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I very much doubt it
I read your entire book at the Barnes and Nobel chair. Same goes for May.
Its "Noble", as Don would probably say.
Your comment is ridiculous. You could not possibly digest the book in a single sitting. Care to explain to us, why:
a) Why certain extreme subsets of cards would produce very advantageous wagers on the tie even though any linear count system would recommend a negative bet in this situation?
b) Why traditional card location methods would be ineffective at baccarat?
c) The optimal drawing/hitting frequency on player totals of 5 at Chemin de fer?
These should be easily explained by anybody with a cursory understanding of the book. If you manage an explanation with your cheapskate bookstore hustling I'd be very impressed.
These need to be purchaesd and digested slowly.
Yes, particulary Griffin's baccarat chapter which has seven (three major, four minor) errors in it.
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