Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros' Way

Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros' Way
Publisher: RGE Publications | ISBN: 0910575045 | edition 1997 | File type: PDF | 268 pages | 28,7 mb
The most important book available to blackjack aficionados since Beat the Dealer by Ed Thorp, Blackjack Attack has been praised by every prominent blackjack expert. In it, Schlesinger answers virtually all of the thorny mathematical questions that have puzzled serious players for years: optimal betting, camouflage, risk analysis, team play, systems comparison, and much more. With twice as much material as its predecessor, this third edition contains new studies bound to intrigue even the most knowledgeable pro, including a complete reexamination of the late Peter Griffin's work, and the publication of the most accurate basic strategy and effects of removal charts ever devised.

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