If you are a blackjack beginner, you do not want this book. Trying to read this book at the beginners’ level is the same as trying to read classic literature in 2nd grade. Even if you can figure out something here or there, the meat and bones of the book will be lost to you. This book is dealing with some advanced mathematical functions, and will simply confuse you and make you think that blackjack is not worth your time. If you are a beginner, look for a beginners’ book.
For those of you who have some experience in front of the table, the read is one of varying interests. If you enjoy math and math-based literature, you may have found your book right here. If in-depth, often longwinded explanations to every possible scenario under the sun are not your cup of tea, you may not want to pick up Blackjack Attack.
In order to save everyone some time and the occasional bit of anger, here is a secret about Blackjack Attack. This book teaches no new system, it simply expounds upon the systems already in use, and does so in a level of detail that is nearly excruciating at points. If you want to know the math behind blackjack, and have enough experience, then this book is for you.
Perhaps the worst trait of this book is the price tag, which is over $25 dollars. This is fairly steep in comparison to other blackjack books.