Limited-Time SUMMER SPECIAL… BECOME AN ADVANTAGE PLAYER IN BLACKJACK PLUS SAVE $200 & GET $325 in FREE PRODUCTS!
Limited-Time SUMMER SPECIAL…
BECOME AN ADVANTAGE PLAYER IN BLACKJACK
PLUS SAVE $200 & GET $325 in FREE PRODUCTS!
We've never had an offer this good for our two-day, hands-on blackjack course.
$200 off the tuition and $325 in free gifts.
Book a flight to Vegas NOW for June 23 and 24.
So easy to learn, you can hit the blackjack tables while you're there!
Henry Tamburin will be teaching the Golden Touch Blackjack course featuring Speed Count on June 23 & 24 in Las Vegas. In just two days of intensive hands-on training, you can become an advantage blackjack player. The course focuses on the Optimum Basic Playing Strategy, Speed Count, betting strategies, exit strategies, when to take insurance, game selection, money management, risk of ruin, comps, and casino comportment. You will develop your new skills by practicing the playing & betting strategies in our simulated casino environment complete with blackjack tables, and using our Speed Count training software. Henry Tamburin plus co-instructors Frank Scoblete, and Dom Loriggio have a combined 80 years of experience as successful advantage players, and they will impart their experience and wisdom to you on how to win at blackjack. This is their fourth year of teaching this course to hundreds of players across the country; go to http://www.goldentouchblackjack.com/feedback.shtml to read some of the student testimonials.
The regular tuition for the 2-day course is $895. If you register by June 10, the tuition is only $695 (save $200), and you will also receive $325 worth of fantastic FREE products that include:
To be eligible to receive the $200 course discount plus $325 worth of FREE products, you must register for the June 22 & 23 course by June 10 by calling
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