Great Blackjack Books

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The game of blackjack combines the excitement of gambling on a game of chance and the high intellect of complicated mathematical strategies that require high skill.

There are plenty of resources online that offer beginners and advanced players information about the game, mathematical analysis of the game and strategy advice for optimal play. However, there are also old-fashioned resources such as books that offer those interested a more in-depth analysis of the game and plenty of card counting techniques.

We covered our Top 10 Blackjack Books in a separate article, and here we wish to inform you of all the blackjack books that did not make the cut to be one of the top 10 but still offer an informative and helpful advice and analysis of blackjack.

Blackjack: Take the Money and Run by Henry Tamburin

An ideal book for any recreational blackjack player who wishes to gain a greater understanding of how to play blackjack and increase their chances of winning. The book is based on three levels of strategic playing for beginners, intermediate and advanced players.

Basic Blackjack by Stanford Wong

A study of basic blackjack strategy by one of the greatest players and theorists the game of blackjack has ever known. The book takes into account blackjack rule variations and offers the appropriate strategy adjustments. The book is recommended for more experienced players who enjoy playing less popular types of blackjack.

The Pro’s Guide to Spanish 21 and Australian Pontoon by Katarina Walker

The first book to offer comprehensive information about the blackjack variant Spanish 21 (also called Australian Pontoon) with detailed card counting system. The book proves that although Spanish 21 is played without 10’s, it is very much open for card counting.

Best Blackjack by Frank Scoblete

The author is an expert gambler and gambling analyzer that offers his blackjack knowledge to new players in a clear way that is not too technical. The book also covers several blackjack variants such as Over Under and Double Exposure Blackjack.

Big Book of Blackjack by Arnold Snyder

One of the greatest blackjack players and commentators has excelled himself with his newest book offering loads of fresh material that includes extensive blackjack history and those who most influenced the game. In addition there is loads of info about how to win at different blackjack variants, side bets, team play and cheating.

Knock-Out Blackjack by Olaf Vancura & Ken Fuchs

This book details the Knock-Out card counting system that is much easier to use than the traditional Hi/Lo counting system because there is no need to convert running counts to true counts. Many players swear by this system and prefer to use it in long sessions of play.

Winning Casino Blackjack for the Non-Counter by Avery Cardoza

This book offers beginners an easy journey through basic blackjack strategy including rule variations. It also provides tips for recognizing when the deck is loaded with tens and aces that benefit the player, without the need to count cards.

Las Vegas Blackjack Diary by Stuart Perry

This book takes the reader on an eight week journey at the blackjack tables and details everything that happened during 269 blackjack playing sessions. The book includes vivid descriptions of dealers and casino staff reactions, interaction with other players and the mental and financial strain caused to the author during those eight weeks.

Blackjack Autumn by Barry Meadow

A gambling quest book telling the true story of one man who attempted to count cards at at least one blackjack table in every casino in the state of Nevada. The story is told in a light and humorous way and offers interesting observations about all he encounters on his quest.

Bringing Down the House by Ben Mezrich

Based on the true story of the MIT Blackjack Team, that won millions at blackjack tables across the USA using card counting technique and blackjack team play. The author took many literary liberties with the true story so the reader is offered a thrilling reading experience that is packed with embellished details.

Ken Uston on Blackjack by Ken Uston

The legendary blackjack player shares real life stories from the blackjack tables and offers a glimpse into the life of a professional blackjack player who won millions using card counting and team play. The book also tells of the numerous times he was barred from casinos and the endless parade of disguises he used to overcome bans.

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