian for gamblers," is the marketing director for Gambler's Book Club in Las Vegas, a position he has held since Author of hundreds of articles on gambling, his weekly book reviews appear in numerous publications throughout the gaming industry. He follows with his simple count, then his complete point-count system. These were the "golden days" of 21, with Uston and his teams winning millions in the U. It is now in its sixth edition, updated by Huntington Press. Get it at Amazon! That is what life is--constant discovery, different opinions. His book was one of the first to explain an intelligent method of playing in tournaments. Understand though, I truly believe blackjack players often have fragile egos. For the era, the section on beating casino countermeasures must have thrown every "suit" i. Griffin, who many believe was the true successor to Thorp in his knowledge of the game, died in He said that he never took the game seriously, preferring to show he could beat 21 he later even analyzed the game of baccarat in his book and be in the company of people who enjoyed having fun and drinking beer. Published more than 40 years ago this is perfectly subtitled A Winning Strategy for the Game of Twenty One, and it's estimated that more than , copies have been sold in hardbound and paperbound over the years. This great classic has sold half-million copies since the s when it was originally published. Then too were his claims of being cheated. The chapter titled "My Ideas Are Tested in Nevada" had to be one of the most fascinating events ever for its time. Much of the book is devoted to "casino comportment" camouflage ; but he supplies plenty of information and ideas on disguises; table etiquette to enhance your "new persona" and how to "fly under the radar. I expect there will be those who will be angered by my choices. It carved out a fast pace for the counter's revolution in blackjack. Playing Blackjack as a Business by Lawrence Revere Originally published in , its color charts and solid advice on counting and money management made this work a must read. This is his only book to date, and anyone who is a potentially serious counter should have it in his or her library. Beat the Dealer by Ed Thorp Published more than 40 years ago this is perfectly subtitled A Winning Strategy for the Game of Twenty One, and it's estimated that more than , copies have been sold in hardbound and paperbound over the years. But that's life -- the best movies, the best sports teams, the greatest gamblersβ€”the all come down to personal interpretation. Hopefully, you'll discover one of these great 21 classics and it'll make you a better player. Revere is gone now, but his landmark work lives on today. Wong, who holds a doctorate and taught finance at Stanford University, has since branched out into other areas of gambling such as sports betting and craps. Burning the Tables in Las Vegas is the second book by the mysterious author now living outside the U. Certainly there will be suggestions of omission. His first work, Turning the Tables in Las Vegas, published in the s, established him as a man who knows how to manipulate casino personnel, dealers, and con the "eye in the sky. The sections on back-counting a shoe, betting techniques and win rate, camouflage, risk or ruin, team play and his work on what he calls The World's Greatest Blackjack Simulation, make this an immediate Top 10 of all time. One of the finest works on the subject, like fine wine, this essential book improves with age.