In 1962 the godfather of card counting, Dr. Edward O. Thorpe, outlined a blackjack betting and playing strategy to eliminate the casino’s advantage and actually give the player an edge. He used a computer to quickly play thousands of hands, and the results proved his basic theory, which was: if the unplayed cards contained a lot of high cards, the dealer was more likely to bust. By keeping track of what cards had been played, the gambler would increase his bets when a lot of low cards had been played, and decrease his bets when the reverse was true. When Thorpe went to the casinos to test the results under actual playing conditions, he lost at first, but gradually began to win consistently.

January 12, 2009 | Comments (1)

Is the Break Roulette System just another Roulette software system?

January 12, 2009 | Comments

Hitting the jackpot and finding some great lottery tips is the dream of every lottery player but only a lucky few see their dream fulfilled. Here, we will show you how to win lottery tips to for you to have a chance to turn your dream into reality.

January 8, 2009 | Comments

Throughout life good timing is handsomely rewarded. Here a few examples:

January 6, 2009 | Comments (1)

Harrah’s Atlantic City featured the fourth leg of the 2009 World Series of Poker Circuit Tournament series. The 14 events in the tournament were played from December 5 to December 18, 2008 and had 4,907 players compete for a piece of a combined final prize pool that reached $3,046,300 USD. One good reason to follow the WSOP circuit tournaments throughout the year is to see top local and regional players make their presence known to the overall poker world. The big names in the game are mostly seen at the Championship events on the circuit, and the three day #10 Championship Main Event at Harrah’s in Atlantic City was no different. Here is what took place:

January 1, 2009 | Comments