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    A story of greed, deceit, greed, power, deception, and murder unfold between a powerful mafia boss and a newly bankrupt casino as they compete over a casino empire. The stakes are high: not only do they have to defeat one another to gain control of the casino that they secretly own, but the results of their battle is going to have an effect on their business and their lives. When the tables begin to turn, one man’s life is changed forever. This book is a quick read with tons of action.

    "Joker Seven: The Making of America’s Most Prosperous Casino" tells the story of James Bond’s top casino-boss enemy, J in Strasser. This is the first Bond book I’ve read, but it was well worth the investment. Rich with details and great character development, this is the sort of book you’ll put down and pick up again to read later, because it keeps you entertained from beginning to end. In a nutshell, this is a must-read for all lovers of casino games and gaming machines.

    James Bond is a master of the casino games and the game theory behind them. He sets the scene in Mumblerock, Poland where he visits a world-renowned casino to win the largest jackpot in history. The huge quantity of money involved, the speed at which the jackpot can be won (at least for now), and the fact that there are no real odds involved – these elements combine to make the area of casino games exciting and very attractive to fans of gambling systems and statistics. J ivin, however, is also a master in keeping competitors at bay, laying out his plan in detail to foil each possible gamblers’ effort to foil his.

    The storyline centers around J in and his plans to take over Mumblerock. To do so, he wants to win the greatest slot machines in the world… and to do that he needs help from three daughters of the late Comrade Bob who owned the property that Mumblerock rests on, and one daughter that are absolutely mad about her mother’s neglect of her. However, the least of the issues for J in is the arrival of his old friend from college Artie, who happens to be about the case as well. Along the way, Artie comes to understand some very important facts about the world of gambling… like how to spot a good place on the slot machines, the way to beat the odds, and how to win the big jackpots. All in all, this book is a fun ride for casino and slot machine aficionados of all ages. A must-read for those looking for an entertaining casino action/apology yarn.

    Another book that takes a look at casino games and their corresponding mechanics is The House Edge Option by Steve Dent.
    먹튀검증업체 The premise of this book is that while playing casino games, we human psychology enables us to perceive the match outcomes as having"holes" in them – what Dent refers to as the"house advantage." Our analytical minds figure that if we can get an advantage – a better home advantage – on any given spin of the wheel, then we are going to walk away with a lot more cash than we came in with. This isn’t really such a new idea, though it’s only recently caught on in the mainstream (and legitimate casino scene. And Steve Dent supplies the explanation why this idea works…

    After discussing the arbitrary number games in previous novels, this one goes to the more popular casino games of blackjack, poker, slots, baccarat, and other table games. It touches on the various approaches people take to playing these games, including some very good examples of bluffing which are presented in detail. Also, learning how to read casino jargon and other strategies that casino game players employ is covered.

    In a book that talks about casino games and the house advantage, Steve Dent makes a solid case that using less house advantage, normally, when playing a game of poker will lead to more money won for the casino. Using the standard deviation for the standard error of probability, he calculates that the deviation from the expected value of casino money is really much worse than simply having no house edge in any respect. So while he admits that some gamblers play with a small house advantage, he thinks it’s far better to have a far larger one. The issue is that the majority of gamblers aren’t even aware of it. I would say that this book contains the most complete evaluation of standard deviation, but one can say that it is very useful for those that are already knowledgeable about casino games.

    This is an excellent short book that covers a lot of casino gambling issues in a really short time. The information presented is accurate, detailed, intriguing, and easy to read. If you’re a gamer, this is the book for you. And if you’re an aspiring casino gambling player, you will find this useful and enlightening.