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Common Sense Card Counting: "How I Got Banned From The World's Top Casinos" [NOOK Book]

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It’s every gambler’s dream to sit down at a black jack table and immediately win so much money they throw you out of the casino. That’s happened to Ryan more than a few times. Turns out, casinos don’t like it when you beat them, especially when you do it counting cards.

And card counting is actually easier than you think. You don’t need a degree from MIT to make a ton of money. Ryan’s been doing it since he was old enough to gamble and he’s ...
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Overview

It’s every gambler’s dream to sit down at a black jack table and immediately win so much money they throw you out of the casino. That’s happened to Ryan more than a few times. Turns out, casinos don’t like it when you beat them, especially when you do it counting cards.

And card counting is actually easier than you think. You don’t need a degree from MIT to make a ton of money. Ryan’s been doing it since he was old enough to gamble and he’s made hundreds of thousands of dollars along the way. And in this two-part interview you’ll hear all about his system.

According to Ryan, even though counting cards is a numbers game, there’s really no complicated math involved. In fact, he says the average 6th grader could “beat the casino” using his techniques because there’s really only about 15 things you need to memorize, and after a little practice, those 15 things come second nature.

Part One Ryan is full of wild memories about how he and his friends have wreaked havoc on casinos. And in Part One, you’ll hear about two of his most exciting nights, along with a few success stories from his gambling students.

You’ll Also Hear Tips From His System Including…

Why you should never play with emotion – even when it feels like you’re on a roll

How to “maintain your percentage” by not over-betting or under betting

What kind of a bankroll you need to get started

Why you’ll want to practice at home before you go out for the real deal

Why playing in teams is easier and more profitable, but what you’ll need to watch out for

A surefire sign that the pit boss is on to you

Part Two Ryan’s techniques may also come with a few perks. And in Part Two, you’ll hear how Ryan and his friends have earned “high roller” status more than a few times using his techniques – with everything comped including a penthouse suite!

You’ll Also Hear

Tips on how to throw off security with strategic betting

Examples of how amateur gamblers have blown it by not knowing how and when to play the odds

Some of the tactics pit boss’s have used to try to outsmart Ryan and his friends and how they were outsmarted themselves

Examples of the kind of money Ryan has won in a single night

Who can benefit from his seminars

Even though counting cards isn’t illegal, you don’t want to get caught doing it. Casinos will throw you out if they suspect something, and then your fun is over. Ryan has had this happen to him many times, so he knows how most casino security systems work. And his seminars include tips on how to avoid getting caught.

So if you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to take the casino’s money for a change, this is the interview for you. Ryan is a professional gambler who can teach you everything you need to know about counting cards and beating casinos. You’ll be surprised how much you can make when you take the “luck” out of gambling, and play the odds instead.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013329621
  • Publisher: Michael Senoff
  • Publication date: 10/3/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 695,277
  • File size: 28 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2012

    worst waste of money...wish I could get a refund

    This is some guy basically making up a story about getting banned...book is about 20 pages...basically he watched a movie and put into words and inserted himself in the film to make you think it was him..big ripoff

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