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Author:
Lyle Stuart
ISBN13:
978-0818407178
ISBN:
0818407174
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Publisher:
Lyle Stuart; 3rd edition (November 1, 2007)
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Subcategory:
Puzzles & Games
ePub file:
1853 kb
Fb2 file:
1766 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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431

Lyle Stuart (August 11, 1922 – June 24, 2006) was an American author and independent publisher of controversial books.

Lyle Stuart (August 11, 1922 – June 24, 2006) was an American author and independent publisher of controversial books. Born Lionel Simon on August 11, 1922, Stuart worked as a newsman for years before launching his publishing firm, Lyle Stuart, Incorporated. A former part-owner of the original Aladdin Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Stuart was also a noted gambling authority, who advised casinos on how to protect themselves from cheats and cons.

Lyle Stuart does it again, shining light on the world of gambling, true tales of instant wealth and even faster ruin. Stuart is one of the foremost authorities on Baccarat and gambling, winning several world champion Baccarat games and going home with hundreds of thousands of dollars in winnings.

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Lyle Stuart, American publishing company executive. Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1944. Member of Silurians, National Academy television Arts and Sciences, Society Kentucky Colonels, New York Zoological Society. Reporter International News Service, 1945, Variety, 1945-1946. Script writer Department State, Voice of America, 1946. Founder Expose, 1951.

Lyle Stuart (August 11, 1922 – June 24, 2006) was an American author and independent publisher of. .His gambling bestsellers were Casino Gambler for the Winner, Winning at Casino Gambling, and Lyle Stuart on Baccarat

Lyle Stuart (August 11, 1922 – June 24, 2006) was an American author and independent publisher of controversial books. His gambling bestsellers were Casino Gambler for the Winner, Winning at Casino Gambling, and Lyle Stuart on Baccarat. YouTube Encyclopedic.

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Lyle Stuart was an American author and independent publisher of controversial books.

Lyle Stuart was an American author and independent publisher of controversial books. A former part-owner of the original. Mary Louise Stuart (??–1969) Carole Livingston Stuart (1982–2006; his death). Lyle Stuart (August 11, 1922 – June 24, 2006) was an American author and independent publisher of controversial books.

Lyle Stuart (August 11, 1922 – June 24, 2006) was an American author and independent publisher of controversial books

Lyle Stuart (August 11, 1922 – June 24, 2006) was an American author and independent publisher of controversial books. The Walter Winchell feud.

To validate this book and his authority to write it, Stuart entered two major Atlantic City tournaments and won them both for a total of $250,000.
  • The book is more about the history of casinos and baccarat and the personal betting and gaming experiences of the author than any strategy. It is a good book since experience is a cornerstone of learning, however; do not expect strategies or card counting schemes in the book. Overall a good reading.

  • I've become fascinated with baccarat because I'm too dumb to count and too lazy to play advanced strategy at the blackjack table. In my defense, my really smart friend from Silicon Valley gave up blackjack in favor of Texas Hold'em. He was a decent counter/strategy player, but Vegas has instituted so many counter-measures (get it ?…"counter-measures"; sorry, bad habit), that he doesn't find much reward in playing. So back to baccarat… I guess you could count if you want to; but, really? So here's my understanding of what it takes to bet a baccarat hand. Wager for: bank, player, &/or tie. See, easy. What Lyle Stuart does in his book is tell one great gambling story after another. And then, he tells more stories. I mean, what can you say beyond: bank, player, tie (heads or tails)? On page 87, Stuart describes his "Rule of Three. " I'm not going to be a spoiler, but let's just say that if the same advice were to be applied to the stock market, Stuart could be hailed as a trend following Svengali. Near the end of the book, Stuart tells us a few neat tournament stories (yes, more stories). On page 263 we are finally rewarded with "Stuart's Seven Rules For Beating Baccarat" (two pages). Then Stuart shares some of his former score-card glories augmented with accompanying stories.

    Since I don't avail myself of gambling very often if at all, my interest in the book/subject is essentially theoretical. To entertain the theoretical, consider betting up by half after your second win. This is not a winning strategy, but it can turn a lucky streak into a really lucky streak. Consider that blackjack requires you to wait for the deck to be positive before you increase your wagers. But how is it that a shoe runs to the positive? Over the course of 10,000 shoes my guess is that positive running shoes plop in on you in a random dispersement. Can the same be said of baccarat shoes? It seems to me that by limiting your losses as suggested by Lyle Stuart's Rule of Three and by exploiting your lucky streak shoes through fractional win bet increases, you have the best chance to do well enough with a negative expectation game.

  • I can't see what all the griping is about. This is a fine book on baccarat and gambling in general. There's not much science to playing baccarat. It's not poker or even blackjack. But the advice given here is useful, and it's pretty much all the advice you really need. Plus the general gambling tips are also good and the personal stories are fun to read.

  • Stories but not really a help for playing/techniques. Great history I believe that every professional should know. Good book and very much worth it.

  • Worth its weight in gold! A must read for any baccarat player or gambler! Wonder how long it will be before this too is out of stock and folks are demanding a reprint!

  • Lyle Stuart does it again, shining light on the world of gambling, true tales of instant wealth and even faster ruin. Stuart is one of the foremost authorities on Baccarat and gambling, winning several world champion Baccarat games and going home with hundreds of thousands of dollars in winnings.
    Lyle tells you the odds, how to beat them and how to walk away before they turn against you.

  • If you are interested in playing baccarat seriously, you need this book and you need to pay attention to it

  • If you want to read how wonderful the author is and advise not to gamble. You should buy this book. Has some basic info not worth 1 cent