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Subtitled How To Take Advantage of Sloppy Dealers. With easily mastered card-counting techniques, Scoblete, author of numerous books on casino games, has tried to assemble the best of the working theories on how to play blackjack to its greatest advantage. He also delves into exotic forms of the game like Double Exposure; red/black, over/under; and goes into team play and guerilla tactics. 283 pgs, paperback, 1996
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This book was written by a confessed cheat who says he wrote it for everyone who has been cheated at one time or another and for those who wish not to be cheated. Murphy claims 40 years experience in backroom, bar room, street and organized gambling. Chapters cover: How Casinos are Operated; How to Cheat with Cards, Slot Machines, Craps, Carnival Games, plus street cons and staying ahead of the IRS. 143 Pgs. 1997
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Hold'em is a rather easy game to learn but a tough game to master, partly because the game doesn't always follow a set of rules. Tanenbaum, a professional player and writer, focuses on methods you can apply to dominate your table, including confusing opponents, identifying and dominating weak players, exploiting your position, playing for maximum effectiveness, winning without the best hand, attacking out of position and using card-independent strategies. 247 Pgs. 2007