When Billy Don Craddock shoved
$142,000 in chips onto a Vegas casino blackjack table, his good buddy Red
O’Brien felt like the quart of cheap beer in his stomach was going to erupt.
Half of the money that Billy Don just bet belonged to Red. When Billy...
- University of Texas at Austin, Trinity University, San Antonio
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