How to Cheat Your Friends at Poker: The Wisdom of Dickie Richard Book
Penn Jillette & Mickey D. Lynn
This is a humorous book that is based on conversations with Dickie Richard who is identified as an old-time card hustler who made a six-figure living cheating people at Poker. Along the way you find out the many methods and strategies he used to fleece his friends and fellow players. It is not a book about how to play Poker. It's about how to cheat, make money and win. You'll master the art of making friends just so you can gull them at cards, you'll find out about marking cards, and tossing the pot, and you'll understand why the dealer should always win and most importantly you will learn how to think like con man.
First Edition: Published by St. Martin's Press in 2005, 272 pages, 8.5"x5.76" hardcover. This is an overstock edition and is in good but not perfect condition. Original price: US $19.95.