• The Life And Times of Ken Uston

    Ken Uston was a natural blackjack player, in that he understood the maths and the game play. So it wasn't long before he was invited to join a professional blackjack team. They would travel from Las Vegas to Europe, visiting one casino after another, and taking each one to the cleaners. But in the end, even the best disguise can't hide your face, and he was banned from all casinos. So Ken turned his hand to video gaming and became a champion at that. He also loved jazz piano and would play daily

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  • Advantage Play in Blackjack

    There are many ways that you an gain an upper hand when playing blackjack at the land based casino. They all fall under the title of advantage play. Essentially, you're finding ways to beat the casino's fixed advantage, also known as the house edge. The most well known method is card counting, though this is less relevant today than it was 20 years ago. Then there are things like trying to spot the dealers down card or marking the backs of the cards themselves. Finally, we have plain cheating.

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  • Blackjack As a Social Game: It’s Not Always About Winning

    People often play blackjack to win big, but the social aspect is as good a reason to become involved in play.

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  • Royal Wins Unveil ‘Hybrid’ Casino Game Developments

    Games featuring both skill and wagering elements will soon be ready for release under design studio Royal Wins.

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  • If the EU States Were Casino Games, Who Would Be Blackjack?

    We’ve taken a look at what casino game relates best to some of the members of the European Union.

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