Anne Lewis, a prominent memory researcher, has created a comprehensive list of best memory strategy recommendations for BlackJack and its sequels, Blackjack Perfect and Blackjack Classic.
Lewis said the list was compiled by looking at research on the impact of playing games on players, and that she wanted to highlight the positive effects that games have on mental health, and not just because they’re fun.
She said that there is some debate about whether games are harmful to mental health because of their focus on skill.
For example, Lewis said that some studies have found that playing games increases aggression in people who have been bullied, but she doesn’t see that as a strong enough reason to stop playing games.
The best memory tips for Blackjacks are more focused on making a positive difference in the lives of people.
“There are so many ways that Blackjack can help people, so I think the list is very much a reflection of that,” Lewis said.
“I’ve really tried to put all these strategies together in a way that’s not just a checklist of good memory strategies.”
She also said that the list also includes recommendations for improving the social skills of your fellow players.
“It’s not really about playing Blackjack for the game itself,” she said.
The list also addresses a few more specific problems that Blackjaks are facing today.
Lewis noted that the games are still a very popular hobby in some parts of the country.
“You could say there’s a lack of appreciation for what games are doing to our society, and we really need to address that,” she told ABC News.
“So I think a lot of these things are in need of an update.”
She said there are some games that are a good fit for people with mental health problems, and she’s open to looking at other games that have similar mental health themes, including chess.