Don Schlesinger is a gaming mathematician and the author of one of the most successful blackjack books of all time – Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros’. Blackjack Attack has 4 ratings and 0 reviews. Blackjack Attack is the answer book that can solve problems and settle arguments. For the truly dedicated p. BlackjackAttack: Playing the Pros’ Way, by Don Schlesinger, is one of those few Blackjack Attack is the “answer book,” the book that every professional player.
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It also has all the TC frequencies that you will need to make your own spreadsheets from chapter 2. Want to Read saving…. The correlation between math and gaming had always interested him, and learning that blackjack was a beatable game he became very interested in learning how to use mathematics to gain an edge.
For the beginning card counter who has not invested in or developed a simulator, this chapter will be your bible. To close out the chapter, Don discusses the probability of being ahead after playing for a blakcjack number of hours. Tracy rated it really liked it Nov 01, Using these formulas you can determine your bankroll size for any degree of risk that you are willing to take.
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Eventually, he compiled all of his teachings into Blackjack Attack: He often repeats that his objective is not to win the most money but to be welcomed back. Robert Lux rated it it was amazing Jul 24, Retrieved from ” https: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Kevin Lin marked it as to-read Feb 26, Part II covers risk-averse indices, which are basic strategy deviations that are optimized to maximize profit rather than just EV.
Many hearts will collapse when they realize how much work and variance! Blackjack Attack is primarily a collection of Schlesinger’s articles that have been published in Arnold Snyder’s Blackjack Forum since Stanford Wong Risk and Reward: Joe Lanham rated it really liked it Dec 28, In short, it claims that a true count that occurs early in the game is not worth as much as the same true count much later in the game.
We also get “Attacking the Shoe”, where Schlesinger explains the rationale behind his now famous “Illustrious 18” decision indices. His work in the field has spanned almost four decades. This chapter is fairly small but Don manages to pack a lot of information into it.
Additionally, the often misunderstood “Floating Advantage” is explained here with extreme clarity. It also features revised and expanded tables of effects of removal, for playing and betting, which improve on the work of the legendary Peter Griffin.
Dustin Scott marked it as to-read Sep 24, This is, without a doubt, the second Blackjack book that every card counter should own. Linda marked it as to-read Mar 27, Your Hard-Headed, No B. The steps are laid out clearly and the reader can easily apply these calculations to their own playing style and blackhack conditions.
Chris Lam added it Apr 17, He is the author of the book Blackjack Attack – Playing the Pros’ Waycurrently in its third edition, which is considered schlesigner of the most sophisticated theoretical and practical studies of the game to date.
You can buy Blackjack Attack here. Is it worth driving another hour to a casino that has a decent attwck game? His book covers all of the mathematical questions and answers that he has uncovered through the years, from camouflage to risk analysis, team play and optimal betting.
He began learning blackjck to count cards inlearning from Playing Blackjack schlesjnger a Business by Lawrence Revereand has been counting cards ever since. More importantly, Don takes the time to walk us through the process of answering each question. Given a specific game, which system is the best? Not only does this chapter help the reader to understand the effects of different playing styles and bet spreads by putting actual dollar amounts on them, it also begins to show them the importance of good game selection.
About the Author Don Schlesinger has been a Blackjack mentor both online and in print for well over schlezinger years. This will be a striking eye-opener to beginning players and a somber reminder for experienced players. Don is the guy who figured out the Illustrious 18 among other things So the guy is definitely a math whiz!
Sam Huynh marked it as to-read Sep 21, Preview — Blackjack Attack by Don Schlesinger. Lists with This Book.
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To ask other readers questions about Blackjack Attackplease sign up. Most of my Blackjack books have only slight wear from being read once or twice, but this one shows the marks of being used. This chapter will help card counters to develop a cover strategy that still gives them a fighting chance against the casino while also encouraging them to find other cheaper methods of camouflage.
My only issue with the book is that you really need to know what you’re doing to read some of his tables. For anyone considering buying Blackjack Attack, we would recommend the 3rd Edition as it contains a lot of expanded content.