By Baldwin R.R.
This text discusses the cardboard video game blackjack as performed within the casinos of Las Vegas. the elemental principles for the sport are defined intimately. The player's strategic difficulties are analyzed with the target of discovering the tactic maximizing his mathematical expectation.
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