Jerry L. Patterson is one of the well-known authors who have written books about such casino games as blackjack, poker, baccarat, and craps, among others. His books are known to have inspired many gamblers. People who are interested in learning how to play casino games will definitely not have a hard time doing so because of the numerous gambling books available in bookstores worldwide. There are gambling books for beginners, there are those intended for intermediate players, and there are books written specifically for advanced players.
"Blackjack: A Winner's Handbook" is a gambling book that allows readers to realize that card counting does not work all the time, teaches readers how to select the right Internet casino for them, teaches readers how to find the right blackjack Web sites on the Internet, and teaches readers how to improve the use of mental discipline in order to increase their winning edge. These are only among the things that "Blackjack: A Winner's Handbook" teaches its readers. This gambling book has two hundred eighty eight pages, containing adequate information on how to improve the readers' skills in playing blackjack.
Jerry L. Patterson also wrote the book " Casino Gambling: A Winner's Guide to Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat, and Casino Poker." This gambling book has two hundred seventy two pages and does not only discuss one casino game but five. The author does not only intend to inspire beginning players with this book, but he also aims to help gambling experts improve their skills. He explains how gamblers can develop a winning attitude and advises readers on how to profit from the evolving world of gambling. Topics tackled in this gambling book include bettors, uston, bankroll, and diaconis.
Jerry L. Patterson has also co-written books with other gambling experts. One of these books is titled "The Gambling Times Guide to Blackjack." The main author of this gambling book is Stanley Roberts and he finished this book with the help of other gambling authors, namely, Jerry L. Patterson, Julian Braun, Lance Humble, Ken Uston and Edward O. Thorp. This book teaches readers how to improve their blackjack skills and advance to the next levels until they become experts. Jerry L. Patterson contributed one chapter for this book, discussing the order of cards and its impact on the shuffle procedure.
Jerry L. Patterson also co-authored a book with gambling expert Eddie Olsen. According to some book critics, buying the book "Break the Dealer: Winning Strategies for Today's Blackjack" is a wise investment because it contains information that cannot be found in other blackjack books. It has chapters that talk about money management and casino tips and strategies.
It can be said that the expertise of Jerry L. Patterson is blackjack, having developed the TARGET 21 non-counting strategy with Olsen. Nevertheless, he has an extensive experience of playing other casino games that allowed him to come up with a credible book about other casino games.Share on: