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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.
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.