All about blackjack casinos video

Blackjack is considered as one of the most popular and widespread casino games ever. It originated in the 17th century in France and came to America only in 19th century with French immigrants. It is not the oldest gambling game for sure, but nowadays no one self-esteemed casino (no matter, land-based or online) would miss an opportunity to place special tables for playing blackjack.

Such popularity of blackjack is caused by the fact that this is a game of skill mainly, so any gambler could reach astonishing results just due to diligent training and perfect rules knowledge. In addition, the game is really exciting and spectacular, so it seems that blackjack comprises all the needful elements to be a popular gambling game.

There is a lot of blackjack casinos video that would either be a good visual training aid, or just serves for entertainment.

Educational blackjack casinos video

If you pursue a goal to learn something new about blackjack rules or game specialties, you really need to see the following blackjack guides:

  • Essential Blackjack: A Guide for Players and Dealers (2006);
  • Minutes to Winning Blackjack (2005);
  • Blackjack, Slots and Craps Winning Strategies (2005).

These are the most recent blackjack movies which contain actual and useful information about any trifle about blackjack game that you always wanted to know.

Entertaining blackjack casinos video

There are a huge amount of feature films that contain references for blackjack odds or blackjack cheating, but sometimes movie directors even shoot full-length films where blackjack plays an important role and blackjack rules appear to be crucial for main characters' fate.

For instance, in 'Croupier' (1998) directed by Mike Hodges the main hero named Jack Manfred decides to become a croupier in one of London casinos. Within some time he appears to be involved in gambling world really deeply and as a result Jack loses a feeling of reality and his alter ego - calm and detached - seizes control over his consciousness.

Probably, the most exciting and well-known blackjack casinos video is called '21' directed by Robert Luketic, which tells a story about MIT team student named Ben Campbell, who is eager to get Harvard university's education but has no enough capital to pay for tuition fee. While searching for money, Ben and his friends come to Las Vegas and try to win the needful amount in blackjack.

Another bright example of blackjack cinematography is presented by the film 'The Hot Shoe' by David Layton. The film is directed in a documentary manner and consists of various interviews taken from famous blackjack players about different aspects and pitfalls of blackjack game. Among most known players who took part in the movie are Bill Zender, Edward Thorp, Max Rubin, Stanford Wong and even Peter Griffin. Concerning the actors' blackjack experience the film is really useful both for professional players and newbies as well.