Arnold Snyder's Blackjack Forum
The Website Run By Professional Blackjack Players
Since 1981, Arnold Snyder's Blackjack Forum has been the leading trade journal for professional gamblers. Now the tradition continues online.
Blackjack Forum Online exists to help players make money gambling with an advantage. All the information provided here is free.
You will find there is a big difference between the kind of gambling advice you get from professional gamblers, and the kind of advice you get from "experts" who make their money selling systems and books and don't risk their own money at the tables. We would like you to know that you really can make money from gambling, even make gambling your profession, if you choose.
Win at Blackjack With or Without Card Counting
Players who want to know if they could become winning blackjack players should start with A First Year of Card Counting, a realistic and funny account of card counting as a part-time avocation.
Card-counting is not the only way to beat blackjack, but it's the first step toward the advanced strategies professional gamblers use to make a lot of money at the game.
Players who want to start learning how to win at blackjack should start with our Intro to Winning Blackjack section (see links directly below).
If you are considering a career as a professional gambler, we suggest you start with our Blackjack Forum Professional Gambling Library, the largest source of honest professional blackjack, poker and online gambling information on the Web.
Inside you will find articles by Blackjack Hall of Fame members Arnold Snyder, Ken Uston, Stanford Wong, James Grosjean, Max Rubin, Peter Griffin, and Richard W. Munchkin, plus interviews with Tommy Hyland, Al Francesco, Keith Taft, Johnny C., manager of the MIT blackjack team, Darryl Purpose and other great blackjack players who have made gambling history.
There is even info on beating slots, roulette, lotteries and keno in our library.
Free Blackjack Card Counting Systems and Software: The PowerSim Project
For free easy card counting systems, see our complete instructions for the Easy OPP Card Counting System (the easiest system ever developed) and the Easy Red 7 System (a slightly more difficult but also more powerful system).
For a simple but powerful professional-level card counting system (in fact, the count I use myself), see The Hi-Lo Lite.
ETFan has contributed his open source PowerSim blackjack and card counting simulation software. As a blackjack researcher and professional player, ETFan wanted to take simulation software in new directions in order to meet the changed needs of today's blackjack players.
Better tools will mean more money for players.
The programmable PowerSim is also easily modified by players to run new types of simulations. This has led to simulations of the new and innovative OPP Count for beginning players.
Also free: Download free card counting practice software and Sam Case's blackjack card counting strategy index generator directly below. The strategy index generator produces strategy index numbers for any balanced card counting system. You put in the count values and true count method for any counting system you are researching, and the generator will tell you the true count at which to change your playing strategy. ♠
Free Blackjack Card Counting Strategy Index Generator
Download Free Program for Devising Playing Strategy Index Numbers for Any Balanced Blackjack Card Counting System
Free Programmable Blackjack & Card Counting Simulation Software
1. January 11, 2007 Release of PowerSim
2. Download Blackjack PowerSim & Instructions
Free (Version 6, January 11, 2007 upgrade)
3. Install XBasic Free
(For detailed instructions, see the
Instructions.doc in the Blackjack Power Sim
4. Download XBasic Documentation Free
Announcing the Release of PowerSim Open Source Blackjack & Card Counting Simulation Software
by ET Fan
The Blackjack Power Sim Project:
The Importance of Free Programmable
Blackjack Simulation Software for Serious Players
by Arnold Snyder
PowerSim: No Compromise on Accuracy
by ET Fan
Blackjack and Betting Systems: Is Oscar's System a Winner?
The First Card Counters:
Edward O. Thorp's 1962 Blackjack Card Counting Trip
Interview With Blackjack Hall of Fame Player Ken Uston
The Blackjack Hall of Fame
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Learn Blackjack, Card Counting, Online Casino Gambling, and Other Professional Gambling Techniques from Blackjack Hall of Fame members and the Best Professional Gamblers in the World
Arnold Snyder was elected by professional gamblers as one of the original seven inductees to the Blackjack Hall of Fame for his radical Red 7 card counting system and his other innovative professional gambling strategies and innovations.
Learn winning blackjack and online blackjack strategy, with and without card counting, from the top professional blackjack players in the world at Arnold Snyder's Blackjack Forum Online.
Arnold Snyder's Blackjack Forum professional gambling library has over 100 articles by professional gamblers, including Blackjack Hall of Fame member James Grosjean, Richard W. Munchkin, and great blackjack player Nick Alexander, on blackjack card counting, blackjack betting strategy, blackjack ace location, blackjack shuffle tracking, hole-carding, how to win at online blackjack with the top rated online casino bonuses, blackjack tournaments, casino surveillance and card counting, card cheating at blackjack and poker, interviews with the managers of the top blackjack card counting teams, and a lot more.
The Blackjack Forum site provides free card counting systems from easy to professional, professional gamblers' comparisons of card counting systems, practical tips for winning with card counting and without card counting, and state of the art blackjack card counting simulation software. Whether you would like to make a living as a professional gambler or just start winning when you play (in a land-based casino or online), join us at Arnold Snyder's Blackjack Forum.