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Blackjack is one of the most popular card games in the world. With the tips and strategies in this book you'll learn to play if you're a beginner or increase your skills if you already play. The goal of any casino game is to win money and you can develop the skills needed to win more money and keep more of the money you win. You'll read about how to play with more skill, stay within your budget, protect the money you win, and have fun doing it.

Published: Ann Bush on
ISBN: 9781476312835
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