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101 Things You Didn’t Know about Casino Gambling

Cover your ass, Befriend Lady Luck and Beat the House… Every time

casino 101 unknown things about Casino GamblingOn Sale December 2005
Trade Paperback, 5 1/2″ x 6 1/4″, 256 pages

The chatter of chips on the blackjack table. The spin of the roulette wheel. The cha-ching of the slot machines.

Who can resist the casino’s lure? These days, gambling is everywhere–it’s legal in forty-eight states, you can play on the Internet any hour of the day or night, it’s even on your TV. But gambling is also serious business, and if you’re serious about being a real casino player, you need some solid strategies. In 101 Things You Didnít Know about Casino Gambling, you’ll learn how to:

  • Beat the systems behind your favorite games of chance
  • Avoid the casino’s worst sucker bets–at all costs
  • Use handheld video poker to help get your game on
  • Work column strategy to improve your roulette chances
  • Maximize your slot-pulling potential

And that’s just the start! You’ll also get a slice of Vegas life, from Elvis’s first-time bomb in Vegas, to a trans-gendered lounge singer, and even some Sin-City specters. Stick with these entertaining, informative tips, and you’ll be riding with Lady Luck–and laughing all the way home from the casino!

Justin Cord Hayes has a Masters in English from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and his writing expertise includes Las Vegas and gambling. While working for Las Vegas Weekly, he wrote features on a variety of subjects, from the Casino Legends Hall of Fame, to Las Vegas hauntings. Currently a reporter for the News & Record, he lives in High Point, NC, with his wife Nicole and their son Parker John.

By Justin Cord Hayes