Blackjack Insider Newsletter, January 2003, #37
A WORD FROM HENRY
Happy New Year! We begin this issue of the Blackjack Insider newsletter with LV Pro's review of the new book, Bringing Down the House by Ben Mezrich, a facinating true story of the infamous MIT blackjack team that won millions in Las Vegas. Riverboat Flyer, a skilled blackjack player, reports on his recent trip to Tunica and the good playing conditions and comps that he found. Alene Paone and Frank Scoblete report that the table game play at the Sands in Atlantic City is changing once more. Read the details in their Atlantic City Blackjack Report, which also includes the basic playing strategy for the new game Blackjack Switch. Captain John, our fearless Las Vegas advantage player, reports on blackjack playing conditions in nearby Mesquite, Nevada (very good I might add). Finally, we'll summarize the upcoming blackjack tournaments in our revamped Blackjack Tournament Schedule.
Here's something to consider for the New Year. Have you ever wished you could share your negative (and positive) blackjack casino experiences with casino management? Now you can thanks to the new publication Playback, which is the first casino management e-newsletter based entirely on player input. For more details contact Scotch Henderson (editor) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A reminder - if you come across an unfamiliar blackjack term in one of our articles or reports, see our Blackjack Glossary.
BOOK REVIEW - BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE by LV Pro
Bringing Down The House by Ben Mezrich is a true story about the infamous MIT blackjack team that won millions card counting. Our LV Pro reviews the book and gives it a thumbs-up.
TUNICA TRIP REPORT by Riverboat Flyer
Riverboat Flyer took a holiday trip to the Tunica casinos and reports on how he did (not so well unfortunately) and what he found including where the best blackjack games are located.
ATLANTIC CITY BLACKJACK REPORT by Alene Paone & Frank Scoblete
Alene Paone and Frank Scoblete report on the current blackjack playing conditions in Atlantic City including where to find the best game. They also report on their predictions about the Sands casino (yes they came true) and provide a basic playing strategy for the new game, Blackjack Switch.
LAS VEGAS BLACKJACK REPORT by Captain John
Captain John heads north to nearby Mesquite, NV to report on the very good blackjack playing conditions that he found. He also offers his recommendations on where the current best games are located in Las Vegas.
Check out the schedule of major blackjack tournaments by region in our revamped Blackjack Tournament Report.
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