Have More Fun and Win More Money Playing
Mr. Simms has a wealth of information about the gaming industry in general
and the game of blackjack in particular. If you would like to ask
a question, make a comment or give a testimonial about his book or
video, you can reach him at the following email address:
write to Bob at:
Beat 'Em At
Their Own Game
8105 St Andrews Church Rd
Louisville, KY 40258 US
Thank you for
visiting and good luck at the tables!
I learned to play blackjack with Bob
Simms on a trip to the Bahamas a
couple of years ago. It had always fascinated me that, on these junkets
we'd be on together from time to time, Bob always did a lot better than
anybody else. I couldn't figure out why - until I watched him play.
Other people would win a few and lose a few and soon be staring at a
dwindling supply of chips. Bob, on the other hand, would keep pulling
them back to his side of the table, his stacks getting larger than
So I asked him to teach me to play. And when it comes to pure enjoyment
- as well as making money at the tables- that's the best request I ever
Bob knows what he's talking about, and he's put his decades of
experience and all that knowledge into his book. "Beat 'Em At Their Own
Game" might not change your life, but it will make your time in casinos
a lot more entertaining, enjoyable and profitable. Bob's book is
written for everybody to understand. You don't have to be a big time
player to apply the lessons of the book, and you don't have to be a
mathematical genius, either.
Just read it! You'll enjoy it. You'll understand it. And if you play
blackjack, you'll put it to good use.
Jerry Passafiume - Sales
There was a guy at the
table 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.
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.
Carol Sue Pearl -