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  • By DanceGirl on December 7, 2013

    This book is great for those wanting to learn how to play the basic casino games (poker, craps, roulette, etc.) and know table etiquette. I haven't finished the book yet but what I have read so far has been very helpful. The book is extensive and covers just about everything, plus the dashes of humor make the reading fun and enjoyable. Shipping was prompt, item arrived on the expected delivery date and was in excellent condition. If you are contemplating whether or not to buy this book, do it....it is money well spent.

  • By Nemo on December 25, 2017

    Tells pretty much all you need to know to get started playing for real money in the casinos. I ordered this book only to discover I already had it in my collection, so into the little free library it goes.

  • By Stephen McHenry on February 4, 2011

    No you won't win thousands of dollars by reading this book, but if you follow the guidelines you won't lose thousands either. I saw a guy in Vegas drop $500 in 20 minutes at craps doing something that this book said in the craps section to absolutely not do: This book has good advice on what not to do and what to do. If you want to have fun gambling, if you are worried about just throwing your money away because you don't know the rules, if you worried about not knowing table etiquette or which hand motions to use when, if you are worried about looking a fool to the others at the table, then this book will calm your fears. Most importantly it points out what the odds are for each game, and when you find a game that suits you the book shows you how to possibly be a winner by playing conservatively and how not to definitely be a loser by falling for the "showy" bets. I thought it to be a very good book for a beginner.

  • By Daniel J. Janik on February 24, 2011

    Great info and easily readable. Lots of good points and very honest about gambling as a losing proposition. Helped me feel comfortable as I approached the tables, and gave me confidence - not that I would win, but that I would not embarass myself by not knowing the rules and etiquette of the games. Tells you what the games are with the lowest casino edge (there are none with a players edge), and what the real sucker bets are. Tells it like it is - no hype and drama.

  • By kimbelized on January 27, 2018

    Gave me a lot of good tips for my trip to Vegas, still lost plenty but at least I felt like I knew what I was doing, lol

  • By Allen C. Smith on October 31, 2013

    I taking my first trip to Las Vegas since 1986, and I am not much of a gambler. I was looking for a primer that explains what to expect in Vegas and how to play the different games. Casino Gambling for Dummies tells rookies exaclty what they need to know for a trip to the Strip. The book explains the various games of chance. Each chapter starts with rules and then moves on to strategies. The first 65 pages of the book discuss odds, etiquette, and what to expect. If you are planning your first trip to a casino, this book is a great investment!

  • By Aveleo on January 11, 2013

    This is a well-organized, realistic introduction to casino gambling. It doesn't pump you full of air and try to get you all excited about how to take on the casinos and become a millionaire, like some books unfortunately do. It just presents the facts of the games, as well as the strategies to use (and the ones to avoid.)Although it does not go into great detail about the finer points of the games (nor does it claim to), it provides enough information to get you started, and encourages you to learn more if you should so desire.I think this is a great book for casino newbies, and helps someone enjoy the casino without gambling away your retirement fund.

  • By KL on April 29, 2015

    I looked it over and thought that I would enjoy it, that it would be useful and informative. I bought it for a neighbor, but he doesn't like to read much. He preferred the DVDs I bought him on the same topic.


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