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Books about blackjack

Blackjack is not just a game of chance, in fact, it is quite the opposite. Good tactics can help you walk away with significant winnings. The famous Basic Strategy or various Card Counting systems (notably, HI-LO count, KO count, and Hi-Opt I and II) are there to remind us of this fact.

Many authors have written books that offer game strategies, tricks, and advice. From among them, we can cite the most famous, like Edward O. Thorpe and his book, Beat the Dealer; Roger Baldwin and his book, The Optimum Strategy in Blackjack; and Julian Braun with his How to Play Winning Blackjack.

In this section, we will introduce you to two books that are perhaps less well-known, but are just as effective for successfully beating the house in Blackjack. One is called Blackjack: Apprenez l’excellence (Blackjack: Learn to excel in English) by François Montmirel. In this work, the author develops his own system for counting cards. We also offer an introduction to Professional Blackjack by Stanford Wong, which refines basic strategy through computer simulations.

These two books provide a variety of techniques for winning money. Head to Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Reno, Monte-Carlo, or Enghien-les-bains via these books. By choosing the right option (Surrender, Double down, Insurance, Split, Hit or Stand) at the right moment, you put luck on your side against the dealer. Form a hand of 21 and win big.