With the help of the easy-to-master steps in this book, even a novice gambler can go from being a traditional blackjack player to a card counter -- an advantage player with a true edge over the house. For a dozen years, Frank Scoblete was a devastating card-counter, consistently beating casinos in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Tunica, Mississippi and angering the casino bosses by knowing more about how to win money than almost anyone who ever challenged a casino. He employed sophisticated methods, including card-counting and little-known advantage-play techniques to turn the tables on the house. Now Frank, known as an icon of the gambling industry, shares with readers everything he knows about beating casinos at blackjack, including techniques for one, two, four, six, and eight deck games such as "end play", "the fat finger method", "card groupings" and several card counting systems that are easy to learn, but powerful and effective to play. This is an essential resource for any gambler looking to succeed at the blackjack table.
Frank Scoblete is a true Renaissance man. He has written over 20 books, two plays, countless articles and columns printed throughout the world, is a patent and gaming consultant, was a stage actor for 12 years, and has been the featured speaker at hundreds of symposiums and festivals. He lives in New York with his wife, Alene Fannie Scoblete. He has two grown sons.