BEYOND COUNTING GROSJEAN PDF

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The full name for the book known as Beyond Counting by James Grosjean is actually Beyond Counting: Exploiting Casino Games from Blackjack to Video Poker. Because the name is often shortened, it’s easy to assume that Grosjean’s book is just about counting cards to gain an. RECOMMENDED GAMBLING BOOKS: SUBJECT INDEX. Best Casino Bonuses Online. [Note: For other writings and analysis by James Grosjean, see "%", CTR-Averse Betting, "Scavenger Blackjack," and "Beyond Coupons" in the Blackjack Forum Gambling Library.]. In "Beyond Counting," Grosjean analyzes the mathematical aspects of blackjack card short, James Grosjean is advisor to millions of gamblers the world over.


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Get this from a library! Exhibit CAA: beyond counting. [James Grosjean]. In , James Grosjean updated Beyond Counting. This new iteration of his book is a page opus titled “Exhibit CAA: Beyond Counting. In "Beyond Counting," Grosjean analyzes the mathematical aspects of blackjack card counting, bringing the complex theories down to a level that most readers.

Other Advantage Gambling Lessons A large section of the book is dedicated to another practice that requires a little mental acuity as well as basic strategic information, something the writer calls blackjack shuffle tracking.

Reading the book will help you remember where certain cards are located in the deck so that you can track where they end up, even after a shuffle.

Another method espoused by the author is called roulette wheel clocking, a technique that attempts to teach you how to predict where the bouncing ball will land.

Detecting mechanical bias has been a way of winning at roulette for years. Overall, the book covers a lot of advantage gambling topics in easy-to-understand language. When the writer throws in the math behind finding positive expectation bets, he appeals to those gamblers who approach games, like the writer himself, from a statistical perspective.

Complaining about it is like complaining that Ben Graham's books don't teach you which stock to download for max profits this week. It teaches you how to think, how not to get taken, how to build better surrender traps, whatever you need.

I guarantee At least BC v does. I guess I should clarify that.

Finding a dealer that flashes a corner is trivial. Go to any new or lower-rent casino. Or just find a rookie dealer.

Parx just had a dealer that was flashing down cards in bj21 for a week or more, consistently. This is a very high-quality collection of papers [ Understatement doesn't even begin to describe it.

So this book is clearly not geared towards your average player, unless the average casino visitor is now someone with a Ph. If you're not familiar with minimax, Bayesian analyses, and Markov chains, this is going to be a very frustrating read. Without these "esoteric" looks into the mathematics of gambling, there wouldn't be card counting or many other "advantage" strategies.

So while you personally might not be able to appreciate the significance of some of the equations in here, there's a chance that, as these ideas are pursued, they will filter down to the casino floor.View this page in Russian , courtesy of OpenSourceInitiative. Hole-carding is at least seventy years old-are you seriously trying to make out that is cutting edge?

If not, what you'll find is a collection of fascinating excursions into applied mathematics, which is not in any sense a bad thing. So that would tend to detract from your argument, since the source in question doesn't support it.

But I hate to see some of that brilliance wasted on things like hole-carding. Complaining about it is like complaining that Ben Graham's books don't teach you which stock to download for max profits this week.

Other Advantage Gambling Lessons A large section of the book is dedicated to another practice that requires a little mental acuity as well as basic strategic information, something the writer calls blackjack shuffle tracking.

This is not an introductory book. Who is doing what, and why?

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