By Jerry Stich
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This article covers some more complex strategies that might be used in timed tournaments, but would be more suited to those that are not timed.
By Henry Tamburin PH.D.
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In one of my classes at the University of Maryland, our professor gave us a “statistics and probability” project. My presentation shocked the professor when I explained that blackjack could be beaten by using an optimal strategy, and increasing your bets only when the advantage shifted in your favor using a technique known as card counting.
By Michael Kaplan
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Perhaps it is no coincidence that Las Vegas is located only 277 miles away from Hollywood. The short drive across the desert or one-hour flight via private jet provides easy access to casino tables for celebrities who look as striking on casino surveillance monitors as they do on the big screens where they prefer to be seen.
By Nicholas Colon
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Tipping is a complex issue and there is not a universal approach. You just have to feel out the dealer and floor person. I offer some tactics on what to think about when you are tipping and I am certain that there are several more. Using these tactics or coming up with your own will give you additional longevity in your advantage gaming career. And more play equals more money.