Included in this Special Report are the 10 key decisions that I have been teaching our students since writing my first book on blackjack in 1978. My many years of gambling instruction, casinoJerry Patterson is an internationally known gaming author, player, and instructor and has written five gambling books. The two most popular are 'Casino Gambling: A Winner’s Guide to Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat and Casino Poker 'and 'Blackjack: A Winner’s Handbook.' Jerry's website is www.sharpshootercraps.com play, and gambling system research and development have given me a unique perspective on how to teach even an occasional gambler how to beat the house in Blackjack, Craps and Roulette.
As an example, in the 2001 edition of Blackjack: A Winner’s Handbook, the chapter on “State-of–the-Art Systems” includes techniques for “targeting” a winning blackjack table that does not require hard-to-use card counting methods.
Most gamblers know or have read that “card counting” can be used to overturn the house odds to favor the player. In fact, well-publicized blackjack teams have taken thousands of dollars out of the casinos using card-counting methods.
But what many gamblers do not understand is that much study and practice are required to attain a very small edge, and that the edge is only achievable by playing perfectly and to the long run (thousands of hands).
The good news is that we developed a method to win at blackjack without card counting. Tips from our Blackjack Target Course are included in this Special Report along with tips from our Craps and Roulette Courses and tips to enhance the other game decisions you make every time you visit a casino.
These tips are designed to get you into games where you have a better chance of winning. Winning is what it’s all about – the excitement of chips flowing your way during the session and going home afterwards with a “feel-good” sense of accomplishment.
Regarding Craps and Roulette, it is not generally known that the house odds in these two games can also be nullified and turned to a positive edge by skilled players using advantage play methodologies.
Casino Gambling, A Winner’s Guide to Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat and Casino Poker, started a “dice control revolution” when the updated millennium edition was published in 2000.
Teaching you how to control the dice is beyond the scope of this Special Report, but I will give you two tips to help you recognize craps players who possess this skill and a tip to find craps tables where the shooter is hot, throwing lots of numbers, and the players are in a winning cycle.
Craps has always been my favorite because of the excitement created by a hot table, the camaraderie of the players beating the house, and chips flowing my way after almost every roll (when the table is hot).
Dice control can make this happen. I regard my development of a dice control learning program as perhaps my most satisfying accomplishment in 25 years of teaching gamblers how to win.
In roulette, many dealers tend to repeat “near identical” conditions in many of their spins – not consciously, but due largely to rote, repetition, or muscle memory. These dealers exhibit what we have termed “dealer signatures.”
Although the techniques for identifying these signatures are also beyond the scope of this report, I have included a couple of easy-to-use tips that you can use to detect a dealer signature if the required conditions are present.
In summary, in this Special Report I will provide you with information that will improve your chances of winning, and tips that you will be excited to put into play. Doing so will increase your chances of winning every time you visit a casino.
It is more fun to go home breaking even than leaving your money behind. It feels especially good to go home with some of the casino’s money and plan what to do with your winnings. That’s what these 10 tips and decisions are all about.
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