Many years ago I was asked to help edit a book by a low-level card counter who was recounting his Las Vegas adventures. His book told the stories of the various trips he made, what he wagered and what he won or lost. It was really more of a journal than a book, but there was entertainment value in these struggles. For each trip the author also discussed his wager size, the risk he was taking and most importantly his expected value (EV) for the trip.
Message from Eliot
If you’re looking for me after my retirement from the casino world, here I am.
I am available for expert witness services for gaming and casino related legal cases. I am also available for selective free consulting, interviews and public speaking.
In this blog, I will be sharing some of the odd tidbits in my archive from my days in the casino industry. I may create some new stuff along the way, so stay tuned!
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