Blackjack: A Winner's Handbook by Jerry L. Patterson

Jerry L. Patterson's book Blackjack: A Winner's Handbook has been helping blackjack players learn to improve their skills and increase their odds for decades, since its first publication in 1977. Over the years, Patterson has updated the book to ensure that the latest edition always includes the most up-to-date and relevant information on today's blackjack environment.

The most recent edition covers several card counting methods as well as a count-reverse system and card clumping, a method that has come into fashion since casinos have begun the practice of random shuffling. Blackjack: A Winner's Handbook also explains TARGET 21, a controversial blackjack strategy that doesn't involve counting cards. In addition to blackjack strategy systems, Patterson covers everything from money management to self-management and more.

Patterson has also edited his most recent edition of Blackjack: A Winner's Guide to include information and strategy for the online casino gaming world. As online casinos currently make up more than two times the gambling offering of live casinos in the United States alone, Patterson saw fit to include this new material and it is a great read for online gamblers.

Blackjack: A Winner's Guide is an incredibly complete guide to how to win at blackjack. It is great for players of all skill levels and includes everything you need to know to master the game of blackjack.