Over the last 50 years, casinos have employed a seemingly endless series of tactics to discourage and intimidate card counters. Still, blackjack remains beatable, and offers enormous profit potential for informed players. Today’s new breed of blackjack player—focused, steadfast, and willing to do what it takes to play with an edge—has refined the practices employed by their predecessors and crafted a new playing paradigm.
Before the explosion of casino gambling in the 1990s, card counters were limited by the number of places at which they could ply their trade. Fearing exposure and expulsion, they sought longevity at the expense of maximizing the power of optimal betting and playing strategies. But in today’s market, with so many casinos large and small from which to choose, the modern-day card counter can eschew apprehension and evasion and meet the game head on.
The 21st-Century Card Counter is a highly authoritative guide to card counting for profit. Written by a blackjack pro who founded the famous Church Team, manages BlackjackApprenticeship.com, leads Blackjack Bootcamps, and has earned his livelihood beating casinos for more than two decades, this book provides all the information and direction you need, along with real-life stories and interviews with active advantage players, to give you the best chance of crushing the casinos in today’s blackjack world.
About the Author: Colin Jones