Jeff Ma '90 - entrepreneur and member of the MIT blackjack team which inspired the book 'Bringing Down the House' and the movie '21'

Jeff Ma '90 - entrepreneur and member of the MIT blackjack team which inspired the book 'Bringing Down the House' and the movie '21'

@pensacolamesshall Raises The Stakes pt. 2!Friday #Movie Night, "21" & #Casino Night on Saturday --> http://www.pensacolamesshall.org/events/mess-hall-raises-the-stakes/ #mit21 #MIT #BlackJack Team #Cards #Roulette #Poker #TexasHoldEm #LasVegas #breakingvegas

@pensacolamesshall Raises The Stakes pt. 2!Friday #Movie Night, "21" & #Casino Night on Saturday --> http://www.pensacolamesshall.org/events/mess-hall-raises-the-stakes/ #mit21 #MIT #BlackJack Team #Cards #Roulette #Poker #TexasHoldEm #LasVegas #breakingvegas

From MIT’s blackjack team to the quantified self: Jeff Ma’s new startup TenXer

From MIT’s blackjack team to the quantified self: Jeff Ma’s new startup TenXer

History vs. Hollywood: How true is The Story of - 21 (2008) Starring Kevin Spacey, Jim Sturgess, Kate Bosworth based on Ben Mezrich's book "Bringing Down the House" which tells the true story of the real MIT Blackjack Team during the 1990s

History vs. Hollywood: How true is The Story of - 21 (2008) Starring Kevin Spacey, Jim Sturgess, Kate Bosworth based on Ben Mezrich's book "Bringing Down the House" which tells the true story of the real MIT Blackjack Team during the 1990s

Video:  Interesting keynote from Jeff Ma, a member of the infamous MIT blackjack team that created an ingenious method for counting cards. This was a keynote presentation at SAS Global Forum 2015 in Dallas.

Video: Interesting keynote from Jeff Ma, a member of the infamous MIT blackjack team that created an ingenious method for counting cards. This was a keynote presentation at SAS Global Forum 2015 in Dallas.

Bill Kaplan, co-founder of the MIT blackjack team that took Vegas for millions, has a few tricks up his sleeve. You may not bring down the house, but here are 11 of his tips that will give amateur gamblers an extra edge.

Bill Kaplan, co-founder of the MIT blackjack team that took Vegas for millions, has a few tricks up his sleeve. You may not bring down the house, but here are 11 of his tips that will give amateur gamblers an extra edge.

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