Blackjack Science - Seminars by the MIT Blackjack Team
English | 720x544 | XviD | 29.97fps 1913kbps | Mp3 128kbps 48.0khz | 1.81GB
Blackjack Science is offering two Instructional DVDs starring Semyon Dukach, based on actual seminar footage.
The first DVD focuses on card counting and betting techniques used by each of two MIT blackjack teams, and the few other pros who have managed to beat the casinos.
The second DVD contains detailed instructions on playing the most advanced games employed by Semyon's Amphibian Investments MIT blackjack team to get a much bigger edge on the casinos than even other blackjack teams: Shuffle Tracking, Key Card sequencing, and Cut Card placement techniques.
Card Counting and Betting Techniques DVD
Semyon talks about Basic Strategy, teaches card counting techniques, instructs on increasing your advantage over the casinos, varying your bet, long-term planning, and gives many other tips on playing blackjack and winning. The DVD is 50 minutes long. It's a great DVD for beginners as well as for more advanced players, because it has both detailed instructions and practical advice from Semyon Dukach, based on his experience of leading the notorious Amphibian Investments MIT blackjack team for several years in the mid 90's. If you don't know how to count cards, this DVD will be very helpful. But if you count cards and for some reason the game has not been great for you yet, this DVD will help sharpen your strategy and your skills. The DVD includes the following chapters:
1. Basic Strategy
2. Long Term Planning
3. Card Counting
5. Numbers Variation
Advanced Techniques DVD
The second DVD from Blackjack Science contains information on advanced techniques -- Cut Cards, Ace Sequencing, Shuffle Tracking -- as they were used by Semyon's Amphibian Investments MIT blackjack team. In certain situations, they will increase a player's advantage to as much as 50% per hand, as opposed to the 5% per hand maximum advantage you can expect from simple card counting. Outside of Semyon's seminars, this DVD is first time he has revealed any of those professional secrets to public. The Advanced Techniques DVD is one hour and 50 minutes long, and it includes the following chapters: