Gambling industry continues to expand rapidly. This book educates gamblers to improve their odds and play more responsibly by covering official rules and precise odds in games such as blackjack, poker and even sleight-of-hand tricks.
This gambling book also provides tips for bankroll management and etiquette, and details casino games with their odds and how to overcome them.
1. Roll the Bones: A History of Gambling
No matter if you are an amateur or experienced gambler, having a firm grasp on casino games and their odds is essential to successful gambling. Peter Svoboda’s Win at Gambling provides an excellent introduction for beginners covering terminology and principles of each casino game.
This book chronicles the history of gambling from caveman-era knucklebones to Internet cybergambling in an accessible manner. Schwartz successfully bridges between history and pop culture to make this book easy to read.
This book equips players to make smarter bets by explaining simple strategies that reduce house edges. Additionally, this guide offers tips on winning at popular casino games like poker and blackjack – making this essential reading for anyone aiming to increase their odds of success in any casino game.
2. Fortune’s Formula: The Untold Story of the Scientific Betting System That Beat the Casinos and Wall Street
If you are an avid gambler curious to gain more insight into how casinos operate, this book provides a fascinating look behind-the-scenes and shows how professional gamblers have used their skills to beat casinos and walk away with millions.
This gambling book shows you how to succeed at casino games through simple strategies that reduce the house edge and offer precise odds and house percentages for different games. Furthermore, you will gain information regarding official rules, odds and house percentages for various casino titles.
This gambling book tells the true tale of four blackjack players who used their MIT math knowledge to develop a card-counting system that won them millions, later made into two hit movies. A must read for any gaming enthusiast, this story explores fate, responsibility and loyalty in its original context.
3. The Slot Machine Answer Book
Grochowski offers answers to numerous inquiries about slot machines. From history lessons like reel symbols like fruits and bars to dispelling myths like whether a machine is “due” for a win, Grochowski covers everything.
This book presents strategies and advice on how to increase one’s odds of success at casino games. Readers gain knowledge of official rules, precise odds and house advantages as well as ways to reduce them; bankroll management techniques as well as gambling etiquette tips are also provided.
More people than ever before now identify as being addicted to various substances and behaviors ranging from alcohol and drugs, prescription meds, sex, pornography and video poker – yet our understanding of addiction remains stuck in outdated ideas and treatments. This book brings the real-world drama and high stakes excitement of gamblers’ search for that ideal bet to life.
4. The Casino Marketing Book
The Casino Marketing Book is an indispensable resource for those involved in the gambling industry. It covers an array of topics relating to customer relationship management and digital marketing; plus it addresses unique obstacles casinos encounter when marketing their products.
Harry Findlay, an experienced gambler, wrote this book to share his knowledge and skills. This guide covers strategies for playing blackjack, video poker and other casino games while dispelling any notion that gambling relies solely on intuition or luck; showing readers how they can beat the odds!
Many books and gambling guides leave readers with the misconception that only high rollers can benefit from gambling, yet Owning Mahowny shows that low stakes players can also reap big rewards from betting.
5. Casino Royale
Gambling requires skill and know-how. These gambling books offer tips and strategies designed to increase players’ odds of success while dispelling any myths about luck-based betting by providing proven strategies that increase chances of victory.
This book tells the tale of a young woman using her card-playing talents to support herself and her aunt in 18th-century London. Due to her inborn skill, two lucrative offers arise from two wealthy noble families–one from her own lord of family while another from another noble house–but she turns down both offers due to their being too tempting for her taste. Her story is both engaging and instructive–teaching readers how to play poker without going bust while taking full advantage of casino comps to maximize profits.