Franklin BOOKMAN BJP-2034 User Manual

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E L E C T R O N I C B O O K C A R D

Blackjack &

Video Poker

USER’S GUIDE

BJP-2034

License Agreement

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LIMITED USE LICENSE

All rights in the BOOKMAN BOOK CARD remain the property of FRANKLIN. Through your purchase, FRANKLIN grants you a personal and nonexclusive license to use the BOOKMAN BOOK CARD on a single FRANKLIN BOOKMAN at a time. You may not make any copies of the BOOKMAN BOOK CARD or of the data stored therein, whether in electronic or print format. Such copying would be in violation of applicable copyright laws. Further, you may not modify, adapt, disassemble, decompile, translate, create derivative works of, or in any way reverse engineer the BOOKMAN BOOK CARD. You may not export or reexport, directly or indirectly, the BOOKMAN BOOK CARD without compliance with appropriate governmental regulations. The BOOKMAN BOOK CARD contains Franklin’s confidential and propriety information which you agree to take adequate steps to protect from unauthorized disclosure or use. This license is effective until terminated. This license terminates immediately without notice from FRANKLIN if you fail to comply with any provision of this license.

Contents

Welcome to the world of BOOKMAN! BOOKMAN is a powerful, portable electronic reference with a built-inbook and a slot in the back for more books. WithBlackjack & Video Poker you can learn how to play both Blackjack and Video Poker just like

in the casinos. Also you can use the teach mode to learn how to play Blackjack more effectively. Plus, your score will be saved even if you turn your BOOKMAN off. Use your BOOKMAN to read this book card. See “Installing Book Cards” to learn how.

Installing a Book Card ....................................................

3

Selecting Books .............................................................

3

Using the Color Keys ......................................................

4

Changing Settings ..........................................................

4

Getting Help ...................................................................

5

About Blackjack .............................................................

6

Blackjack Hand Options .................................................

7

Playing Blackjack ...........................................................

7

Blackjack Options ..........................................................

9

Buying Insurance & Splitting a Pair ................................

9

Winning Strategies .......................................................

10

About Video Poker .......................................................

12

Winning Poker Hands ...................................................

12

Video Poker Options ....................................................

13

Playing Video Poker .....................................................

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Copyrights & Patents....................................................

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Index ............................................................................

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Key Guide

CLEAR

MENU

STAND

DEAL/H IT

Function Keys

Clears an entry.

Goes to the menu screen. (red) Stays with current cards.

(green) Deals a new card in Blackjack and deals new cards in Video Poker.

SCORE

(yellow) Shows your current

 

score.

HINT

(blue) Gives a hint in Black-

 

jack and rates the value of

 

your hand.

CARD

Exits the book you are reading.

ON/OFF

Turns BOOKMAN on or off.

Understanding the Color Keys

The color keys (red, green, yellow, and blue) perform the functions listed above only for the BOOKMAN book card described in this User’s Guide.

Other books have their own color key functions, which are labelled on their book cards and listed in their User’s Guides. For more information, read “Using the Color Keys.”

 

Other Keys

BACK

Backs up to the previous

 

screen.

ENTER

Selects a menu item or deals

 

new cards.

HELP

Shows help messages.

 

Hot Keys

DDouble down in Blackjack, and deals new cards in Video Poker.

GGives up (surrenders) the hand in Blackjack.

HDeals a new card in Blackjack, and holds a card in Video Poker.

SStays with current cards in Blackjack.

Direction Keys

Move in indicated direction.

Pages up or down.

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Installing a Book Card

 

Selecting Books

 

 

 

Warning: Never install or remove a book card while your BOOKMAN is turned on. If you do, information that you entered in itsbuilt-inbook and in an installed book will be erased.

1.Turn your BOOKMAN off.

2.Turn your BOOKMAN over.

3.Align the tabs on the book card with the notches in the slot.

Once you have installed a book card in your BOOKMAN, you can select which book you want to use.

1.Turn BOOKMAN on.

2.Press CARD .

These are sample books.

3.Press orto highlight the book you want to use.

4.Press ENTER to select it.

4.Press the book card down until it snaps into place.

Removing a Book Card

Warning: When you remove a book card to install another, information that you have entered in the removed book card will be erased.

About Screen Illustrations

Some screen illustrations in this User’s Guide may differ from what you see on the actual screen. This does not mean that your BOOKMAN is malfunctioning.

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Using the Color Keys

 

Changing Settings

 

 

 

The red, green, yellow and blue keys on your BOOKMAN change functions according to which book is selected.

When the built-inbook is selected, the color keys function as labelled on the BOOKMAN keyboard. When a book card is selected, the color keys function as labelled on that card.

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Resuming Where You Left Off

You can turn off your BOOKMAN at any screen. When you turn your BOOKMAN on again. The screen that you last viewed appears.

You can adjust the shutoff time and the screen contrast. The shutoff time is how long BOOKMAN stays on if you forget to turn it off, and the contrast determines how dark the screen appears.

1.Press MENU .

2.Press twice to highlight the Other menu.

3.Highlight Set Shutoffor Set Contrast.

4.Press ENTER .

5.Highlight a setting.

Or press orrepeatedly, if you selectedSet Contrast.

To exit without changing settings, press BACK .

6.Press ENTER to select the setting.

7 Press CLEAR when done.

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Getting Help

 

Getting Help

 

 

 

Viewing a Demonstration

This product comes equipped with a brief demonstration which describes the many features of this product and how to use them. To view the demo, press MENU . Then, highlight the Other menu and selectView Demo. (NOTE: If you selectView Demo, the product will ask if you wish to reset the scores. If you pressN , then the Demo will not run.)

Viewing the Rules

Rules for both Blackjack and Video Poker can be found by pressing MENU , highlighting the Rules menu, and then selecting eitherBlackjack orVideo Poker.

The Blackjack rules describe the different betting options, the object of the game, and the strategy of your opponent (i.e., the dealer). The Video Poker rules describe the object of the game, the different winning hand combinations, and their values.

Viewing Help

You can view a help message at virtually any screen by pressing HELP . Use the direction keys to read it. To exit help, pressBACK .

Viewing the Tutorial

To read a tutorial of how to use the main functions and keys of this product, press MENU , and selectTutorial from the Other menu.

Changing the Help Language

The Help messages and the Rules are available in English, German, French, and Spanish. To change the Help language, press MENU , and select

Help/Rules Language from the Other menu. Then highlight the desired language and press ENTER to select it.

Follow the Arrows

The flashing arrows on the right of the screen show which arrow keys you can press to move around menus or view more text.

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About Blackjack

 

About Blackjack

 

 

 

Blackjack is played with six, standard 52card decks dealt from a “shoe” (a box containing more than one deck). This means that there are 24 cards of each value in the shoe (24 aces, 24 kings, etc.). This shoe is shuffled after 2/3 of the cards have been dealt. The player and dealer are dealt two cards each, one of the dealer’s cards is dealt face down.

The number cards are equal to their face value, the picture cards (king, queen, and jack) count as 10, and the ace can count as either 1 or 11, depending on which brings the hand closer to 21. Note that the four suits (hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades) have no effect on the value of your hand.

The object of the game is simple: to have a hand equal to “21” or closer to 21 than the dealer's hand without going over 21. A winning hand pays 1 to 1 to the players original bet, except blackjack (two cards that together equal 21) which pays 3:2 (so a bet of $10 would win $15). If the dealer and player stand on the same

value, then it is called a “push”, and no one wins or loses the hand.

The dealer will continue to receive cards until the hand equals or exceeds 17.

Using the Teach Mode

The Teach mode is designed to help you learn how to play a better game of Blackjack by showing you when your move does not correspond to the winning strategies (see pp. 1011). To select Teach mode, first press CLEAR (You cannot change the mode in the middle of a game). Next, pressMENU , and highlight the Mode menu. Pressto highlightTeach, and pressENTER .

After each move that you make, you will be shown when your decision is different from the winning strategy.

(NOTE: Selecting Teach mode does not change Video Poker.) To turn off the Teach mode, first press CLEAR .

Next, press MENU , and highlight the Mode menu. HighlightNormal, and pressENTER .

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CLEAR .

Blackjack Hand Options

 

Playing Blackjack

 

 

 

First Deal Options

Here are your options after you have received your first two cards (all of these options can also be used if you split your hand).

To:

Press:

 

Stand (stay with

STAND or

S

current cards)

 

 

Hit (get a new card)

DEAL/H IT or

H

Surrender/Give up

G

 

Double down

D

 

View score

SCORE

 

Receive a hint

HINT

 

Second Deal Options

 

These are the options that you have after you have already received a hit.

To: Press:

Stand (stay with

STAND

or

S

current cards)

 

 

 

Hit (get a new card)

DEAL/H IT

or

H

View score

SCORE

 

 

 

 

 

Receive a hint

HINT

 

 

Here is a sample walk-throughof a game of Blackjack.

1.Press CLEAR .

2.Select Blackjack by pressing

ENTER .

You may stop the animation by pressing any key other than

3.Type your bet amount using the top row of letter keys.

You also can raise or lower your bet

by $1 by pressing orinstead of typing numbers.

4.Press ENTER .

The dealer may give you the option to split your pair or buy Insurance, see “Blackjack Options” for more information.

5.Make your First Deal Option.

If you bust, the dealer wins, and the hand is over. If at any time you get twenty one, you win, and the hand is over. Press any key to continue.

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Playing Blackjack

6.Make your Second Deal Option, if needed.

Repeat if desired, unless you have busted.

7.Once both your hand and the dealer’s hand have been tallied, press any key to continue.

Blackjack Payoff

Here are the payoff ratios for a hand of Blackjack if you bet $10.

Hand/Result:

Payoff:

Regular win

win $10

Blackjack win

win $15

Double Down win

win $20

Regular loss

lose $10

Double Down loss

lose $20

Give up

lose $5

Push

win $0

Resetting the Scores

You can reset the scores for both Video

Poker and Blackjack. Press MENU

, and

highlight the Other menu. Press

until

Reset Scores is highlighted, and pressENTER . PressY to confirm.

Playing Blackjack

Blackjack Betting

You begin with $1000. You can either type in the amount you wish to bet, or press orto raise or lower the amount by $1. The minimum bet is $5. There is no maximum bet; you can bet as much as you have in your total. (NOTE: If you bet more than half of your total, then you will not be able to either Double Down or Split a Pair.)

If you are down to your last $5 or less, the casino will offer you a $100 loan to keep playing. If you lose this money, or if you decide not to take the loan, then the game is over. The score will then be reset. NOTE: You must have at least $5.50 to bet in Blackjack.

If you win $1,000,000 or more, then you will be declared the winner, and your score will be reset to $1000.

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Blackjack Options

You have several options on what to do after being dealt the original two cards.

Stand

Standing means that you are finished adding cards to the current hand.

Hit

Hitting means that you are dealt another card. You may continue to hit until your hand's value reaches or exceeds 21.

Double Down

When you Double Down you double the size of your original bet and you then receive only one more card from the dealer. You can only double down on your first two cards.

Surrender

Surrendering allows players to “give-up”and sacrifice only half of their original bet if they are unhappy with their first two cards (e.g., surrendering a bet of $10 would cost $5).

Buying Insurance &

Splitting a Pair

Buying Insurance

If the dealer’s up card is an ace, the dealer will offer you insurance. By pressing Y , players bet half of their original wager on insurance (i.e., if your original bet was $10, then insurance would cost you $5).

By buying insurance, you are wagering that the dealer has blackjack. Your insurance bet is independent from your original bet.

If the dealer does have blackjack, then you win your insurance bet. The insurance bet pays 2-1(i.e., you win $10 from the $5 you bet on insurance; however, you still lose $10 on your hand).

If the dealer does not have blackjack then you lose your insurance bet (i.e., $5 if your original bet was $10).

Splitting a Pair

If your first two cards are identical (two 8’s, two jacks, etc.), the dealer will ask you if you want to split them and play two separate hands. The value of the bet for each hand will be equal to the original bet.

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Winning Strategies

Here are the winning strategies that the product’s hints and teach mode are based on. The three graphics describe a player’s regular hand strategy, strategy for splitting a hand, and strategy if your hand has an ace.

Player Hard Hand Strategy

DEALERS FACE CARD VALUE

2

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4

5

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10

A

 

21

 

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HAND

18

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PLAYER’S

15

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11

 

10

 

9

8 or Less

Stand

Hit

Double Down*

Surrender*

*Double Down and Surrender can only be done on your first deal. If it is your second deal and the strategy tells you to Double Down or Surrender, you should Hit.

This is the basic strategy that is used in a game of Blackjack. Player’s Hand represents the current total of your cards.Dealer’s Face Card represents the one card of the Dealer that is face up.

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Winning Strategies

Splitting Strategy

DEALERS FACE CARD VALUE

A-A10-10

HAND

9-9

 

 

8-8

PLAYER’S

7-7

6-6

 

5-5

 

4-4

 

3-3

 

2-2

2

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10

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Stand

 

Hit

s

Double Down

Split

This graphic displays the strategy that you should use when deciding whether to split a pair.

Player Soft Hand Strategy

DEALERS FACE CARD VALUE

PLAYERS HAND

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

A

A-9

A-8

A-7

A-6

A-5

A-4

A-3

A-2

Stand

Hit

Double Down

A player is said to have a soft hand when one of the cards is an ace, and its value can equal either 1 or 11 without the hand’s total being greater than 21. The hand is soft because the ace gives you two values for your one hand.

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About Video Poker

 

Winning Poker Hands

 

 

 

Play begins in Video Poker with the dealer giving you five cards. You then have one chance to replace as many cards as you feel necessary.

Winning and losing in Video Poker, unlike most other forms of poker, is not based on comparing the value of your hand against another hand. Instead, you are rewarded for the value of your hand. The better the hand, the more you are awarded.

Your award is multiplied by the dollar amount that you bet. For example, if you bet $5 on a hand that pays 5 to 1 the award would be $25. If you bet $5 on a hand that pays 1 to 1, you would then win back your original wager of $5.

The following sections explain winning hands and their value.

Jacks or Better (Pays 1 to 1): One pair of jacks, queens, kings, or aces.Two Pair (Pays 2 to 1): Two pairs of equal value cards, such as two 5's and two 9's.

Three-of-a-Kind (Pays 3 to 1): Any three cards of equal value.

Straight (Pays 5 to 1): Any five cards of consecutive value. Aces may be placed either before a 2 or after a king.Flush (Pays 6 to 1): Any five cards of the same suit (hearts, diamonds, clubs, or spades).

Full House (Pays 9 to 1): One pair and onethree-of-a-kind,such as three kings and two 5’s.

Four-of-a-Kind (Pays 25 to 1): Any four cards of equal value.

Straight Flush (Pays 50 to 1): Any five cards that are of consecutive value and all of the same suit.

Royal Flush (Pays 250 to 1 or 800 to 1 for $5): A 10, jack, queen, king, and ace all of the same suit.

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Video Poker Options

 

Playing Video Poker

 

 

 

Here are the options that you have for each hand of Video Poker.

To:

Press:

Highlight a card

or

Hold a card

H or

Rates the value of

HINT

your current hand

 

Replace all cards that

DEAL/H IT or ENTER

are not held

 

Hold all cards

STAND

Here is a sample walk-throughof a game of Video Poker.

1.Press CLEAR .

2.Press to show Video Poker.

3.Press ENTER to select it.

You may stop the animation by pressing any key other than CLEAR .

4.Type your bet amount using the top row of letter keys.

You can raise or lower the bet by $1 by pressing or.

5.Press ENTER .

Video Poker has a $5 betting limit.

6.Press orto highlight a card,

and press H or to hold it.

To view the current value of your hand press HINT .

6.Press ENTER orD to get new cards.

7.Once the hand is over, press any key to continue.

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Playing Video Poker

Video Poker Betting

You begin with $250 to start. The minimum bet is $1, and the maximum bet is $5. You can either type in the amount you wish to bet, or pressorto raise or lower the amount by $1.

If you lose all of your money, the dealer will offer you a $100 loan to keep playing. If you lose this money, or if you decide not to take the loan, then the game is over, and the scores will be reset.

If you win $1000 or more, then you will be declared the winner, and your score will be reset to $250. (NOTE: If you bet $5 and you get a Royal Flush, you win $4000! This automatically declares you a winner.)

Book Card Care

Do not touch the metal contacts on your book cards.

Caution: Touching these electrical contacts with statically charged objects, including your fingers, could erase information entered in a book card orbuilt-inbook.

• Do not put excessive weight on your book cards.

LBS.

• Do not expose your book cards to heat, cold, or liquids.

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Limited Warranty (US only)

LIMITED WARRANTY, DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITED REMEDY

(A)LIMITED WARRANTY. FRANKLIN WARRANTS TO THE ORIGINAL END USER THAT FOR A PERIOD OF ONE (1) YEAR FROM THE ORIGINAL DATE OF PURCHASE AS EVIDENCED BYACOPY OF YOUR RECEIPT, YOUR FRANKLIN PRODUCT SHALL BE FREE FROM DEFECTS IN MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT INCLUDE DAMAGE DUE TO ACTS OF GOD, ACCIDENT, MISUSE, ABUSE, NEGLIGENCE, MODIFICATION, UNSUITABLE ENVIRONMENT OR IMPROPER MAINTENANCE. THE SOLE OBLIGATION AND LIABILITY OF FRANKLIN, AND YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, WILL BE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT WITH THE SAME OR AN EQUIVALENT PRODUCT OF THE DEFECTIVE PORTION OF THE PRODUCT, AT THE SOLE OPTION OF FRANKLIN IF IT DETERMINES THAT THE PRODUCT WAS DEFECTIVE AND THE DEFECTS AROSE WITHIN THE DURATION OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY. THIS REMEDY IS YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY. THIS WARRANTY GIVESYOU CERTAIN RIGHTS; YOU MAYALSO HAVE OTHER LEGISLATED RIGHTS THAT MAY VARY FROM JURISDICTION TO JURISDICTION.

(B)DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIESAND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. EXCEPT FOR THE LIMITED WARRANTIES EXPRESSLY RECITED ABOVE, THIS FRANKLIN IS PROVIDED ON AN “AS IS” BASIS, WITHOUT ANY OTHER WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABLE QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR THOSE ARISING BY LAW, STATUTE, USAGE OF TRADE, OR COURSE OF DEALING. THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED BY FRANKLIN AND DOES NOT INCLUDE BATTERIES, CORROSION OF BATTERY CONTACTS OR ANY OTHER DAMAGE CAUSED BY BATTERIES. NEITHER FRANKLIN NOR OUR DEALERS OR SUPPLIERS SHALL HAVE ANY LIABILITY TO YOU OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY FORANYINDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFIT, LOST OR DAMAGED DATAOR OTHER COMMERCIAL OR ECONOMIC LOSS, EVEN IF WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, OR THEY ARE OTHERWISE FORESEEABLE. WE ARE ALSO NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CLAIMS BY A THIRD PARTY. OUR MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY TO YOU, AND THAT OF OUR DEALERS AND SUPPLIERS, SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT PAID BY YOU FOR THE FRANKLIN PRODUCT AS EVIDENCED BY YOUR PURCHASE RECEIPT. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THIS IS A REASONABLE ALLOCATION OF RISK. SOME STATES/COUNTRIES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IF THE LAWS OF THE RELEVANT JURISDICTION DO NOT PERMIT FULL WAIVER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, THEN THE DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY GRANTED HEREIN.

(C)WARRANTY SERVICE: UPON DISCOVERING A DEFECT, YOU MUST CALL FRANKLIN’S CUSTOMER SERVICE DESK, 1-800-266-5626,TO REQUEST A RETURN MERCHANDISE AUTHORIZATION (“RMA”) NUMBER, BEFORE RETURNING THE PRODUCT (TRANSPORTATION CHARGES PREPAID) TO:

FRANKLIN ELECTRONIC PUBLISHERS, INC. ATTN: SERVICE DEPARTMENT

ONE FRANKLIN PLAZA BURLINGTON, NJ 08016-4907

IFYOU RETURNAFRANKLIN PRODUCT, PLEASE INCLUDEANOTE WITH THE RMA,YOUR NAME,ADDRESS, TELEPHONE NUMBER, A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DEFECT AND A COPY OF YOUR SALES RECEIPT AS PROOF OF YOUR ORIGINAL DATE OF PURCHASE. YOU MUSTALSO WRITE THE RMA PROMINENTLY ON THE PACKAGE IF YOU RETURN THE PRODUCT, OTHERWISETHERE MAYBEALENGTHY DELAY INTHE PROCESSING OF YOUR RETURN. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND USING A TRACKABLE FORM OF DELIVERY TO FRANKLIN FOR YOUR RETURN.

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Resetting Your BOOKMAN Copyrights & Patents

If the BOOKMAN keyboard fails to respond, or if its screen performs erratically, first press CLEAR and then pressON/OFF twice. If nothing happens, follow the steps below to reset it.

Warning: Pressing the reset button with more than very light pressure may permanently disable your BOOKMAN. In addition, resetting your BOOKMAN unit erases settings and information entered into its builtin book, and in an installed book.

1. Hold CLEAR and pressON/OFF .

If nothing happens, try Step 2.

2.Use a paper clip to gently press BOOKMAN’s reset button.

This unit may change operating modes due to Electro-staticDischarge. Normal operation of this unit can bere-estab-lished by pressing the reset key,ON/OFF , or by removing/replacing batteries.

Troubleshooting BOOKMAN

Make sure your book card, if any, is installed correctly.

Check that your book card’s metal contacts are dirt-anddust-free.

Model: BJP-2034

size: 5.9 x 4.2 x 0.2 cm

weight: 0.4 oz.

© 2000 Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc., Burlington, NJ 08060-4907,USA. All rights reserved.

FCC Notice: NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

–Reorientor relocate the receiving antenna.–Increasethe separation between the equipment and receiver.

–Connectthe equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.–Consultthe dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

NOTE: This unit was tested with shielded cables on the peripheral devices. Shielded cables must be used with the unit to insure compliance.

NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

U.S. Patent 4,891,775; 5,396,606. EURO. PAT. 0 136 379.

ISBN 1-56712-216-7

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Index

Betting

 

 

 

 

Color keys, under-

Set shutoff 4

Blackjack

8

 

 

standing 2

Settings, changing 4

Video Poker 14

 

Color keys, using 4

Splitting strategy 11

Blackjack

 

 

 

Direction keys 2

Strategy

betting in 8

 

 

Follow the arrows 5

hard hand 10

betting screen

7

 

Function keys 2

soft hand 11

first deal options

7

Help, viewing 5

splitting 11

insurance 9

 

 

Hot keys 2

 

Teach mode 6

object of the game 6

Insurance, buying 9

Tutorial, viewing 5

options

9

 

 

 

Limited warranty 15

Video Poker

payoff

8

 

 

 

Mode, teach 6

betting screen 13

rules 5

 

 

 

Other keys 2

options 13

sample game 7

 

Player hard hand

rules 5

second deal options

strategy 10

sample game 13

7

 

 

 

 

Player soft hand

winning hands 12

splitting a pair

9

 

strategy 11

View demo 5

surrender 9

 

 

Reset scores 8

Viewing

Book card

 

 

 

Resuming where you

demonstration 5

care 14

 

 

 

left off

4

help 5

installing

3

 

 

Rules

 

rules 5

removing

3

 

 

Blackjack

5

tutorial 5

BOOKMAN

 

 

 

Video Poker 5

Winning hands

resetting 16

 

 

Screen illustrations 3

Video Poker 12

troubleshooting

16

Set contrast 4

 

FRB-28034-00

 

 

 

 

Printed in U.S

P/N 7201176

 

 

 

 

Rev C

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