Blackjack in a Nutshell

Blackjack in a Nutshell is a step-by-step instruction manual for learning to play blackjack. In addition to a detailed explanation of the rules of casino blackjack, topics include the house advantage, basic strategy and a complete chapter on betting strategy. The guide includes an introductory chapter on how to count cards. Intended for beginning and intermediate players. More

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Words: 12,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465862785
About Andrew Marx

Andrew Marx has been a second job writer for over twenty years. His first self-published work of fiction "Accidents Happen" was released in 2009. He returns in 2014 with a new ongoing fantasy series Second Job Hero available wherever digital books are sold.

Second Job Hero picks up with the story of Stephen Tepper, the third man to wear the Shiv mask, years after burying his superhero identity. In the Sovereign Son storyline (parts 1-4), a merciless enemy strikes close to home, threatening Stephen's estranged family. He must confront his past and choose his destiny. Is he just an everyman or will he wear the mask once again and become the hero he is destined to be?

Marx has published several non-fiction works in print including the occasionally autobiographical memoir What Do You Say to the DJ? and the essay collection Thank You is Implied, which pulls together some of the best articles and essays of his early writing career, highlighted by his obsessions with Las Vegas, Brett Favre and periodic forays into personal grooming.

More recent non-fiction includes On 21: The Philosophy of Blackjack a how-to guide to playing blackjack and a frank and illuminating discussion about the what it takes to walk into a casino and walk out a winner. Culminating the first 18 years of his writing career, he released Writing a Blockbuster A Practical and Philosophical Guide to Writing and Publishing Your Own Book. Both books are now available in digital formats under the "in a Nutshell" series.

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