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Indispensible book for any card counter, it covers all possible topics starting from blackjack basic strategy to more complex count systems.
Beat the Dealer: A Winning Strategy for the Game of Twenty-One
Category: Blackjack Price on Amazon: $10.19
Beat The Dealer is an indispensible book for those interested in blackjack. It provides blackjack rules, essentials, consolidated in simple charts, can be understood and memorized by the average player. The first three chapters of Beat The Dealer will give any aspiring blackjack expert an excellent conceptual foundation from which to start.
Big Book of Blackjack
Category: Blackjack Price on Amazon: $13.46
This is comprehensive and useful book on blackjack written by blackjack legend Arnold Snyder. Snyder reveals hundreds of the game's insider secrets, many of which had never before been published. Snyder starts from the rules of the game to advanced professional strategies.
Category: Blackjack Price on Amazon: $11.21
The book teaches the blackjack card counting system and is considered to be one of the best in this category. The system the secrets of which are revealed in this book is called Hi-Lo card counting system, one of the simplest and most effective at the same time.
Knock-Out Blackjack: The Easiest Card-Counting System Ever Devised
Category: Blackjack Price on Amazon: $12.21
The second edition of the book that in easy manner teaches how to understand, learn and use strong but easy K-O card-counting system. The Knock-Out (K-O) system is a level-one, unbalanced count system that allows you to play by running count with no true count adjustments.
Blackjack For Blood: The Card-Counters' Bible, and Complete Winning Guide
Category: Blackjack Price on Amazon: $13.57
The author explains the principles of Omega II Card Counting System For Winning at the Casino Game of Blackjack. This is the book you need to become a blackjack professional and learn how to even up the odds with the casino.
Blackbelt in Blackjack : Playing 21 as a Martial Art
Category: Blackjack Price on Amazon: $13.22
Blackbelt in Blackjack is written by a blackjack legend Arnold Snyder is a gambling classic. The book reveals tips and tricks used by the pros-shuffle tracking, team play and multiple deck camouflage techniques. The Appendix offers comprehensive basic strategy, Hi-Lo Lite strategy, and Zen Count strategy.
Category: Blackjack Price on Amazon: $10.17
Frank Scoblete is an authority in the world of blackjack. In his book he gives all you need to know to play blackjack professionally starting from basic strategies for single- and multiple-deck games and finishing with powerful but easy-to-master card-counting techniques for Face-up or Double Exposure blackjack and for Multiple Action blackjack.
Blackjack Bluebook II - the simplest winning strategies ever published (2006 edition)
Category: Blackjack Price on Amazon: $11.22
This is a comprehensive textbook on how to play and win at casino blackjack. It provides unique information never published before like Profiting from Other Players' Hands, The Magnificent 7 Hands, Hi Card/Lo Card Layouts, The Ace/10 Front Count, True Fudging with Unbalanced Counts, and The "Nifty 15" Camouflage Hands.
Category: Blackjack Price on Amazon: $13.45
Basic Blackjack is a book that deals with basic blackjack strategy variations. It starts with an explanation and the basic blackjack strategy chart, further goes the explanation of common rule variations and Tells, Warps, and Other Tricks chapters in which the line between advantage play and cheating is rather vague.
The Theory of Blackjack: The Compleat Card Counter's Guide to the Casino Game of 21 (6th Edition, Indexed)
Category: Blackjack Price on Amazon: $10.36
This is the must have book for those seriously interested in the game of blackjack. It furnishes the readers with accurate basic blackjack strategy as well as single parameter and multiparameter card counting systems.
Mensa Guide to Blackjack
Category: Blackjack Price on Amazon: $9.32
Mensa Guide To Blackjack is written by a blackjack player, the member of the MIT Blackjack Team. Joshua Hornik explains card counting systems and proves that everyone can count cards. Back-counting, comps and heat, shuffle tracking, ace tracking, and playing with a team - all is covered.