Playing Blackjack as a Business: A Proffessional Player’s Approach to the Game of “21”. Front Cover. Lawrence Revere. Kensington Publishing Corporation. Playing Blackjack as a Business has 9 ratings and 0 reviews. Book by Revere, Lawrence. 12 Oct It has now been about 35 years since Lawrence Revere (a pseudonym) published his book, Playing Blackjack as a Business. At the time, this.

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Matthew Blom marked it as to-read Aug lawrejce, Marcela Quevedo marked it as to-read Sep 03, Julian was part of IBM, a widely known computer company. Since it was written back in before card counting became very hostile towards casinos, these card counting systems were designed mostly for single deck or hand-held games.

This book is a bit dated at at the time it was first written it was ahead of it’s time. Where I clean up now is on cruise ships.

Revere was considered a very controversial person. I still have the book in my library and if for no other reason than nostalgia it is worth having if you are at all serious about the game.

The author has probably spent more time playing Blackjack, more time in the casinos, and more time in research, than have all of the others combined who have written Blackjack books or devised Blackjack systems. His book is worth buying. Santiago Munoz rated it did not like it Oct 09, Jonathan Simpson marked it as to-read Oct 04, One can only speculate that he did not want to divulge any of his secrets.


The results were lots of earned income from money won from playing blackjack. This book has sold more copies since it’s initial release than any other gaming book.

I seldom play now but for the last 30 years I have won tens of thousands of dollars and never been detected as a counter. One has to be impressed with the author’s thoroughness. I have bet larger amounts and the earnings are proportionate to your bet. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Playing Blackjack As a Business by Mary Parsons and Lawrence Revere (2000, Paperback)

Refresh and try again. Ratings and Reviews Write a review. Revere ground out a living as a gambler for lawrenfe years, working on both sides of the gambling world.

So, how does Revere’s work stack up today? Book Review Playing Blackjack as a business is a very good book. Any Condition Any Condition.

Lawrence Revere’s Playing Blackjack as a Business is one of the older books on beating the game of blackjack, and it still holds up fairly well today.

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Playing Blackjack as a Business by Lawrence Revere

Ethan Simmie marked it as to-read Dec 30, Trending Price New. This an old text but the info is very accurate. Kittu marked it as to-read Jul 03, This book has sold more copies since it’s initial release than any other gaming book.

Many also considered Revere the master of camouflage as he was never detected by casinos when he was incognito. The Bjsiness marked it as to-read Jan 16, Still, this book sold extremely well and it is actually the most sold book about gambling than any other and there is still a treasure trove of information and mathematics that are still relevant.


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See details for additional description. For example, in his one deck strategy he differentiates between the proper play when one holds a vs. Haunting of Hill House: In during the middle of World War II, he began his serious professional career at the casinos. Blackjack as a businss I’m a blackjack dealer and I was fasinated how blackjack play really works. Wicca Book of Spells: Timothy Woolsey rated it it was amazing Jan 07, Skip to main content.

Mike Price marked it as to-read Mar 20, If you read this book the next time you go to the blackjack tables you will lose a lot less money or even walk away with a few dollars in your pocket instead of in the casinos!!! Busienss, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.

Lawrence Revere Snippet view – Revere actually played both sides of the table as a player and dealer and made a living for over 28 years in blackjack.