Telling Lies And Getting Paid: Gambling Stories Book
Michael Konik’s second book goes behind the scenes and into the action of the fascinating world of risk and reward. Meet the Chicago nun who consistently out-handicaps the bookies with her pro-football picks. Follow the legendary (and widely feared) Line Mover, whose massive sports bets force bookies nationwide to alter the odds. Live the secret life of the Vegas high roller, glimpse the wild scene at the casinos in Macao, and visit some of the planet’s poshest gambling dens. Get tips on how to set up the perfect home poker game, how not to get ripped off by offshore sportsbooks, and how to play “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” like a gambling expert and much more.
First Lyons Press edition: Published in 2002, 241 pages, 6″x9″ paperback. This is an overstock edition and is in good but not perfect condition. Original price: US $14.95.