False Flag Horseshoe ?

"False Flag Horseshoe ?" is about the 20th century days of gambling. Horseshoe history under Binion begins in 1951 in Nevada. The Binion family sells out a half century later. This book contains reminiscences of a tourist who became a craps dealer at the HORSESHOE.

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Just finished 32 years of dealing dice. The Nob Hill let me get a little dealing experience for a meal a day. Then Dick Sargeant hired me at Little Caesar's. The girls hung out by the pay phone in back. The cab drivers played craps. Eugene Mayday owned the joint and Wittlesea Cab Co. He ran the biggest sports book in town.

Next came the El Cortez. Then back to Little Caesar's. Then onto the Union Plaza, the El Rancho, Silver City, El Rancho, La Cruise, Pensacola, FL, Bourbon St., Westward Ho, Bourbon St., Whiskey Pete's, Laughlin Riverside, Horseshoe, Splash in Tunica, MS, Horseshoe, Las Vegas Club on Lake Ferguson, MS, Star Casino on Lake Ponchatrain, New Orleans, LA, Horseshoe, Players Riverboat on the Ohio River, Metropolis, IL, Empress Casino on the Des Plaines River, Joliet, IL, Horseshoe, Fiesta, Riverside Laughlin, Horseshoe and the Sahara.

Now the girls have their own cell phones. The cab drivers are going over to Uber and Lyft. William Hill is the prevalent sports book in town. And craps needs a CRAPS revival APP.

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Auntsharron reviewed on Oct. 1, 2018
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Ummm. Don is one of a kind. Unique writing style. The pied piper of gaming. Follow ihis story telling and you won’t want put book down.
(reviewed 38 days after purchase)
John McCormick reviewed on Aug. 19, 2018
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The Real Deal! I have known Don for a couple of decades and have to congratulate him for putting to pen his easily read history in the gaming industry. He tells it the way it was.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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