The Gambling Handbook

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BOOKSALES Incorporated REMAINDERS, 2006 - Games - 192 pages
You don't need luck, you need The Gambling Handbook: the concise, practical and above all, sensible, guide to maximizing your winnings and keeping your shirt where it belongs - on your back. All the popular casino games are covered individually: from blackjack to roulette, slots to spread betting and including a definitive section on all the popular versions of poker. For each game The Gambling Handbook will teach how to play and how to win: there are concise explanations of the rules and tactics, step-by-step illustrated examples of play, straightforward clarifications of the odds, complete with winning strategies and pro tips. The Gambling Handbook also covers where to play - from cyberspace to Las Vegas, it examines casino etiquette, and it explains house percentages. It even includes gudelines for safe gaming and money management.

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About the author (2006)

Peter French is a bookshop manager, music reviewer and self-taught gambler. He is the winner of numerous poker tournaments and a profitable sports better. Peter admits to having made all the usual novice's mistakes before learning to win money consistently but points out that this makes him the perfect author for a beginner's guide.

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