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BBInBJ_Snyder_2005_90x135_blue.jpg (4208 bytes)Blackbelt in Blackjack
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A book by Arnold Snyder

Subtitled: Playing 21 as a Martial Art.

After being out of print for several years the classic guide to beating the casinos is available again in 2005. 

From the back cover:  For years, Blackbelt in Blackjack -- which has earned players millions upon millions of dollars -- considered the underground bible for beating the game.  This classic guide is completely updated with brand new information for today's games, and now, for the very first time, available to you.

This step-by-step blueprint for beating the casinos covers everything: The rules, basics of play, betting strategies for beginning and advanced players, professsional techniques, and much more -- so that no matter your skill level, you'll have the winning edge against single and multiple-deck games. 

This is blackjack as a martial art, 21 power-packed chapters targeted for players looking to win real money.  There are secrets revealed in these pages that the casinos don't want you to know, and for good reason:  They are the techniques the pros use to make their living at the casinos' expense!  Whether you're an amateur taking your first steps, or a pro out to make a killing, this book shows you everything you need to know to be a winner!

"Must read.  One of the most important books in a generation for intelligent players seeking a way to get an edge at the tables.  One of the all-time classics."
-- Howard Schwartz proprietor, Gamblers Book Shop, Las Vegas

"This is one of the greatest blackjack books ever written.  This is a monumental work by the game's foremost authority.  If you play to win, you have to own this book."
-- Avery Cardoza, million-selling gambling author. 

Last Update 04/26/05