After pumping dollars into the slot machine and staring at a screen, you get up and notice the table games section of the casino. Brightly lit from can lights shining downward and the crisp green felt of the line of games, making you think of the cash in your wallet or purse.
There is a row of blackjack tables. Some have a dealer standing with their hands clasped idly in front of them or pressed along the cushion running along the felt. They stare at the gamblers roaming the casino, eagerly awaiting the next person to place a chip and test their luck. Other tables are crammed with players, the people behind them shifting to look over their shoulder, and you hear the loud clasp of a hand and the cheer of the table, "Blackjack!"
Some tables are hot, some are just warming up, and some are presided over by a cruel dealer who seems to have the luck that any player would crave.
The truth is it is all in the cards, each one shuffled meticulously by man or machine and dealt out randomly. The dealer has the same luck you do.
That's the fun of it though.
What this book will teach you:
Zero content here. Don't need a "book" to tell you NOT to put a drink on the felt or hold cigarettes under the table to be polite. Please save your money.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Decent information but requires multiple reads to take the information in because it doesn't go into a lot of detail.
Don't buy this book!
Lots of inaccuracies and misinformation
Not for beginners and certainly not for the advanced