Jimmy Chew is one the most versatile gambling games players of all times. When big money is on the table, Chew has been tagged by some as "the man who can't be beat."
Now, in Walking Around Lucky: Navigate America's New Lust for Gambling, Chew shares six decades of insights and experiences. Many of his stories are colorful memories of friends and foes like Sam Snead, Raymond Floyd, Lanny Wadkins, Bobby Baldwin, Stu Ungar, Oswald Jacoby, Mickey Mantle, and Ralph Terry. Other chapters offer practical advice, from how to compete under pressure to Chew's unique blackjack money management system and his scathing analysis of casino hybrid blackjack games. Chew believes his chapter on Sports Betting is a must read for anyone who wants to bet on sporting events. He also shares his inside knowledge of gin rummy, bridge, backgammon, horse racing and golf. Chew desires to send the message to gamblers that casinos and sports books are tough to beat but, if you must, this is a chance to learn how to limit the risks and increase the rewards.