Get the Edge at Blackjack: Revolutionary Advantage-Play Methods That Work!

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Bonus Books, Nov 25, 2000 - Games - 167 pages
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This book is a blackjack nuclear bomb. There is information in it that has never appeared anywhere except in the secret world inhabited by a handful of elite professional blackjack players. Learn real strategies that not only the casinos don't want you to know, but that many of the greatest blackjack players would prefer to keep all to themselves.

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John May is the founder of New Vantage Group, a Vienna, Virginia, firm that mobilizes private equity into early-stage companies and develops innovative venture funds. Prior to cofounding and organizing hundreds of angel investors into The Dinner Club, he was a partner or advisor to Calvert Social Venture Partners, Solstice Capital, Women's Growth Capital Fund, and the Maryland Enterprise Fund. He is an acknowledged authority on angel investing; cofounded two angel networks, the Investors Circle and the Private Investors Network; and sits on the advisory board of the Mid-Atlantic Venture Association.
Cal Simmons is a longtime angel investor with extensive experience in early-stage private equity. He has invested in more than thirty early-stage companies and is cofounder and manager of several angel investing clubs, including The Dinner Club, eMedia Club, and Washington Dinner Club--all of which are early-stage venture funds that leverage the capital, expertise, and relationships of angel investors to identify, invest in, and grow promising young companies. Prior to his angel investing career, he was a successful entrepreneur, having founded Cal Simmons Travel, which he sold to a public company, and he recently founded ASAP Ventures, a small business incubator. He is a current member and past chairman of the Washington-area chapter of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO).

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