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The Mammoth Book of Casino Games

Paul Mendelson

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Prose: non-fiction, Indoor games

Everything you need to know to win in casinos and online

Paul Mendelson offers an indispensable guide to beating the odds in just about every gambling game, both in casinos and online. He reveals how to shift the odds in your favour as he clearly explains every game and analyses optimum strategies in detail with the aim of helping you to win.

Other chapters show you how to: get the best out of your casino - pick up free drinks, meals, hotel accommodation, thousand-dollar shopping trips, room upgrades, flights, bonus money etc.; make the most of your trip to Las Vegas or anywhere else - casino information, the best places to gamble (for each game), recommended hotels and attractions; win online - which sites to avoid and which can be trusted, a discussion of every game from poker through to online bingo, including bonuses, incentives, play-through data and the best strategies to use.

The Mammoth Book of Casino Games covers every major casino game in detail, as well as many less well known games, including: blackjack, roulette, punto banco (baccarat, chemin de fer, chemmy), poker (including three-card, Caribbean stud and video poker), Chinese dice and domino games (including sic bo, gwat pai and kap tai shap), slots (three-wheel, multi-line, bonus), other casino games (including Keno, Wheel of Fortune, Red Dog and Spanish 21) and tournaments (slots, roulette etc.).

Praise for The Mammoth Book of Poker:

'I've won 20 times the price in the last three days!' Gareth Hughes

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Paul Mendelson

Paul Mendelson has written for the theatre and television and is the author of eleven non-fiction titles concerning mind-sports such as bridge and poker, as well as being a crime novelist whose first novel, The First Rule of Survival, was short-listed for the CWA Golden Dagger Crime Novel of the Year in 2014. His second novel, The Serpentine Road, was long-listed for the same prize in 2015. Both have been translated into several languages and a television adaptation is already in preparation.

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