Friday, February 9, 2007

Give Your Spouse 52 Cards On Valentine’s Day

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Anyone can give a card on Valentine’s Day, but 52 cards is even better.

That’s the theory presented by the Blackjack Institute, an organization that teaches people the finer points of winning at cards. The organization is operated by two members of an MIT blackjack card-counting team that won millions back in the 1990s.

From now until Wednesday (Feb. 14), the Institute is offering a deal for couples who want to learn the secrets of winning at blackjack together.

For $5000, Blackjack Institute cofounders Michael Aponte and David Irvine will fly to your home and a spend a day teaching you and your sweetie how to count cards at the Blackjack table and other social and multi-tasking skills.

As Aponte puts it, “It’s good to play together. When a couple shares the responsibility of card-counting, it appears more natural to casino officials.”

Aponte doesn’t know if learning couples blackjack might have saved the marriages of celeb couples like Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe, but he does say that winning money as a couple can definitely be an aphrodisiac.

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