A New York Times best-seller, this is the true story of how six M.I.T. students beat Vegas at its game-blackjack. Using complex calculations, disguises, and teamwork, the students made fortunes in the biggest casinos, and it was all perfectly legal. Mezrich's suspenseful account has been called a real-life Ocean's Eleven. "A lively tale that could pass for thriller fiction . Mezrich's skilled yet easy writing draws sweat to the reader's brow."-Rocky Mountain News
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"This account of the MIT nerds who (legally!) beat the Vegas casinos out of millions gilds the lily by overdramatizing an already fascinating true story. Thank goodness narrator Heller pulls in the opposite direction to restore some equilibrium. He was obviously cast for his youthful voice, but he also provides an intelligent, contained interpretation. The mix of tabloid writing and Apollonian delivery works particularly well. A tasty snack of a listen. Y.R. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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