The casino is a massive industry and the ultimate place for people who love gambling and making money. On the other hand, books are another different world where people love to be a part of an author’s life or a journey. By combining these art forms, we have lined up some of the strangest books ever; written about casino games. Take a look at them!
- Ben Mezrich’s Bringing down the house: To be frank, the book is not about how to bring down a house through a tutorial, as the book’s name suggests, but the book revolves around the group of students who win a million dollars of money because of blackjack. Though this is not a fiction book, it looks like a biography. The book talks about the protagonist named Jeff Ma. It talks about how the protagonist and his friend dominated the gaming tables of blackjack within four years. Some readers claim that the content in the book has been fabricated, and they also feel that this makes the book sound unusual or strange.
- John Grochowski’s Video poker answer book: All the poker lovers assemble here! Yes, this is the perfect book for poker lovers. The author John tries to build the gap between the poker players and video poker games. The book has all that one needs to know about poker, from the mechanics of video poker to different types of poker to match games to the definition of terms. Also, the book contains series of questions and answers about poker; it is also a poker manual. The book helps the players to analyze the dealer’s hand and the player’s hand. The author is a casino expert who has been gambling in casinos since the 1990s and has made the readers analyze and take perfect decisions resulting in the reduction of odds of losing the casino.
- Josh Axelrad’s Repeat until rich: Repeat until rich is a true story written by Josh Axelrad, based on a group of card counters who made big money. The author explains how Axelrad and his friends made a maximum amount of money in just five years through card counting. By spotting hot tables in the casinos, they used to move from one place to another. Josh has covered it all for his readers, from the tactics to win at casinos to myths about card counters to the role and importance of coordination to strategies and skills to count cards correctly! Also, he has elaborated on how to disappear or disguise yourself when you know that you will get caught by the casino house and ideas on how to avoid being sent out from the casinos!