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08-14-2019, 07:10 AM

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Originally Posted by Ken_4fun View Post
The story that got back to me is Artie would only play on one table.

He was far from a "road player".

Freddy was his friend, and with his politics he advanced him for the HOF. Did he deserve it? I don't know, but is probably the least known and least traveled of all of the HOF players.

Ken
Your first sentence is completely not true!

Artie was such a good undercover player, no one and even his closest friends, Freddy, myself didn't know when and how he did on the road! He'd always say, "I broke about even!" What really happened is he broke everyone he played!


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