By Henry Tamburin Ph.D

In previous articles, I’ve focused on my career as a semi-professional blackjack card counter, author, teacher, and writer. During this time (covering some 30 years), I never considered learning or playing any other casino game. After all, life was good; I was doing well as a card counter, and I enjoyed teaching players in my blackjack school and seminars how to play blackjack, and writing about it in dozens of publications. But this changed in the 1990s.

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