Simon’s Guide to Angle Shooting

Angle shooting   “Angle shooting” is another type of advantage play. “Angle shooting” refers to legal but possibly unethical ways to beat card games. However, when the term “angle” is applied to gambling situations outside of the poker world, it often drops its negative connotation. A sports or horse bettor can have an angle which […]

Simon’s Guide to Shuffle Tracking

On the picture is a dealer shuffling cards - ace sequencing is when you keep track of the aces during shuffling

  Shuffle-tracking is a mathematics-based approach, just like card counting. Casino shuffle tracking is one of the techniques that are being used by Blackjack players. It is an offshoot of card counting, but it is more difficult to learn.   To understand shuffle tracking you need to understand card counting first.   /Shuffle tracking is only […]

Simon’s Guide to Counting Cards

Card counting is the single most iconic and profitable advantage gambling method. The image depicts someone - presumably - practicing card counting.

Counting cards is the single most iconic advantage gambling practice. When you think of professional gambling, you probably think of card counting. The mathematical method of counting cards was made popular by the MIT Blackjack team and by mathematician, best-selling author and Blackjack hall of fame member Dr. Edward O. Thorp. In this guide you will find everything you […]

Simon’s Guide to Dice Control

Classic 6 sided dices - some gamblers claim, that they're able to influence the outcomes of craps through dice control

  Dice control (also called controlled shooting, dice setting) is an advantage gambling method used in casino craps games. Proponents of dice control claim that by using a variety of techniques, one can influence the outcome of a dice toss, and one can overcome the house advantage, however, this claim is largely disputed amongst professional […]