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Blackjack To be a card counter.....

Discussion in 'Blackjack Forum' started by SCAN, Jan 31, 2015.

  1. SCAN

    SCAN New Member Founding Member

    Jan 30, 2015
    If you want to read a good book about one persons story of card counting I recommend Nathaniel Tilton's THE BLACKJACK LIFE.
  2. Admin Team

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  3. zengrifter

    zengrifter Member Lineage to Founders

    Feb 27, 2015
    Serial Entrepreneur
    San Clemente, CA
    Incidentally, Tilton gave me an honorable mention.
  4. Gullywin

    Gullywin Member

    Feb 25, 2023
    Thank you for recommending Nathaniel Tilton's book, "THE BLACKJACK LIFE," which tells the story of one person's experience with card counting. Card counting is a technique used in blackjack to determine the probability of the next card being high or low. Skilled card counters can use this information to adjust their bets and make more money in the long run.

    "The Blackjack Life" is a memoir that chronicles Tilton's journey from a regular gambler to a successful blackjack card counter. The book offers insight into the world of professional gambling, as Tilton shares his experiences of playing in casinos around the world, managing his bankroll, and avoiding detection from casino security.

    The book also delves into the psychology of gambling, as Tilton shares his personal struggles with addiction and his efforts to balance his passion for gambling with his desire to live a fulfilling life.

    Overall, "The Blackjack Life" is an engaging and informative read for anyone interested in the world of professional gambling, especially those interested in learning more about card counting.

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