Frank Scoblete

Frank Scoblete

Frank Scoblete grew up in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. He spent the ‘60s getting an education; the ‘70s in editing, writing and publishing; the ‘80s in theatre, and the ‘90s and the 2000s in casino gambling.

Along the way he taught English for 33 years. He has authored 35 books; his most recent publisher is Triumph Books, a division of Random House. He lives in Long Island. Frank wrote the Ultimate Roulette Strategy Guide and he's a well known casino specialist. 

The Big Number Trick at Roulette

In this article I will explain a couple of interesting “tricks” to use at roulette. Mind you, these cannot give you a mathematical edge but they are fun to play and using my money management advice they might reduce the overall negative expectation of the game.
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Frank Scoblete
February 7, 2018

4 Methods on How to Predict Numbers at Roulette

For centuries players have been trying to find methods with which to beat roulette and, at times, they have managed to do so with skill rather than with luck. Relying on luck is not the best way to assure an edge at any casino game.

Please Note: The overwhelming majority of players rely on luck to win at roulette but the casinos rely on luck’s master, math.

There are several methods that have been used to gain an edge at the game, such as:

By
Frank Scoblete
January 4, 2018

Craps Bets: The Basics

So many people want to learn how to play craps, yet the layout looks too complicated and before even making an attempt to learn the game these people flee for the safety of what they consider simpler games such as blackjack, roulette, slots and baccarat. But craps is actually an easy game to play, and it does not take a load of study to learn the proper way to bet.

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Frank Scoblete
January 8, 2017

8 Craps Tips That Will Make You a Better Player

Craps is a great game with great bets. Craps is an awful game with awful bets. You choose which one you want to play. You can play one (the great game) or the other (the awful game) or a combination of both (most players actually play a combination of both).
 

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Frank Scoblete
November 17, 2016