Beat the Dealer

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Beat the Dealer

A Winning Strategy for the Game of Twenty-One

Edward O. Thorp, Marc Cashman

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The Book That Made Las Vegas Change the Rules
Over 1,000,000 Copies in Print


Edward O. Thorp is the father of card counting, and in this classic guide he shares the revolutionary point system that has been successfully used by professional and amateur card players for generations. This book provides:

o   an overview of the basic rules of the game
o   proven winning strategies ranging from simple to advanced
o   methods to overcome casino counter measures
o   ways to spot cheating 
o   charts and tables that clearly illustrate key concepts

A fascinating read and an indispensable resource for winning big, Beat the Dealer is the bible for players of this game of chance.
 
Includes a Bonus PDF of Strategy Charts


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Edward O. Thorp:
Edward O. Thorp is the author of the best-seller Beat the Dealer: A Winning Strategy for the Game of Twenty-One (Random House 1962, 1966). It presented the first scientific system ever devised for a major casino gambling game and revolutionized the game of blackjack. His book Beat the Market (Random House 1967, coauthored with S.T. Kassouf) helped launch the derivatives revolution that transformed world securities markets. His hedge funds and his personal portfolio have been profitable in 42 of the subsequent 43 years. Based on his work, he and Jay Regan launched the first market neutral hedge fund in 1969. Dr. Thorp, with Claude Shannon, also invented the first wearable computer in 1961 to win at roulette. He has also written Elementary Probability (1966), The Mathematics of Gambling (1984) and numerous mathematical papers on probability, game theory, and functional analysis.


Edward O. Thorp is the author of the best-seller Beat the Dealer: A Winning Strategy for the Game of Twenty-One (Random House 1962, 1966). It presented the first scientific system ever devised for a major casino gambling game and revolutionized the game of blackjack. His book Beat the Market (Random House 1967, coauthored with S.T. Kassouf) helped launch the derivatives revolution that transformed world securities markets. His hedge funds and his personal portfolio have been profitable in 42 of the subsequent 43 years. Based on his work, he and Jay Regan launched the first market neutral hedge fund in 1969. Dr. Thorp, with Claude Shannon, also invented the first wearable computer in 1961 to win at roulette. He has also written Elementary Probability (1966), The Mathematics of Gambling (1984) and numerous mathematical papers on probability, game theory, and functional analysis.

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