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This book is an enjoyable read and with one exception seems mathematically sound.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} This is a nice looking book with a glossy cover, lots of colorful diagrams, and good quality paper. In the Caribbean Stud chapter the author advises raising on everything playing blind with three of fewer players. The bulk of the book explains how surveillance thinks and what they look for to catch advantage players. This is the second edition of Beyond Counting. It wouldn't be appropriate to review my own book, so I suggest checked the reviews at Amazon. However this book is not for the average person but for the person with an interest in mathematics and gambling. Speaking from personal experience I strongly agree the overall content of the book. College-level math is required to appreciate most of them. The blackjack basic strategy is way off, for example advising always splitting twos and threes. This book was written by a former casino surveillance operator. The author covers eight different games with a mixture of commentary and analysis. For the beginner who needs a slow and patient teacher this book does a good job at explaining the basics of casino gambling. This is the book I turn to first when I am not sure about something. This book combines decent edge cutting advice with myth. Books I recommend are indicated with a star. I read the whole thing in a week, which is very unusual for me. A strong math background would be strongly suggested to get the most out of this book. This page book is comprised of academic-level articles on a host of gambling topics. The first pages are full of interviews and stories about gambling. The Let it Ride strategy advises letting it ride on any three to a straight flush which is not always a good bet. Many of the other articles are rather esoteric in nature, and are extremely math heavy. There is also some good practical information, like how to sneak into terminal C at the Las Vegas airport, which at times has enormous lines at security. This is not just a complete state by state listing of legalized casino gambling across the United States. The Let it Ride advice is also wrong as well as the explanation about how random numbers are used in slot machines. Not only is this likely the biggest gambling book ever written, but the most expensive. This book is all about milking the casinos for all the free means, rooms, and other freebies for all they are worth. Betting systems are given entirely too much coverage. There are also lists of milk good , beef bad , and poisoned beef very bad online casinos along with comments on various software providers and online casino portals including mine. Author and attorney Bob Nersesian is a hero of mine in the world of gambling. According to my analysis the house edge is closer to 0. Some of it very esoteric, like how to count the Royal Match side bet, which even the author admits is a weak advantage play. Questions and answers from a man with 30 years experience in the casino business. This book is a collection of miscellanous articles by gaming expert Peter Griffin. However the author incorrectly states that the difference in house edge in Caribbean Stud Poker between optimal strategy and raising on ace-king-jack or better is. Unfortunately his advice is still incorrect sometimes, for example of the poor blackjack advice the author advises hitting a 12 vs. Unfortunately too much of the advice is wrong for me to award the book with a star. Personally I skimmed most of it. One chapter on the new casino games was quite well done. Nobody knows the topic better than her, for she is the Queen of Comps. Some of the greatest minds in gambling have contributed papers. I hope they motivate you to learn more about how to prepare yourself to face the casinos. The book starts with an explanation of what the role of surveillance is, and isn't, in a casino. For the gambler with some experience who just wants to cut down the house edge I would recommend this one over all others. The information and advice are very accurate, and the author is quite witty and descriptive, unlike other gambling writers who can be a bit dry ahem. This is a very good idea for a book covering games difficult to find in most other books. Scarne is one of the pioneers in modern gaming analysis. Bill has the old address on page Other than that a very good job Bill! Overall I find the book enjoyable, educational, truthful, and funny. The author also claims the house edge in Spanish 21 to be 0. Gambling was rated the 4th best gambling book at casinoonline. It is a real page turner and you will probably learn a lot about gambling without realizing it. The book is 8. This book offers plenty of advice to those seeking to profit from online casino bonus incentives. This is a fine, to the point, book covering fifteen games and a chapter on money management. He also neglects to say that the player should opt for double down surrender on 17 against an ace. There is good reading for gamblers at all skill levels. However the strategy advice is so often incorrect that those parts should be ignored entirely. The author spends a lot of time explaining how to look for trends which in the long run will not help the player. Plus there are lots of valuable coupons in the back. There were some minor problems: the blackjack basic strategy is wrong in a few places for examples splitting 9s against a 7 and his explanation of slot machine mechanics is outdated. A very well done job! These plays have an expected return of This book is an easy to read and hard to put down collection of stories about various gamblers and gambling topics. He also goes after some of the biggest names in the world of gambling writers with irreverence, including my own. This book is about the story, emphasis story, behind the Kelly Criterion. One of the most enjoyable books about Las Vegas and gambling on the market. With 13 ranks in the deck the correct odds are just under 1 in This is probably why the author incorrectly advises surrendering on a tie when it is actually better to raise and go to war. In addition there is specific gambling advice by various experts. Many pages are directed towards hole card readers, especially those who play unusual games. If you want a book on nothing but betting systems this would be a good choice. Here is a book I would be proud to have written myself. Just about every page breaks fresh ground, excluding the first edition. This book is in a class by itself. It is all about the legality of advantage play, and what what happens when casino security guards confuse advantage play for cheating. If this book were for you, chances are that you already have it. The writing is very professional and I'm sure a huge amount of work went into its creation. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Here are my personal reviews of a whole host of gambling books. There is lots of discussion about camouflauge, record keeping, and avoiding casinos that are slow or argumentative about paying. The first edition was pages and can be bought on Amazon, and this one triples that to , but is extremely difficult to buy. Written in plain simple English that even the most clueless person should be able to understand. The writing is directed toward the inexperienced player and takes plenty of time to explain the basics. This book is a collection of academic papers covering a host of gambling topics. Actually the house edge using optimal strategy is 5. This book is a collection of interviews of some of the most successful gamblers in the world. Although I skimmed large chunks of the book, I found it to be very well written, balanced, and researched. From golf to backgammon there are plenty of great stories to keep you turning the pages. I would recommend this book for only the most serious advantage players, mainly those exploiting unusual games or hole carders, as well as those with college-level interest in gambling mathematics. The style is much like my own, skipping the chit chat and getting right to the facts. However if you tear out the Casino War pages the other problems are minor enough to merit buying and using. In this book the author covers both casino and non-casino games, from chess to strip poker. Game by game the authors go through the rules, the method of play, the optimal strategy, and the house edge. However, the amount of incorrect information is very high. I respect this book for not trying to sell itself with big promises of easy money as many other books do but rather it is very honest and straightforward about the problems the bonus hustler is likely to encounter. In some of the driest parts, just as your eyes are starting to glaze over, Grosjean surprises you with some very witty humor, often in the footnotes. Jean Scott shows you how to do it. It will be a good resource to have on my bookshelf.