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Casino Confidential: A Pit Boss's Guide to Beating the House

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In Casino Confidential, a veteran pit boss and dealer (who must remain anonymous) takes readers behind the scenes to show where casinos are most vulnerable—and which bets are simply a waste of money. Through chapters on blackjack, Texas hold ’em, roulette, craps, baccarat, slot machines, and more, readers will learn:

• Basic strategy for the most popular casino games
Paperback, 176 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Quirk Books
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This is a really cool book. It is written by a former pit-boss who is giving you all the clues you need to beat the casino, the question is can you do it, or even do it alone. There is everything from craps to slots and the things you need to know to have the best chance. Pick this up if you plan to hit the jackpot, it will help.
Michael Huczek
This book was really good. Gave all the background info since the narrator used to work at casinos. This book will help out with beating the house and just knowing how to play the game right. I would recommend this book mainly to beginners and people interested in gambling/casinos. It is a really good book.
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