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The Winner's Guide to Casino Gambling epub ebook

by Edwin Silberstang

The Winner's Guide to Casino Gambling epub ebook

Author: Edwin Silberstang
Category: Puzzles & Games
Language: English
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks; 4 edition (April 1, 2005)
Pages: 496 pages
ISBN: 0805077650
ISBN13: 978-0805077650
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 400
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Long recognized as the gambler's bible, The Winner's Guide to Casino Gambling is the most comprehensive book in its field has been added to your Cart.

Long recognized as the gambler's bible, The Winner's Guide to Casino Gambling is the most comprehensive book in its field has been added to your Cart.

Silberstang's book is the best casino gambling reference. By Thriftbooks I have given copies of Silberstang's book to several of my friends, and recommend it to everyone. com User, September 16, 1998. Having read a number of books on casino gambling, I find that Silberstang's is the best. and to UNDERSTAND it! I have given copies of Silberstang's book to several of my friends, and recommend it to everyone. Steve "JUNIOR" Sample.

Geography of Gambling. Edwin Silberstang is talking about different locations where gambling is legalized or not forbidden in some forms all over the United States. He says that Washington State and Colorado are not shy about this matter. Then Montana has some table games legal, as well as South Dakota.

Long recognized as the gambler's bible, The Winner's Guide to Casino Gambling has been completely revised . Silberstang shows readers. the best strategies to beat multiple-deck blackjack, including simple but powerful card-counting methods.

Long recognized as the gambler's bible, The Winner's Guide to Casino Gambling has been completely revised and expanded to include new rules and strategies for every major game in the casino, including several popular new ones. This entirely updated fourth. how to exploit the free-odds wager in craps to minimize the house edge. ways to win at the most popular video poker games.

Edwin Silberstang is considered by many in the gambling industry to be its leading authority. His books have sold millions of copies, and The Winner's Guide to Casino Gambling is the culmination of a lifetime of experience in the field.

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Edwin Silberstang knows more about gambling from the inside and outside than any of the other current writers on the subject. I wholeheartedly recommend his expert advice. John Luckman, Publisher, Gambler’s Book Club. See All. About Edwin Silberstang. Edwin Silberstang is a noted authority on all phases of gambling. He lives in Studio City, California. Silberstang shows readers - the best strategies to beat multiple-deck blackjack, including simple but powerful card-counting methods - how to exploit the free-odds wager in craps to minimize the house edge - ways to win at the most popular video poker games - the secrets to the new casino games, such as Three Card Poker and Let It Ride® - what games to play.

Edwin Silberstang, author of popular gambling books and novels, died .

Edwin Silberstang, author of popular gambling books and novels, died Tuesday at his home in Henderson after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was 82. Silberstang wrote more than 50 books, including such gamblers’ bibles as "Playboy’s Book of Games," "The Winner’s Guide to Casino Gambling" and "Winning Casino Craps. He was frequently quoted in the news media as an expert on gambling and served as a consultant on the 1987 movie "Big Town," which starred Matt Dillon as a professional craps player. But Silberstang was most proud of his novels.

The definitive guide to the best strategies at the gambling table-now in a fully revised and updated fourth edition Long recognized as the gambler's bible, The Winner's Guide to Casino Gambling has been completely revised and expanded to include new rules and strategies for every major game in the casino, including several popular new ones. This entirely updated fourth edition remains the most authoritative and comprehensive book in its field, bringing gambling expert Edwin Silberstang's professional secrets and expertise into the twenty-first-century casino.The Winner's Guide to Casino Gambling can literally replace a shelf full of guides to individual games-each chapter is a book of its own. Silberstang shows readers- the best strategies to beat multiple-deck blackjack, including simple but powerful card-counting methods- how to exploit the free-odds wager in craps to minimize the house edge- ways to win at the most popular video poker games- the secrets to the new casino games, such as Three Card Poker and Let It Ride®- what games to play where for the best oddso a winning approach to thinking as a gambler, worth the cost of the entire book
Reviews (7)
Clonanau
This book is definitely a beginner's book. It tells you all of the basic rules and give you a lot of gambling history and very interesting gambling stories but it doesn't really give you some of the deeper strategy that you find in other books. If you are a gambling novice this is the book for you.

komandante
The book is very well written, and easy to read. I enjoyed the Craps and the Baccarat section. It explains the house advantage of various games including Blackjack and some of the poker games to name a few. It includes most if not all Vegas games.

Leyl
nothing more to say

Ffan
I purchased this book while attending a wedding in Las Vegas. I saw it in the hotel gift shop and did the touristy thing-- I bought a book about gambling in Las Vegas. I'm glad I did.
Silberstang has written an easy to follow primer on the most common gambling games that you will find in a casino. His book covers the classic table games-blackjack, craps, roulette (both American and European versions), baccarat, and keno. He also explores recent casino additions-Caribbean Poker, Let It Ride, and video poker. Slot machines, casino operation, and credit are even discussed.
Unlike some of the drivel I have read about gambling, Silberstang dispels some of the myths associated with gambling "systems." He clearly explains the games with examples, and gives the odds and demonstrates which bets favor the house (and by how much).
This was an interesting and enlightening read.

fabscf
I live in New Mexico where you can't find a table with less than 5x odds on craps at the Indian Casinos. After years of marginal returns, my play is now much cleaner and profitable using Silberstang's techniques (play the line & Come, w/max odds). The dealers love when we arrive at the table. I play on the line for the dealers with 5x odds, along with my bets. (The energy is unmatched when there are at least 4 others at the table hoping you hit your point!). I've run into craps dealers and they confirm off the record that the propositional bets are pure profit "CHUMP" bets for the house.

My husband is a PhD mathematician and agrees with the statitics and odds stated in this well written book.

Golkree
I bought this book because I wanted to learn how to play table games in casinos for recreation. After buying, reading and returning many other books on gambling, I realized that this is the only gambling book one needs. Silberstang covers game rules in detail, plus he clearly makes his point: all casino games have a house edge, which can't be overcome. Therefore to win, you can only choose games and bets with the smallest house advantage: blackjack, craps and baccarat. He provides solid strategies on how to play these games to minimize the impact of the house edge and take advantage of winning situations. Finally he explores the topic of money management in great detail and provides the most important advise: leave a winner.
My only complaint is that the book is a little outdated: it's nearly impossible to find single-deck blackjack in casinos. Additionally I learned that some variations of Video Poker can give a player an edge with perfect play, however the author doesn't cover these variations of the game.
I think that this book will help you find a game and a strategy, which best suits your playing style. I personally like his aggressive craps strategy for wrong bettors, although I think the strategy can be made more concervative by placing hedge pass bets without odds each time.

Mr.Twister
I read Edwin Silberstang's book a long time ago and I am pleased that his analyses and ideas are still around. This man knows the math of the games and he also recommends usually good ways to play. He understands the gamblers too and knows that most of them are looking for "action" which is really just "more losses."

Any gambling library should have this book.

Author of Golden Touch Dice Control Revolution!

Although I'm a little troubled by the title--I don't like to encourage dreams of making it rich through gambling--Silberstang delivers solid information that any intermediate gambler with dreams of moving on up the ladder shouldn't be without. A different approach from my "Casino Gambling the Smart Way," but well worth its modest investment!

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