Blackjack books

On this page we will list some good books that can help you improve your game. These books have been choose not only because we like them, but also due to the fact that they have received good customer reviews on Amazon and other online book sites to make sure that we are not the only ones who appreciate them.

Beginner books

Blackjack: Play Like The Pros

Blackjack: Play Like The Pros by John Bukofsky (Jul 1, 2006) is a good book for beginners and intermediate players who want to improve their game by perfecting their strategy without going to far into betting systems and card counting. No previous knowledge of black jack is needed to understand this book and anyone can use it to become a better gambler. If you have played for a long time this is likely not the book for you. This book is endorsed by poker player Phil Hellmut.

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Blackjack Blueprint: How to Play Like a Pro... Part-Time (Gambling Theories Methods)

Blackjack Blueprint: How to Play Like a Pro... Part-Time (Gambling Theories Methods) by Rick Blaine is another book that is suitable for beginners. It is a very comprehensive book spanning over 350 pages and is one of the most complete black jack books on the market. This book will teach you everything you need to know to play black jack like a pro.

Intermediate books:

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Blackjack Bluebook II - the simplest winning strategies ever published

Blackjack Bluebook II - the simplest winning strategies ever published by Fred Renzey is a good book for players who have played for a while but still feel that they need to learn more to become accomplished players. The book can also be recommended to ambitious beginners who want to improve their game quickly.

Advanced Blackjack Books

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Blackjack for Blood: The Card-Counters' Bible, and Complete Winning

Blackjack for Blood: The Card-Counters' Bible, and Complete Winning Guide by Bryce Carlson is a book for those who already mastered the basic strategies of black jack and want to take their game to the next level by learning to count cards and how to best use it to their advantage in casinos. It is a good introduction for everyone who is ready to start counting cards, a practice that does require basic math skills although well within most individuals capabilities.

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Knock-Out Blackjack: The Easiest Card-Counting System Ever Devised (Gambling Theories Methods)

Knock-Out Blackjack: The Easiest Card-Counting System Ever Devised (Gambling Theories Methods) by Olaf Vancura and Ken Fuchs is another book designed to teach you how to win at black jack by counting cards. It is a good choice for anyone who wants to learn and focus on a single card counting technique.