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The Basics

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Master Card Counting
and Become a Winning Player

  • The Video Course
    Over 100 Videos covering card counting concepts.
  • Training Drills
    Test your skills before you hit the casinos.
  • Members Forum
    Join the conversation of aspiring & professional card counters
  • The BJA Podcast
    Dozens of hours of invaluable advice from experienced and proven professionals.
  • Bonus Content
    Enhance your Training


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All the Training and Tools You Need
to Become a Professional Card Counter

  • Everything from Starter Membership
  • Casino411
    The largest insider casino intel database exclusive to BJA members
  • Betting Software
    Calculate your optimum betting strategy
  • Results Tracker Pro Software
    Track results, chart your progress
  • Bonus Content
    The ultimate guide to card counting in Vegas


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Your Fast Track to Becoming
a Professional Card Counter

  • Everything from Apprentice Membership
  • Physical Training Kit
    Essential at-home training materials
  • Personalized Bankroll Coaching
    Colin crafts your optimum bankroll strategy
  • 30-Minute Phone Consultation
    Jump start your training with a personalized career consultation with Colin.
  • 'Holy Rollers' DVD
    The Award-Winning Feature Length Documentary

"Previously I thought my game was ok but after studying the videos on the site I saw my weaknesses. The advice and videos on Blackjack Apprenticeship have dramatically improved my game."

— Jerry, Apprentice Member

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I ready for a membership?

We have thorough articles on blackjack and card counting, if you want to do some quick learning. But, our membership is step-by-step training process — from the basics, all the way to mastering the game. It’s thorough, it’s efficient, and leaves no room for missing pieces (which could cost you big time). You’ll know everything you need by the time you’re done. Starting now is your quickest, most efficient, and most effective path to beating blackjack. 

Is it worth the cost?

You should know that this level of training, tools, and success-rate exists no where else on earth. This is the best card counting training. Period. In card counting, smart investing means guaranteed returns. The pros will tell you… your investment starts by investing in yourself — by using the same training used to train an army of winning card counters over the last 15 years. We are so confident in our memberships that we offer a 14-day money-back guarantee. No questions asked. 

Does it really work?

Yes. Our graduate members have taken millions of dollars from casinos. Card counting works when you master & execute it flawlessly — but mastering it is hard work. Our award-winning documentary  (featured on The New York TimesCNN, etc.) chronicles some of the ups and downs of card counting.

Could I just find a book?

You could! But there’s a difference between information and training. It’s the difference between reading a book about flying a plane and receiving flight training. We created Blackjack Apprenticeship to train people, in a fraction of the time, to become a professional card counter and beat casinos, all without having to read a single book.

Where should I start?

The Video Course is the best place to begin your training. This is a fine-tuned recipe for success, forged by years of experience running million dollar blackjack teams & training card counters. With the Blackjack Apprenticeship Membership, we’ve integrated our expertise with invaluable tools that guide you to a successful blackjack career.

If I join, will I get rich?

Maybe, but probably not. We are very clear that card counting isn’t a get rich quick scheme. It takes lots of work, dedication, and self-control. But for those who possess those skills and put in the effort, using our course can give you the opportunity to make money, instead of lose money at casinos. Read whether you’ve got the gusto at “Characteristics of a Card Counter.”