by Jean Scott
Though Jean Scott was well-known to a select few Las Vegas aficionados throughout the '90s, it wasn't until the publication of The Frugal Gambler in 1998 that she became a household name to casino players across the country. Her frequent national publicity, her long-term success in casinos around the world, and the solid low-rolling advantage-play techniques she's divulged along the way have all helped catapult The Frugal Gambler into the ranks of best-selling gambling books. The new revised edition includes a completely revamped chapter on video poker, updated coverage of getting the most out of slot clubs, recent examples of exploitable gambling promotions, and a brand new Resources section, identifying the best sources of player information available-from books to software to the Internet.
Ultimate Blackjack News
The Ultimate Blackjack Tour is attempting to make blackjack tournaments as popular as poker tournaments. Although the strategy of the game is different, there is a good deal of skill involved in becoming a blackjack tournament champion. Time will tell if this game will take off like poker. Keep up with Ultimate Blackjack here.
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How to Play Elimination Blackjack Tournaments
Elimination blackjack is a new and exciting format for blackjack tournaments. The elimination format was created by poker pro Russ Hamilton, who also developed and launched the Ultimate Blackjack Tour (UBT).
Ultimate Blackjack Tour Sues Game Show Network
Wednesday, August 09, 2006
Ultimate Blackjack Tour (UBT), an event and entertainment company whose show by the same name will debut on CBS this fall, has filed suit against The Game Show Network (GSN) alleging breach of implied contract, breach of confidence, unfair competition and unjust enrichment in conjunction with the GSN show, 'World Series of Blackjack.'
CBS Sports Signs 'Ultimate Blackjack Tour'
CBS Sports announced today a two-season commitment to broadcast the ULTIMATE BLACKJACK TOUR, a special series of tournaments that gives the 'average Joe' a chance to play alongside the best players in the world such as World Blackjack Champion Ken Einiger, as well as poker champions like Phil Hellmuth, Johnny Chan, and Annie Duke.