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6 Best Gambling Business Books to Read in 2021 | Book List

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Gambling Business Books. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

You Can’t Lose Them All by Sal Iocono

This product was recommended by Jesse Lingard from Ranksoldier Pvt. Ltd

The book did not disappoint. Vegas, not so much. Funny, insightful, full of stories of Cousin Sal with his nose so far up Tony Romos’ nether regions it is surprising he ever finished the book.

A man for all markets by Edward O. Thorp

This product was recommended by Jesse Lingard from Ranksoldier Pvt. Ltd

In A Man for All Markets, [Thorp] delightfully recounts his progress (if that is the word) from college teacher to gambler to hedge-fund manager. Along the way we learn important lessons about the functioning of markets and the logic of investment.

The Greatest Gambling Story Ever Told by Mark Paul

This product was recommended by Jesse Lingard from Ranksoldier Pvt. Ltd

I came across this book… that I think a lot of you might like. It’s light, it moves quickly, it’s fun.

Scarne’s Complete Guide To Gambling By John Scarne

This product was recommended by Brack Nelson from Incrementors

Excellent book for beginners which covers all, including the history and the rules of all the most popular casino games, some gambling math, and even some tips to cheat which all you are supposed to know but of course never use. In a nutshell, this book is a sort of encyclopedia that any avid gambler would love to have. The book also covers many anecdotal accounts of real and fictional events which make it fun and easy to read.

The Professor, the Banker, and the Suicide King by Michael Craig

This product was recommended by Dean Jones from Societal

Poker is one of the most exciting games until you play at a casino and read in this book. The book shows the glimpse and glamour of Las Vegas and follows the unfolding of events around the highest stake poker game ever played. When you read, you will introduce some of the best professional poker players who have ever set foot in Vegas Casinos, including American real estate and banking guru Andrew Beal. The characters, huge bankrolls, and intrigues make this book one of the best gambling novels on the market. If you have usually admired what goes through the mind of a high-stakes gambler, you need this book in your library.

Roll the Bones by David G. Schwartz

This product was recommended by Sally Blake from ittybittybags

David has written a truly comprehensive historical account of gambling. He tells his story in a way that guides the reader through the detailed historical context while also drawing appropriate connections between the past and the present. If you are engaged in gambling and want an informative guide to the origins of gambling to the current gambling culture, this is a must-read. Fun to read, this fine work will interest anyone interested in gambling or Las Vegas history. Dr. Schwartz hits a perfect balance between serious and quirky in this amusing book. His heavyweight credentials as a gambling historian come through but are never displayed for their own sake.

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