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The fear of gambling

The fear of gambling

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Published by Vihanga Perera in Kandy .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementVihanga Perera
The Physical Object
Pagination306 p.
Number of Pages306
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25173870M
LC Control Number2012323039

Anyone who says ‘gambling isn’t a deadly addiction’ doesn’t know this story. Many gambling addict stories end with mountains of debt, broken marriages, and lost opportunities. The story of Jihad Hassan Moukalled of Farmington Hills, Michigan has a much more .   The key to gambling with class once you have control of yourself and the situation is the lie. Not just the bluff, but the construction of an entire table facade that allows you to deceive and obfuscate your opponent so that whenever you wish, you may drop it and produce confusion and fear in your enemies. Unfortunately, this skill can not be.

Below is a list of works that helped many professional gamblers to get adapted to the world of gambling better and faster. Best Books of the Casino. The following are the Top Fifteen books of all time on the list, with the authors and a brief synopsis. 1. «Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas» by Hunter S Thompson. The cult writer of the XX century. Best Books for a Great Gambling Experience. It is known that high stake gambling is a quick process. Today there's money, tomorrow there's not. This enthralling and exhilarating world has gained so much popularity and there are a whole lot of television shows, books and even documentaries on how to make it work in this world.

PESCA: Yeah, and they're dwarfed by even the English sports books and books like, you know, William Hill and the Asian sports books. Of course it's - you know, gambling in Asia is sometimes said.   Most of the gambling advice I have gotten over the years has been so so, much of it hasn't really stood up to the test of time. I believe you really have to learn things the hard way and have to experience a lot of seasons trying out a lot of things until you can find the one that works for you best.


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The book talks about 19 different games and shares strategies to get better at them. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson. This book tells the story of how something like gambling can become the reason for fear and loathing in players.

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