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Card Counters - Big Names of Bright Persons
Nowadays there are not so much people who could be named really famous card counters. There are a lot of amateurs, but when it comes to real professionals who should be taken as an example, there are only a few dozens of them. In this section we'll meet with general info about those geniuses, and in the following ones we'll deal with each of them more thoroughly.
A man who figured out the laws of blackjack game, devoted a great part of his life to blackjack research and summed up all his explorations in one of the best blackjack books ever been written - "Beat the dealer". A great man with a humble lifestyle. Read more about Edward O. Thorp in his section.
Anyone who ever heard about people in blackjack knows Ken Uston - a top professional gambler who always was a few steps ahead of the casinos and who was a real disaster for them - he and his genuine team raided casino worldwide and lived a king's life until they got tired of it. Read more about Ken Uston in the corresponding section.
An inventor of tremendously popular method of card counting - wonging. Highest level of proficiency made him one of the most feared men in casinos worldwide. Read about Stanford Wong and his life in his section.
A man whose face was a sign of a great loss of money for casinos. Not just a professional with blackjack-way-thinking mind, but a wonderful actor, organizer, manager, trainer and promoter all-in-one. A unique person whose name became a legend; a captain of the most successful blackjack team in the history of this card game. A manager of a few more successful teams throughout the history of card counting in general. Read more info about Bill Kaplan in corresponding section.
A blackjack and poker champion, whose name is known and heard nearly on any really big event connected with card games. A trainer and a player in one person, and both extremely successful. Read more about Arnold Snyder in corresponding section.
Al Francesco is a man who is considered to be a founder of group card counting in that very aspect which we consider to see it nowadays. He invented a lot of useful and extraordinary ways to pretend being not a card counter when you actually count cards. For more info about Al Francesco read an article about him.