Subtitled "The Compleat Card Counter's Guide to the Casino Game of 21", this is the definitive technical work on the game of blackjack. Authored by the late blackjack luminary Peter A Griffin, this is the go-to resource for anyone who wants to truly understand the intricacies of the game of blackjack.
Be warned, some of the material in this volume is high level math. Even so, regardless of your math background, any serious student of the game will get tremendous value from this book. At a ridiculously low price, I contend that this book offers more interesting insights per dollar than any other blackjack book published before or since.
Griffin's analysis of card counting systems is the basis of the modern efficiency ratings used to compare card counting systems. His chapter titled "The Spectrum of Opportunity" lays out the math behind all card counting systems.
Any serious student of the game should own a copy of this inexpensive staple of blackjack literature.
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