Books are a great medium to get information on any topic. However, due to the Internet revolution, we tend to leave books aside to fish small compact pieces of information from the Internet.
The Internet can be very helpful, but those who would like to have a comprehensive and complete insight into the topic may be neglected with the Internet.
Our website will provide you with everything you need to know about playing blackjack. More experienced players may find advanced strategies and tips helpful to increase your chances of winning.
However, for those who want a deeper understanding of the game of blackjack, buy one of the blackjack books written by professional players and mathematicians who share their knowledge with the world. Here is a top 10 list of books we recommend:
Beat the Dealer by Edward O. Thorp
A bestseller released 40 years ago and describes Thorp’s strategy, card counting system and details, the test he did using the MIT supercomputer to test card counting strategies. This book was the first significant piece of evidence that card counting works and that the house edge can be reduced and the player’s chances of winning increased.
Million dollar blackjack by Ken Uston
This book published 20 years ago, is one of the classics, written by one of the best blackjack players and card counters of all time. The book offers five levels of strategic blackjack from beginner to professional, all based on Uston’s broad scoring system. In addition, the book tells many stories from the street about many professional players.
Blackbelt in blackjack by Arnold Snyder
This book is more for beginners, which explains a lot of tips and tricks and helps the players to use a good strategy right from the start. The book contains an ABC of card counting techniques and explains how to best master them. In addition, it indicates that you should be careful and explains what you have to do to avoid being exposed. The book is perfect for every (advanced) beginner.
Playing Blackjack as a Business by Lawrence Revere
At the time of publication, it was the best book on the market. It is no longer up to date, but is still suitable for anyone who wants to master the game. The book explains the math behind the card counting system. It also offers colored strategy tables that make it easy to remember and 3 basic card counting systems.
Professional blackjack by Stanford Wong
One of the absolute bestsellers on this list. It includes every level of card counting strategies from beginner to professional. The card counting systems are explained for almost every variation of blackjack, and the very unusual rules and systems of blackjack are also dealt with. It also provides statistical analysis of the game and is more recommended for players who already have some game experience.
Theory of Blackjack by Peter Griffin
One of the best blackjack books written by one of the most talented blackjack analysts. Written 25 years ago, it still has the most in-depth mathematical analysis of blackjack play to date. The book is not recommended if you hate math or just want to play casually without delving into the math in the game.
Blackjack Attack by Don Schlesinger
This book was written by a lesser known blackjack strategist who is
very respected in blackjack circles . However before reading this book, you should have some experience with blackjack and card counting systems.
Burning the Tables in Las Vegas by Ian Andersen
A continuation of his 1970s book called Turning Tables in Las Vegas. The book is mainly about how to go undetected in the casino and how to best hide card counting activity. Andersen is a very mysterious person about whom very little is known, except that he has a few doctorates and has speculated on the stock market.
The World Greatest Blackjack Book by Lance Humble
The book published 20 years ago, deals with the High-Opt I and High-Opt II card counting strategies. It also contains some more complicated card counting systems. This book is recommended for beginners as well as advanced players who are advised to skip the first part and go straight to the complicated strategies.
Blackjack blueprint by Rick Blaine
This book illuminates every aspect of the exciting game of blackjack. It explains the basic strategy, card counting techniques, team play methods, mixed techniques, blackjack tournaments and how to cheat at blackjack. This book is excellent for advanced beginners as written in a very consistent language.