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Blackjack to the Nth Degree - Formula Cycling Method [Kindle Edition]

Patrick Moriarty , PCM Enterprises
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Book Description

A structured mathematical innovation and new blackjack betting system guaranteed to put the winning edge in the player's favor. This method was developed over 40 years ago as a variant to the Labouchere betting system. Long kept a secret this exciting new money management and playing philosophy is now available to the public.

Twelve chapters, 167 pages, and 41 illustrations take you on a journey that will change your perspective to winning at blackjack forever. The system was designed to earn $100 per hour for three hours a day. Based on mathematical formulization, structured wagering and player actions governed by basic strategy this style of play will put you on a winning path so predictable it may become boring.

As legalized online gambling establishments become more assessable to the player using blackjack as a profitable business venture will become a standard way to make a living for those so inclined at any time day or night.

No longer is counting cards the only way to beat the dealer; no longer do you need to look over your shoulder wondering if your card counting has been discovered and now subject to casino retaliation; now the time has come when your winning play will be consistent and kept under the radar.

It is time to enjoy the new awakening.


Product Details

  • File Size: 1759 KB
  • Print Length: 191 pages
  • Publisher: PCM Enterprises (October 1, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006R6NLHU
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There is only one real problem with this book: The strategy the author advocates WILL NOT WORK in live games.

Don't get me wrong... IF you have buckets of money, and IF the casino will allow you to make unlimited wagers, the "system" will absolutely return a profit. Mathematically, it will return a profit every session.

I ran computer simulations. Yes, over time you will accumulate buckets of money. But before you get your buckets of cash, you must face downswings that will test the pockets of all but the very rich. And then, you run into the problem that casinos have max bet rules. Even with very minimal bets you will run into situations where you are "required" by the system to bet more than the table max.

Trust me. The only way to truly win is to have very deep pockets and a casino without table max bets. Good luck with that.

Yes, you can go to the casino and play this method. You may very well win modest amounts of money over several dozen playing sessions. But ultimately, you will be faced with a bet that cannot be handled. And at that point all prior profits are wiped out. One session where you hit the table maximum will wipe out all previous wins.

Actually, I should have known better than to even read this book. I have read time and time again that trying to win on pure betting methods do not work, because the bettor runs out of cash or the bet is too large. And that is EXACTLY the situation here.

Do you want to win at blackjack or roulette? Actually, you will NEVER be a long-term winner at roulette. As for blackjack..... become a good counter, and YES, you can win !!

By way of providing some disclosure, I wrote a PERL program to test the author's methods.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book. September 7, 2013
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I really like Moriarty's book. He follows up on his emails and he is a great guy. He is generous with sharing his knowledge and experience. And the strategy behind the book is solid. I have yet to put it into real money practice, but it is fool proof given you are dedicated to it.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A lot of filler November 14, 2012
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I have read the book, have not actually tried out the system. There is a lot of filler about basic strategy as each hand is individually explained in depth which is totally unnecessary. If this was pared down this book would be half the pages. The charts are very hard to read and very amateur. But the bottom line is does this system work or not. I have casino verde and will definitely test out this system before I hit a casino with cash.. It does seem reasonable, and does appear it could work.
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More About the Author

Born and raised in Saint Louis, Missouri by strong family minded parents. My father, like his father, spent his career as Saint Louis Metropolitan Police Officer.

One often wonders just how influential your parents were.

My father spent his youth playing professional (American) soccer as a goalie and was eventually elected into the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame shortly after his death in 1971. I played soccer in my youth as a goalie and won a position to the Olympics in the mid 60's but could not participate because of our families financial situation.

My father also was an established baseball catcher and spent several years with the Chicago White Sox minor league team. I played semi-pro baseball as a catcher while in the USMC but the Vietnam War interrupted that dream.

My father was known as a good card player in his heyday. Even though he only had a third grade level education he was a whiz with numbers. Using that ability he supplemented his pittance as a police officer with regular card games and visits to local horse race tracks just across the Mississippi River in Illinois in order to raise his large family of eight children.

Two or three of us, children, would always accompany my father either to the racetrack or the card game. At the racetrack we would bring a large garbage bag and scour the grounds for discarded tickets. Later at home we would organize all the tickets in order of races and numbers. The next morning my father would check them to see if any one of us found winners that were thrown away by inexperienced betters who really didn't have a clue; like buying a show ticket and throwing it away because the horse didn't win but came in second. Or buying a daily double ticket with the winner in the first race but another horse won the second race; so the ticket was discarded not realizing their horse was a late scratch and the ticket did have a consolation value.

Being shy around crowds I quickly learned to use a deck of cards as my security blanket. Especially, when it involved being around the ladies showing card tricks was a real good way to break the ice. Even in my Vietnam days a deck of cards made the day go by quicker. There was always time to practice.

I love numbers. Accounting as a career path was only natural to follow. That analytical experience was the foundation that enabled me to enjoy the game of blackjack with a passion. Mastering card counting and betting systems became a pleasant exercise of math power to me while on the other hand was a constant headache to others. So it was once again only natural when I began to experiment with variations of different betting systems to develop my own.

The rest as they say is history...

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