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My First Bear Market, By the Book

Practically as soon as I could count to 21, my father taught me to play blackjack. Dad insisted I play "by the book" (the one sold in casino gift shops), always making the move with the best odds to win the most money. Sometimes that means doubling your bet with a relatively weak hand, or asking for another card, even when it looks like you'll win. Easy enough, when

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