wanna bet?

Moss, Murray
February 2016
Interior Design;Feb2016, Vol. 87 Issue 2, p231
The article offers the author's insights on the bet to gambling. Topics discussed by the author include his sufferings from the progression of Parkinson's disease, his enjoyment in playing large stakes, and the sale of the casinos in Las Vegas, Nevada that was owned by the family. He also mentions the footsteps of infamous American gamblers including James Butler Hickok, Doc Holliday, and Wyatt Earp.


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