Arnold Snyder Biography
Arnold Snyder is a regular winner in no-limit hold’em tournaments and a professional gambler who has been writing about casino gambling for over two decades. In January 2003, Snyder was elected one of the seven charter members of the “Blackjack Hall of Fame.” He is the author of five gambling books and has appeared (in disguise) on the Travel Channel, and in The Hot Shoe, a 2003 video documentary on card counting.
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Arnold discusses his first novel “Risk of Ruin” about Bart Black, a professional gambler-biker-tattoo-artist who becomes obsessed with an underage stripper who believe’s she’s god. Listen as he talks about his novel and Blackjack.
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Blackbelt in Blackjack
In the spirit of Doyle Brunson’s Super System, Arnold Snyder’s Blackbelt in Blackjack is an underground gambling classic written by one of the grand masters of blackjack and a legend. This newly revised and updated edition is now made available for the first time to a national audience. This is blackjack as a martial art, targeted for serious and professional players looking to win real money at the game. Snyder reveals tips and tricks used by the pros-shuffle tracking, team play, multiple deck camouflage techniques so that the casino can’t detect that the player is using winning techniques, and much more. 21 powerful chapters include a complete course on beating blackjack: the devastating red 7 count, the hi-lo count, the zen count, the true count, and so much more.