A large selection of books about casino gambling are shown below.
To see books specifically about poker follow this link: Poker Books
Links are provided to Amazon.com where you can find out more about these books, and if you like, purchase them.
Scroll down to see all the books.
Plenty of gambling books explain how to play the games; that s Gambling 101. Gambling 102 takes you to the next stage, where you re playing the games in the best manner for the least amount of effort. Within these pages, gambling s Wizard of Odds provides the best strategies possible along with the easiest learning curve for all the casino games, from baccarat to video poker, from sic bo to sports betting.
Earn comps and avoid big losses.
Bet wisely, beat the house, and bring home the bucks.
Crazy about casinos, but worried about losing your shirt? Relax! This hands-on guide is filled with insider secrets and tips for maximizing winnings and minimizing losses in the most popular casino games --blackjack, poker, craps, roulette, slots, and more. You get the scoop on everything from game rules and jargon to making the best bets (and knowing when to quit).
This book covers just about every game in the casino's. It will tell you the odds on each, the best strategies ( if there are any ), money management, and the absolute best strategy for blackjack. I have read more than one book on gambling, and this is the most all around informitive book ( as well as up to date ) out there.
In Slot Conquest: How to Beat the Slot Machines! you'll learn new and radically different information to actually beat the slot machines.
Some people just don't get the point. For whatever strange reason, there are people who think that you should be able to "quit your day job" and make money playing slots. In this book, the author makes it plain that slots are machines whose programs provide for a steady house edge. Therefore, mathematically, no slot machine can be played in a manner that would always assure the player of a profit. However, the author also makes it clear that there are "methods", as opposed to "systems", that the knowledgeable, educated, and smart player can use to help win on those slots that offer the best paybacks and winning opportunities. And, he identifies which they are, and shows you how to find them!
Why is there a twelve on the cover of this blackjack book instead of the usual twenty-one? No blackjack author in their right mind would put a hand of twelve on the cover. Glen Wiggy did-he is full of surprises like that. Part how-to manual, part memoir, 1536 Free Waters and Other Blackjack Endeavors-Finding Profit and Humor in Card-Counting chronicles Wiggy's amusing experiences while playing blackjack during more than eight hundred casino visits from January 2001 until June 2008. It also introduces blackjack card-counting in a fun and easy-to-learn format.
You can get a real edge over the house in a few easy-to-master steps in this breakthrough book by casino gaming's #1 author, Frank Scoblete. You will learn how the game of blackjack is really played; traditional basic strategies for one, two, four, six and eight-deck games; little known playing secrets that will actually reduce the house edge; which blackjack games to avoid, which games to play; unique betting tactics to increase your monetary return; the best strategies for Spanish 21 and also how to play winning tournament blackjack.
Blackjack Blueprint:From the first turn of the card to getting out of a foreign country with a suitcase full of
cash, Blackjack Blueprint is the most comprehensive book ever written on learning to play blackjack for profit.
This book covers everything from basic strategy to counting cards, from maximizing potential going solo to playing
on a blackjack team. Casino comps, tournaments, location play,
shuffle tracking, playing in disguise, outwitting the eye in the sky, and other advantage-play techniques--it's all here. Best of all, the techniques you learn in Blackjack Blueprint can be used part-time as a money-making hobby, just as author Rick Blaine has used them for years while pursuing a career in finance.
Play Blackjack Like the Pros is the requisite introduction to the modern game of blackjack, including high and low stakes casino, shoe games (several decks shuffled together), online, and tournaments. Blackwood begins with the basic rules of play and then moves on to teach his proven card-counting method, broken-down into three levels: novice, recreational, and professional. He also covers camouflaging techniques (it's perfectly legal to count cards, but if the house catches you they will kick you out), money management, and team play. Blackwood includes many stories of his and other professionals' triumphs at the tables and keeps the highly technical language that bogs down most gaming books to an absolute minimum.
The world's greatest blackjack player, the legendary Arnold Snyder, shows beginning and advanced players
everything they need to know to beat the game of casino blackjack. From the rules of the game to advanced professional
strategies, Snyder's guidance and advice runs the gamut of strategies needed to successfully beat the casino-with
the odds! Snyder
should know: he's been a professional player and the guru for serious players for more than 25 years. This book includes winning techniques never before published in a nationally distributed book. 27 easy-to-read chapters and tons of tips make the book both profitable and fun.
From basic fundamentals to winning strategies, Dr. Skaff leads players of any level to a greater
understanding of the game of Craps. The fundamentals, including odds and probability are clearly explained so the rules are easy
to follow. If you have ever wondered about the science behind successful odds strategies you have to read this book! Then
he goes beyond the basics to explore different strategies of play.
Dr. Skaff clearly explains how to make bets, which should be made, and why. His more than 30 years of experience make this a must-have for beginners, those with experience, and people who teach or manage the game.