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Chris C. Suffice it to say that the publication ofthis book makes my life easier. Nor is it a work in which you will find standard basic strategy charts, the rules ofthe game, or a glossary ofits terms - all staple features of the typically thorough blackjack book.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}All rights reserved. Portions of this book have previously appeared in different fonn in Blackjack Forum magazine, JO: The second equation, on the bottonl, to the right, is nlissing a. John's creation has unlocked the doors of blackjack research to the point where virtually all questions can now be answered, thanks to his incredible UBE; Norm Wattenberger, whose equally brilliant Casino Verite has set the standard for the ultimate in blackjack game simulation and practice software. In particular, I am grateful for the wisdom of Ralph Stricker, a gentleman, a world- class player, and truly our "elder statesman" of the game today; Steve Jacobs, whom I have anointed the "Godfather" of"rec. His help, throughout the years, has been invaluable to me. On the Internet, Schlesinger has a reputation as one ofthe most helpful of blackjack experts, patiently answering questions about arcane aspects of the game. Probably because of his background as a teacher of mathematics and foreign lan- guage, he has a knack for explaining difficult concepts in a manner than can be understood by most people. This is, most defInitely, not your average blackjack book! Evaluating the New Rules and Bonuses. Of these, a relative handful stand out as "classics. I thank him, as well, for his Foreword to this book. Some years back, I noticed that these new players were asking many of the same questions that Don had already answered. For years Schlesinger has been the angel sitting on the shoul- ders ofblackjack experts. Back-Counting the Shoe Game. George's contributions to the game have broken ground in many areas, and his insights and innovations have opened my eyes to several new and novel approaches to playing blackjack. Now, when a player asks me one of those complicated questions that Don has already answered in his trademark elegant and comprehensive style, I can simply refer the player to this book, knowing that should this player get bitten really seriously by the blackjack bug, then this same book will also likely answer the next 16 complicated questions that pop into his head. He has given generously ofhis time and expertise, reading each new book carefully and sending lengthy critiques to authors and publishers. In particular, it was from Revere's classic, Playing Blackjack as a Business, that I patterned my approach to the game. This book is dedicated to all of my family 'members, past and present, whose love and support have encouraged me to pursue my studies ofthe game of casino twenty-one. Don started writing this book in He didn't know he was starting to write a book at the time, nor did I. I will always treasure our pages of written corre- spondence and our phone calls, during which I never failed to learn from the "master. Ofthose who make it, you can bet a good number of them have been reading Don Schlesinger's articles for the past 13 years. BlackjackAttack: Playing the Pros' Way, by Don Schlesinger, is one of those few really important books on this subject that serious players will come to revere as an indispensable classic. He generally takes his family on those trips, but he also hits the blackjack tables hard, making big bets for long hours. The amount of information contained within these pages is frankly astonishing. Schlesinger also is a frequent contributor of original material to blackjack periodicals, primarily Arnold Snyder's Blackjack Forum. No part of this publication may be translated, reproduced, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including pho- tocopying and recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, with- out the express written permission of the publisher, except in the case of brief excerpts for purposes of review. As Don has contributed columns, letters and articles to more than 50 different issues of Blackjack Forum, this has not always been quite as simple a process as it sounds. I am humbly honored to be the publisher of this work. Some Statistical Insights. His audience was small but grateful, consisting of the true aficionados of the game, those who sub- scribed to Blackjack Forum magazine. Their annual catalogue is a gold mine ofcasino gaming literature and software. It is not a "how to learn to count cards" book although readers will learn much about card count- ing. Betting Techniques and Win Rates 17 3. I have no doubt in my mind that this will come to pass, as Don's writings on this subject are already revered by those who have been following his writing career in the pages of BlackjackForum. How I wish CVhad been around when I was practicing and learning how to count cards! Schlesinger not only knows blackjack well enough to write about it, but he also has a long track record of big casino wins at the game. For obvious reasons, no names will be mentioned; but you know who you are. Their patience and understanding, throughout my career of playing, teaching, and writing about blackjack, have certainly contributed, in large meas- ure, to any success I may have achieved in these fields. On more than one occasion, when I was "stuck" in my pursuit ofan answer to a thorny problem, Peter came to my rescue. I'm proud to call him my friend. There was no outline for a book-to- be, no synopsis of what was to come, no formula; this book was never planned. His easy-going approach to the. My many newfound friends on the Internet, whose contribu- tions to the various newsgroups and whose correspondence, through e-mail, have been most enlightening. Almost any dedicated player, ofaverage memory and intelligence, can learn how to count cards, but very few ultimately become successful card counters. Don Schlesinger is a book author by default. It is safe to say that I would have never become involved in the game of blackjack were it not for these gentlemen's monumental contributions to our knowledge. He, perhaps more than any other individual, has furthered our knowledge ofthe game of blackjack and its subtleties. Don Schlesinger is a teacher of blackjack. My former teammates, many of whom have remained won- derful friends, over the years. For the truly dedicated player, hitherto unfamiliar with Don Schlesinger's work, this book will be a light in the darkness, the fundamental factbook that puts a dollars-and-cents value on the fine points of play. All of my own books have benefited considerably from Schlesinger's talents. I don't really want to think about how many hundreds of? So, for a period ofsome 13 years, Don Schlesin- ger answered those questions, one at a time, thoughtfully, dili- gently, and comprehensively. And last, but certainly not least, Karel Janecek, a relative new- comer on the blackjack scene. The book is also dedicated to the memory of three dear blackjack-playing friends: Lester White, Joel Waller, and Paul Keen, whom I miss very much. Blackjack Attack is the "answer book," the book that every professional player will pack in his suitcase, the book that will solve problems, and settle arguments. For years, I have been telling Schlesinger that I would love to have a book that included all of his published and privately-dis- seminated blackjack material. The "Illustrious 18". Last, but certainly not least, the six proofreaders ofmy manu- script who turned the tables on me and provided dozens of insightful comments, corrections, and suggestions. And so, I would like to thank: The one and only Stanford Wong. Risk of Ruin. In particu- lar, Professional Blackjack and the Blackjack Count Analyzer will forever stand, in my opinion, as two ofthe most important resource tools to have ever been created for our study of the game. This list of acknowledgments is quite long, simply because, over the course of these past twenty years, so many people have been instrumental in contributing to my knowledge of blackjack. Permit me to explain. A few, of course, deserve special recogni- tion: Kenny Feldman, a great friend, a great player, and my partner in our blackjack-teaching days. The "Floating Advantage". Aside from the fact that most had not figured out about the game much of what Don had, the fact is there wouldn't have been room for this material in any "standard" text on how to count cards. No trip to Vegas would ever be complete without a stop in their unique store. I can see now why all the other blackjack experts left this stuffout oftheir books. He was simply answering players' questions. Karel's Statistical Blackjack Ana- lyzer was used to produce the simulations for Chapter 10, and it is safe to say that the SBA has fast become the most respected and reliable simulator in the industry today. With this book, I am getting my wish. As the popularity ofcasino gambling spread across the country and throughout the world, more and more books on casino black- jack were published. I have more than a hundred books on casino blackjack in my library. Peter Griffin, our foremost theoretician and expert on the mathematics ofthe game. Now, that is not to imply, in some haughty manner, that Blackjack Attack: Playing the Pros ' Way is superior to most of the books that have been written on casino 21; it's simply that this work is substantially different from all the others. If you haven't been, you've got some catching up to do! It might be a good idea to begin by telling you what BlackjackAttack is not. Though he is a busy person and has a family, he manages several trips a year to Las Vegas and other casino destinations. The World's Greatest Blackjack Simulation. Arnold Snyder, who gave me a "forum" to publish my blackjack articles, and who finally convinced me, after many years of trying, to write this book. Some of his articles, such as the "Illustrious 18" and "Floating Advantage," have become legendary. He spent 13 years answering players' questions, writing by "popular request," never envisioning a book, yet, here it is, a book that is truly one of the most important texts on the game in print! All my wonderful friends and blackjack-playing buddies, too numerous to mention. Blackjack players had questions, lots of questions, compli- cated questions that were not being answered in the myriad books on card counting. When the "sledding" got a bit rough, and I needed some help developing a formula or mathematical concept, they were there to furnish the crucial pieces ofthe puzzle. We had some great times, guys; thanks for the memories! A word of caution to the reader: this is not a book that will teach you how to play blackjack, or how to count cards. Three fellow blackjack authors and experts, notably George C. But still, these new books - many of them fine and reputable card-counting guides - continued to ignore the fine points of play. Arnold, perhaps more than for any other individual, this one's for you! The vast majority of my blackjack library was purchased at the GBC. This is the book you should read after you learn how to do those things.