The Casino Crossroader II: A Licence To Print Money Christopher Shilling

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The Casino Crossroader II: A Licence To Print Money  by  Christopher Shilling

The Casino Crossroader II: A Licence To Print Money by Christopher Shilling
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This book is how to really beat the casino, and this is the book casinos would like to ban! Do not place another bet on ANYTHING until you read this book!Many people think that casinos are run by gangsters and only the casino ever wins - wrong!OrMoreThis book is how to really beat the casino, and this is the book casinos would like to ban!

Do not place another bet on ANYTHING until you read this book!Many people think that casinos are run by gangsters and only the casino ever wins - wrong!Or that casinos are for millionaires only and that the minimum bet is $10,000 - also wrong!Most casinos are highly regulated, licensed and policed, rely on volume and lots of people win every night of the week.Based upon the authors personal experiences from both sides of the table (as dealer and professional gambler) this book is full of true stories about the colourful characters who go to make up most casinos clientele and staff.Learn how to dodge the pitfalls of the casino world by using my long-proven Golden Rules on how, when, where and what to play, what to avoid and learn the casino tricks on how they keep you playing until youve lost your winnings back.Luck is like the tide, it flows back and forth, but the professional gambler knows how to take advantage of the tides of luck, playing against dealers whos luck is out whilst avoiding hot dealers on a winning streak.It is also crucial to know the odds- for example, did you know that the odds in the game of blackjack often favour the players, so waiting for the odds to favour you BEFORE you place a bet is a very sensible thing to do!But most blackjack players have been misinformed on how to play properly- many think they are playing the dealers card and go on to bust themselves before the dealer even takes a card - thus the casino rakes in a massive profit before it has even earned it!

The switched-on player should never take a card if they can go bust!And the player should never increase his bets when a shoe becomes favourable - this just broadcasts to the casino you have been waiting for the right moment and that you are counting cards - an easy way to get barred!Surely it is better to wait for the right moment, keep your bets modest, win $500 and walk away (regularly and long-term), rather than getting barred!Note: it is a very sensible idea to avoid American Roulette (with two zeros and thirty eight pockets) since the odds vary from 5.26% to 7.89% in favour of the house, i.e.

worse than twice as bad as single zero, European roulette (1.35%-2.7%).And did you know that you should only play against a dealer who you have seen paying out (and avoid the hot/lucky dealers).And learn from something that most experienced Chinese players do, which is never to place a bet on roulette before the spin - because the dealer might deliberately try to spin to miss you!Advice is also given regarding online gambling and what games and odds you should avoid.But this is not just a dry, how-to-play manual for players!

It is an adventure packed with true stories about big losers, big winners, colourful casino punters, greedy casino managers, ridiculous casino stupidity, crooked croupiers and all the dos and donts youll ever need.If you are already playing in casinos but losing overall then for £12.99/$19.99 I will stop you losing and turn your losses into wins - and please DO NOT buy Book Two until you have won over £600/$1,000 from the insider info in Book 1!Winning money in a casino is wonderful, but the key to successful play is to be in as favourable position as possible BEFORE you place your first bet and then hammer away at them using the casinos money while the odds favour YOU - and then WALK AWAY and spend the winnings elsewhere!



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