Have More Fun and Win More
The author, John R. Simms (Bob), is a retired teamster who, for the
past three decades, has been an avid participant and consultant in many
varied aspects of the gaming industry.
Mr. Simms is recognized by casino operators and managers as one of the
nation's leading authorities on the gaming industry in general, and the
game of blackjack in particular. On more than one occasion, Bob has
been called on to give private blackjack seminars to entertainers and
Bob recently sold his company; Casino Entertainment, Inc.; which
provides casino-quality gaming equipment to various charities and
corporations throughout Kentucky, Southern Indiana and Ohio. But
knowing Bob, as we do, nobody expects him to be content with
"retirement" for long. Without the day to day management duties
involved with running Casino Entertainment, he will now be able to
devote more time to his consulting and seminar business.
Thank you for
visiting and good luck at the tables!
My uncle taught
me to play blackjack and I played the way he taught me for years.
Unfortunately, my uncle didn't know what he was doing, and he passed
that ignorance on to me. Now I know better. Now I've read "Beat 'Em At
Their Own Game" and I realize that I have more than a fighting chance
at the blackjack tables.
Most people who play blackjack at casinos and river boats think they
know what they're doing... but they don't. That's how casinos make
their money, off of poor slobs who think they have knowledge that
really isn't there. That's why Bob Simms book is important -not only
does it discuss how to play, how to bet, how to manage your money - but
it also puts to rest a lot of the myths that surround the game. That's
important, because 99% of the stuff you'll hear from alleged "experts"
at the blackjack tables is pure bunk.
Bob's book isn't bunk. It's the real deal, and after you've read it and
played by using the principals in the book, you'll know exactly what
I'm talking about.
Chuck Slider -
There was a guy at the
last time I played in Las Vegas and he had a heck of a run. Won maybe
10, 11 hands in a row. But every time he won, he made the same bet -I
think he was playing $10 a hand. That means he won $100. Not bad.
But if he'd been playing the way Bob Simms taught me to play in "Beat
'Em At Their Own Game," then he would have won over $640 over the same
10 hands. That's even better.
Bob's "Beat 'Em At Their Own Game" is easy to understand and doesn't
involve complicated card counting or anything like that. It involves
common sense and playing by the 550 basic plays that a good blackjack
player needs to come to know. It teaches how to increase your bets when
you are on a streak.
I've made money playing blackjack since I read "Beat 'Em At Their Own
Game," and I used to be happy with just breaking even. This book knows
what it's talking about.
Pearl - Housewife