Ken Uston Blackjack/Poker

Coleco & CBS ElectronicsRelease year : 1982
Manufacturer :Coleco/CBS
Developer :Coleco
Type : Card
Coleco # 2439 - CBS # 4L1844

 

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SCANS OF THE CBS3 MODEL




CBS3-manual
 
Front
Ref 7433-7R1
Back
Ref 7433-7R1
Cart
Ref 4L1844
Manual
Ref 2L2226

Package ©1983 CBS Inc., 51 West 52nd Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10019
Program and Audio Visual ©1982 Coleco Industries Inc.
Printed in Holland. Packaged in The U.K.
ICC 243901

SCANS OF THE COLECO1 MODEL R2





Front (U) Back (U) Cart (U) Manual (U)
Ref 78132

Front scan from VideoGameObsession.com

Packaged in U.S.A.
Package, Program and Audiovisual ©1983 Coleco Industries, Inc.
Amsterdam, New York 12010. Printed in U.S.A.
Barcode : 0 76930 20431

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PHOTOS FOUND ON THE NET

KenUston US Cart

OTHER MODELS

No CBS1 No CBS2 No CBS4 No Coleco2

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Universal Game Case
Cartridge Sleeve
 

 

GAME DESCRIPTION

Bring the excitement of a casino night to your own home with KEN USTON BLACKJACK/POKER.

In BLACKJACK, pit your card skills against Max, the casino dealer. A special HELP feature allows you to call for assistance.

In POKER, play one-on-one Five-Card Stud. But don't let Max's poker face fool you. Who knows what's in the cards?

MISCELLANEOUS

GAME TRIVIA

Ken Uston (January 12, 1935 – September 19, 1987) was a famous blackjack player, strategist, and author, credited with popularizing the concept of team play at blackjack.

During the early to mid-1970s he gained widespread notoriety for perfecting techniques to do team card counting in numerous casinos worldwide, earning millions of dollars from the casinos, with some bets as high as $12,000 on a single hand.

He then became famous for being banned from casinos around the world, and thus became a master of disguise as he would adopt various costumes in order to conceal his true identity and still be able to play.