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Topcat
07-02-2005, 09:58 PM
I'm not sure what Barry Meadow has up his sleeve but he claims you can beat the interent BJ casinos see below. I'm not sure what to make of this as I thought that this was impossible since the games "shuffle" every hand.
Barry does have a decent rep as a money mangement maven and author so
I'm not sure what he's working on.

Anybody read this? Got an opinion?

Here's what I got:
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Crushing the Internet Casinos
A Blackjack Forum Professional Report
by Barry Meadow


#1325
Paperback Special Report
63 pages


Barry Meadow

Description:
You can earn back the price of this report in one hour! Itís a fact. Thereís profit potential in thousands of casinos on the Net, but you have to know how to exploit it.

This report contains everything online gamblers need to know about advantage play at the Web-based casinos. It provides a detailed step-by-step on getting started, and choosing the right casinos. It then describes setting up accounts, depositing funds, playing the games, and analyzing the bonuses (which is where the advantage lies).

With proper money management, and playing skill (described in the book) it's very possible to make $50 to $100 an hour by exploiting these bonuses. Online casinos hate this manual and hope that no one ever sees it. They know an informed player can beat them, and this special report gives a step-by-step on how to do it.

You still have to be disciplined and follow these steps. If you just want to gamble and have fun, this book will help you avoid costly mistakes. If you want to earn some nice moolah, then follow these steps methodically for a nice boost to your bankroll.

Other topics covered within these pages are avoiding pitfalls, solving problems, withdrawing money, keeping records, identifying the scam sites, even earning comp points and becoming an affiliate.

No online gambler can afford to not to have this information. Barry's hundreds of hours of online play will save you tons of research time and costly mistakes.

Tom
07-02-2005, 10:25 PM
"Anybody read this? Got an opinion?"

MHO...Barry needs cash. :D

so.cal.fan
07-02-2005, 10:50 PM
Caution......caution.......caution.......
Any online gaming is a huge red flag in my opinion.
Not for me.

Topcat
07-03-2005, 12:04 AM
"Anybody read this? Got an opinion?"

MHO...Barry needs cash. :D

Good one-that very well may be the case and certainly Meadow is nothing
if not enterprising but my guess is it has something to do with sign up bonuses. Get the bonus, hope to play even to qualify for the hours you need online and close out the account and on to the next one.

kingfin66
07-03-2005, 01:45 AM
He has had that for sale for a long time. My guess is that the plan goes something like this.

1. Join an internet casino. Click through from Barry's link and Barry gets paid either a flat fee or a cut of your lifetime losses. If this really is a paper and not an e-book, then there would be no link and no cut for Barry from the casion.

2. Follow a basic strategy similar to one outlined in various BJ books. When to hit, fold, surrender, etc..

3. Online sportsbooks, casinos and horse racing books give sign up bonuses that kick in after you churn a certain amount of action. They credit the money instantly, but you can't withdrawn until you meet the churn requirment.

4. After playing the required number of hands, and assuming you haven't lost the bonus and/or your own deposit, you withdraw the funds.

5. Repeat over and over again.

I have not bought this book and the above is just a guess. It's really a good money making idea. With Barry's knowledge of probabilities and math, I would guess that his basic strategy is probably pretty good.