garywillis.netCage Of Hands The Longest Poker Game In History
In the plush basement of the *******, huge fortunes were traded at a $1,000.00 buy in. Only the lucky Tombstone miner, who had hit his mother lode or the wealthiest men in that era could play. This is their story and the story of the soiled doves who loved them. Cage of Hands is the story of Dick Clark, the most reknown gambler of the late 1880's. He was the man to beat and he ran the game. However, sometimes alcohol, lust and murder have the best hands.