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Play Blackjack Like the Pros Paperback – March 29, 2005
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“Play Blackjack Like the Pros is the perfect name for a book written by the consummate blackjack professional.” (Anthony Curtis, publisher Las Vegas Advisor)
“This has everything you need to become a long term winner. Don’t play another hand until you read Blackwood’s book.” (Henry Tamburin, author of Take The Money & Run and publisher of Blackjack Insider Newsletter.Henry Tamburin, author of Take The Money & Run and publisher of Blackjack Insider Newsletter)
About the Author
Kevin Blackwood has been a professional blackjack player for more than twenty years. He is the author of The Counter, a behind-the-scenes novel based on his life of playing high-stakes blackjack, and he has contributed to countless games magazines and online sites.
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Top Customer Reviews
Since High Opt.2 is mostly used in single and double deck games, the author makes recomendations as to which counts to use for shoe games.
The book also teaches complete Basic Strategy and an abbreviated version. Some of the other topics include how to win at tournament blackjack, internet blackjack, team play, camouflage, money management, and his experiences playing blackjack internationally including being harrassed by US customs upon re-entering the US with $40,000 in cash. It turns out Congress gives customs the authority to strip search anyone, including US citizens, entering the country with alot of money. They didn't do that to him, but it's scary to know that's what the law is. The author also sprinkles in personal anecdotes about his own experiences playing blackjack all over the country.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book was very old. The pages were yellow and stiff. I was very dissatisfied with the condition of the book. The information in the book was not very helpful either.Published on December 20, 2013 by John Foley