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1 Mollo, Victor How Good is Your Bridge?: The Short Cut to Expert Play
New York Hart Publishing Company, Inc. 1969 1st Edition Hardcover Fine N-Fine Book 
A square solid tight clean unread copy. This copy has some very light boardedge wear else fine. The priced jacket has some light edgewear, one very short tear, light fading in the spine area. First US Edition. 
Price: 89.50 USD
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2 Revere, Lawrence Playing Blackjack as a Business: A Textbook on Blackjack
Las Vegas Paul Mann Publishing 1969 1st Edition Plastic Comb Bound Very Good + Book 
a solid carefully read copy. This copy has red construction type paper boards with gold lettering and a plastic comb binding. This copy has some light rubbing wear, light cover soil, some minor edgewear, a 2" x 1/2 " chip on the edge of the rear cover some light creases along binding on both covers. The text block has some browning to extremities. Comparing dates and book construction with other examples listed on the internet this seems to be the true first of this title by about two years. 142 plus pages. 
Price: 69.50 USD
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3 THORP, EDWARD O. BEAT THE DEALER: A winning Strategy for the game of Twenty One
New York Vintage Books 1966 First Edition/First Print Mass Market Paperback Fine Book 
A square solid tight clean unread unused and COMPLETE copy. The first and considered by many the best Black Jack system invented. This copy has a bit of browning to the reverse of the covers. Issue #V310. The key cards of charts designed by the author are still attached to the book. A very nice copy. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND WILL NORMALLY SHIP NEXT DAY. This is the system that caused Vegas to change the rules. 
Price: 49.50 USD
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