Great Blackjack Player Passed Away

13 Dec 2010
Great Blackjack Player Passed Away

The blackjack game community is still shocked by desperate thing happened to one of the greatest card players of the century Larry Evans. The blackjack master passed away during the operation on gall bladder. That was a minor operation, but the man was 78 years old. Evans dwelled in Nevada and was a reputable author of several educative gambling books and few concerning chess.

As soon as Evans had learned how to play blackjack he also got familiar with card counting. Larry Evans had amazing blackjack skills which were supported by his mathematical abilities and logical approach to this famous game. His name is well-known by many players as a name of the constant winner. Evans made himself known in gambling world long ago in 1968, before the counting of cards became popular amongst casino players. Evans successfully used his math abilities and pure logic during counting due to what he managed to gain a great amount of money.

Thus, his wonderful abilities combined with a grit made him one of the pioneers of card counting that surpassed many other players who gambled later and used the method, proven by Evans. As every respectful card counter the man at the end was detected and banned from many casinos. However, his contribution expressed by great understandable theoretical material on blackjack will always be highly appreciated by many.

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