Don Schlesinger is a gaming mathematician and the author of one of the most successful blackjack books of all time – Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros’. Blackjack Attack has 4 ratings and 0 reviews. Blackjack Attack is the answer book that can solve problems and settle arguments. For the truly dedicated p. BlackjackAttack: Playing the Pros’ Way, by Don Schlesinger, is one of those few Blackjack Attack is the “answer book,” the book that every professional player.
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In this chapter Don shares some of the responses that he contributed to various issues of the Blackjack Xon newsletter. From the early years, people wrote letters to him asking him questions about blackjack and once the Internet began offering forums he taught through those channels. For everyone else, skip ahead to… Chapter 7 Don starts by clarifying a few schlesingef of team bankroll splits and payouts, but the bulk of this chapter is a sample handbook for card counting teams.
atyack The specifics of the handbook would be modified by the players for different types of team play and different team structures, but having a basic framework will save a lot of time. Refresh and try again. This chapter almost feels like the final pep talk before the coach sends a new player onto the field in the final quarter.
Once you know the SCORE you will be able to find the most profitable games and plan your trips accordingly. Av rated it liked it Mar 07, A big advantage of this method is that the reader can experiment with various strategies and tweak their betting spread using a simple spreadsheet, which avoids the time and hassle of having to run a computer simulation every time.
Given a specific game, which system is the best?
Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros’ Way
He was always a teacher, first of French and mathematics and then of blackjack. This is the final piece to the puzzle.
Nathaniel Tilton rated it it was amazing Jan 15, While one or two betting restrictions may only have a moderate effect on your advantage, the additional risk in terms of bankroll swings and distance to the long run may be unacceptable. They cover such subjects as: This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The only fair criticism that I can come up with is that those who already have all of Schlesinger’s Blackjack Forum articles have the majority of information contained in this book.
Hk marked it as to-read Sep 25, Beginning card counters will save a lot of time by focusing on these deviations first and adding the rest as they go.
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His book covers all of the mathematical questions and answers that he has uncovered through the years, from camouflage to risk analysis, team play and optimal betting. Don Schlesinger has been a Blackjack mentor both online and in print for well over 30 years. This is something that all players blackjjack understand before they ever make a bet. Christopher Reynolds marked it as to-read Jul 24, All of the computer simulations have been updated and refined in this latest, much expanded, edition.
This is an advanced book to be read by anyone who has or is starting to learn card counting and then later read again and used for reference. Every casino is different and you may even find significant differences between tables in the same casino.
This will be a striking eye-opener to beginning players and a somber reminder for experienced players. Additionally, the charts will give the aspiring player more realistic expectations regarding their win rate and level of risk. If you’re just starting out, set this book aside for now, but once one has already learned, practiced, and used a Blackjack card counting system, this book will become a gold mine of information on how to take one’s game to the next level.
Don starts by clarifying a few aspects of team bankroll splits and payouts, but the bulk of this chapter is a sample handbook for attackk counting teams.
To ask other readers questions about Blackjack Attackplease sign up. This book is NOT a basic text on blackjack or card counting. Joe added it May 15,