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Devol, George H. Forty Years a Gambler on the Mississippi; A Cabin Boy in 1839; Could Steal Cards and Cheat the Boys at Eleven; Stock a Deck at Fourteen; Bested Soldiers on the Rio Grande During the Mexican War; Won Hundreds of Thousands from Paymasters, Cotton Buyers, Defaulters, and Thieves; Fought More Rough-and-Tumble Fights than Any Man in America, and was the Most Daring Gambler in the World . New York: George H. Devol, 1892. [format: book], [genre: memoir; autobiography]. Permission: Northern Illinois University
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