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- DescriptionThe author has been a casino worker, boss, and owner, an enforcement agent for the Nevada Gaming Control Board, and an advantage player. He has spent decades refining the art of casino management. In this title, he advocates radical - but proven - solutions to common gaming issues.
- Author BiographyBill Zender has an MBA and more than 30 years experience in the gaming industry. He's widely recognized within the industry as a leading authority on all aspects of casino management and game protection and is much sought after as a gaming operations consultant and lecturer. Bill is a former part owner, vice president, and Director of Casino Operations at the Aladdin Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas, and has written a number of books on game protection and advantage play, including the first book on card counting written specifically for the casino industry. In addition to these accomplishments, Bill spent two years as a member of the Nevada Gaming Control Board as an agent with the Division of Enforcement; owner and instructor at PCI Dealing School; Asian games manager at the Desert Inn in Las Vegas; and the interim General Manager at the Casino San Pablo, a card room and casino in California. He also spent some time on the other side of the gaming table as a professional card counter and advantage player. Presently, he's the owner and primary consultant for Last Resort Consulting.
- Author(s)Bill Zender
- PublisherHuntington Press
- Date of Publication15/04/2011
- GenreHobbies, Pastimes & Indoor Games
- Place of PublicationLas Vegas
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintHuntington Press
- Weight383 g
- Width140 mm
- Height216 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
- Edition Statement2nd Revised edition
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