After you read this book, you will be able to go into any casino and win a million dollars or more any time you want. You’ll be able to buy an island paradise where you will live a life of luxury few people have ever experienced. You’ll live in a mansion bigger than any palace any king or emperor has ever constructed. You’ll have cars and airplanes and servants. The pleasures of the world await you within the pages of this book. And to top it off, I have a bridge you can buy that links Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Right now it is called the Brooklyn Bridge, but you can name it after yourself once you own it. Obviously the above paragraphs are total baloney, the kind of baloney systems-sellers hawk to unwary casino gamblers. So ignore them and come down to earth with the rest of us. I can tell you this without any of the baloney: Casino Conquest is just what its name clearly states.
Why Player One Is Too Cynical
Some games can be beaten by some systems—if we define system merely as an organized, mathematically valid, advantage-play approach to a specific game—such as card counting at blackjack, dice control at craps, 100 percent–return video poker machines, advantage-play slot machines, etc.
Player Two’s Betting Systems
Resemble Sewer Systems The typical betting systems, such as doubling up after one’s previous loss—known as the Martingale system—or searching out trends that you bet with or against or only allowing yourself three, four, or however many consecutive losses before switching tables or some such are all losers. Such betting systems cannot overcome the house edges despite the fact that many (losing) gamblers swear by such systems.
Betting systems do not require knowledge of what cards remain in the shoe, as advantage-blackjack betting does. Betting systems do not require the skill to influence the outcome of a dice throw. Betting systems are simply hopeful expressions of a gambler’s hopelessness, because such systems will invariably fail, as they are all based on nothing more than faith and hope.