Knock-Out Blackjack by Olaf Vancura Ph.D. and Ken Fuchs

Knock-Out Blackjack, written by Olaf Vancura Ph.D. and Ken Fuchs, offers readers insight into the Knock-Out method (or KO method) of card counting. Developed by Vancura and Fuchs, KO is a simple yet powerful card counting method that is a favorite of card counting beginners.

Knock-Out Blackjack starts out by introducing readers to blackjack and offering up a historical perspective on the game. In the following chapters, Knock-Out Blackjack introduces basic strategy, serves up an introduction to card counting and then explains to readers how they can use the Knock-Out card counting system. Knock-Out is an unbalanced card counting system in which players simply need to know how to use simple math-adding and subtracting one digit at a time. Because of its simplicity, KO is popular among card counting newbies and casual blackjack players.

In Knock-Out Blackjack, Vancura and Fuchs go on to compare the Knock-Out system to other card counting systems, which is something that not all books about card counting do. Find out what makes this method so great and why it works.

Aside from offering blackjack players an insight into the Knock-Out card counting system, Knock-Out Blackjack contains a number of mini-essays scattered throughout the book that dispel common myths, answer frequently asked questions and provide an entertaining glimpse into the world of professional blackjack. It is a great read that could enhance any blackjack player's game.