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Book Review: Winning At No-Limit Hold’em by Lee Nelson and Anthony Curtis

This is a book on No-Limit Hold’em aimed at those who play in games ranging from small stakes to high stakes. The authors teach several concepts for winning money consistently at a poker table such as how to size bets and raise appropriately, how to adjust your strategy according to opponent tendencies, and how to …

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Book Review: The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Blackjack by Mark Piersol

You want to master the game of blackjack, but you don’t know where to start. You’ve heard that there are many different strategies out there and that it all depends on your style of play. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Blackjack is a blackjack strategy book that begins by introducing you to twenty-one, the game’s …

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Book Review: The World’s Greatest Blackjack Book by Ken Smith and Anthony Curtis

The World’s Greatest Blackjack Book by Ken Smith and Anthony Curtis has 738 pages of content that are a perfect guide for the blackjack player. This book teaches you what strategy to use for card counting and how to implement it into your game to win more money. Whether you are a beginner or an …

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Book Review: “Playing Blackjack as a Business” by Stanford Wong

Before I start, let me thank Stanford Wong on behalf of the entire blackjack community. It is thanks to his positive attitude and inspirational passion that kept him writing and publishing blackjack strategy books even with the advent of internet technology. With his recent passing, it is sad but true that we can no longer …

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Book Review: “Step up to Blackjack” by Arnold Snyder

What makes this book unique is it assumes readers know absolutely nothing. The text starts with a discussion of basic strategy, using a high-school geometry exercise to reveal how well the basic strategy works. Before discussing more advanced strategies and systems, Snyder admits that such things are not necessary for most players. The Blackjack Strategy …

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