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eBook Gamble to Win: A Complete Guide for the Serious Player ePub

by R. D. Ellison

  • ISBN: 0818406011
  • Category: Puzzles and Games
  • Subcategory: Entertainment
  • Author: R. D. Ellison
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lyle Stuart; First Edition edition (November 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 346
  • ePub book: 1663 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1539 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 184

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A compendium book would obviously save me money, and since I had enjoyed Mr. Ellison's GAMBLE TO WIN ROULETTE . It has strategies for beginners and serious players. Great book to inform you what to expect in the casino.

This turned out not to be what happened. This book is not a compendium, but a re-write, (in the roulette section), and a set of confusing explainations (in other games' sections). In the roulette section, gone.

Gamble to Win: A Complete Guide for the Serious Player. Greetings: Gamble To Win (GTW) by RD Ellison is an aptly titled book. It is however about an attitude and approach to gambling as a business or investment expected to (hopefully) pay handsome returns on 4, 3, split and straight up bets; or at least dividends on the other inside bets and the outside. Oh and if You don't understand what I'm talking about, the book is an excellent primer and will make the prior gibberish sensible.

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If you are a serious craps players or even a beginner, this book is definately for yo. .GAMBLE TO WIN CRAPS Author: R. Ellison Paperback: 245 pages Publisher: Lyle Stuart Kensington; 2001 ISBN-10: 0818406216 ISBN-13: 978-0818406218 Condition: This book is in very good condition. The contents are clean and unmarked. Learn how not to lose by pouncing on opportunities, knowing the rules cold, making the right moves, and avoiding pitfalls.

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If you’re a compulsive gambler, you can’t control the impulse to gamble, even when it has negative consequences for you or your loved ones. Feeling the urge to gamble is normal, but as you build healthier choices and a strong support network, resisting cravings will become easier. Problem Gamblers and their Finances (PDF) – Guide for treatment professionals on how to help a problem gambler cope with financial problems. National Endowment for Financial Education).

Tells how to play roulette, minibaccarat, and craps, discusses the casino industry, and explains the strategies of professional gamblers

Comments

Kuve Kuve
I was very sadly disappointed by this book. I had bought, (and truly

enjoyed) Mr. Ellison's GAMBLE TO WIN: ROULETTE book......and expected

this volume to be a compendium-reprint of it, and Mr. Ellison's other

gaming books, in slightly smaller print. A compendium book would obviously save me money, and since I had enjoyed Mr. Ellison's GAMBLE TO WIN ROULETTE book so much, I decided to buy this one, and see what he had to see about other games, too.... I looked forward to being entertained and instructed on how to play these other games, as well as reviewing Mr. Ellison's views on roulette.....

This turned out not to be what happened. This book is not a compendium, but a re-write, (in the roulette section), and a set of confusing explainations (in other games' sections). In the roulette section, gone

was the humourous aside of what to do if an alien invades your casino, or

at-home game. Gone, too, were the clear explainations of how to play the game and how to win. In place were complicated meanderings that were so complex and incomprehensible, that I wondered if this had really been written by the same person whose other book I had enjoyed so much! I didn't dare waste my time of what I feared would be similarly confusing if not incomprehensible explainations of other games........

The only good thing I can say about this book is that, being a hard-cover volume, it gives a PICTURE of Mr. Ellison, as the soft-cover GAMBLE TO WIN; ROULETTE book, did not. From the wisdom imparted in the Roulette book, I had expected Mr. Ellison to be at least 45, and perhaps balding and paunchy. How delighted I was to discover that, from the picture on the jacket, he appears to be far younger, and quite handsome, as well!

I look forward to his writing many more books, (baccarat, blackjack and slots await!), and I earnestly hope that they are given the humourous, erudite, and hightly intelligent treatment given in his Roulette book....and not the over-complicated meanderings, disappointingly found here.
Ariurin Ariurin
It has a lot of great strategies for all the casino games. It has strategies for beginners and serious players.
Great book to inform you what to expect in the casino .
Felhalar Felhalar
After correctly stating that random events are independent of each other, the author spends the rest of the book directly contradicting this, claiming that there are "trends," that some tables are "hot" or "cold," etc. This is claiming that past random events really do affect future ones -- the book is a rehash of the old "gambler's fallacy." In reality, the odds on a spin of the wheel or a roll of the dice never, ever, ever, ever, change. There's no such thing as a "hot" table or a "trend."

All you really need to know is the formula for EV (expected value). It is:

((probability x payout)-bet)/bet

If the number is negative, it's a bad bet.

If you want to gamble, read some poker books, get some good poker software and practice, practice, practice. IF you're good, you can beat the rake (and the other players). All other casino games are losing propositions, period.
Simple Simple
This book is a must read for anyone who is interested in playing seriously. True, the author does not give you a specific system to use. He gives you much more! He gives you all the tools you'll need to survive the mighty opponent we call the casino. He teaches you how not to lose first, which by my experience and other pro-gamblers I have spoken to, is MORE important that how to win. If you can control yourself, your urges and recognize the casinos weapons against you, you are on your way to winning. Now, that being said....he does give plenty of information,advice and a few strategies on how to win. In one section of the book, he teaches you how to build a large bankroll from $100 sessions in stages and outlines exactly how to do that. I am a much better gambler because of it.
Cetnan Cetnan
If you want to play games of complete chance, there are any number of books available through Amazon or elsewhere that can explain how these games work and how one plays them. Ellison does some of this, but then spends much of his book talking about how to "spot patterns" and how such nonsense can be used to "beat the house" at games like roulette and craps.
Nonsense.
Spend your money wisely, and buy a book that shoots straight. Ellison's "wise guy" tips will only make one person wealthier-- Ellison.
Malalrajas Malalrajas
Logical MIT types will hate this book. They will accurately point out that in the long run no one can beat a negative expectation game. And yes..that is correct. Ellison doesn't deny this either.

What he does point out in easy.... yet brilliant fashion is that in the "short term" strange things happen all the time in casinos. (Actually not so strange at all as you'll learn)

Think RED can't come up 14 times in row? LOL....wrong. If the ball goes black three times in a row....you either bet black or you don't bet at all.......because if you are wrong you lose one bet. If you are right....you might jump in on of those so-called "trends that defy logic." lol.

Ellison lays out a very straight forward approach that will cut your loses and let your winners run wild.

I rank this and Lyle Sturat's The Winners' Guide to Casino Gambling as the two books that literally taught me that gambling is about winning..not PLAYING. Hit and run...and live to fight another day. You "players" who fill the slot pits and attempt to earn your free meal that's tougher then a 2 dollar Las Vegas Steak will hate this book. Because you don't really want to WIN....you want to PLAY.

Big Difference. Kudos. I've read them all. Great book for those who get it..and those who don't.......hate away. peace, Vegas Vince
Mogelv Mogelv
a great book for beginners