Winning The Right Way
Almost a year ago, Dewey Tomko and Doyle Brunson engaged in conversation about their old bracelets while passing the time at a poker game. Two of the original rounders, both had survived more than a few dusty trails and backroom shenanigans en route to maturity as gamblers and as men. These are the kinds of events that forge lifelong bonds and endless reminiscences.
"We talked that day about how we couldn't find our bracelets," Tomko said of a conversation which would ultimately change how ...
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