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12-29-2018, 07:25 AM

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Originally Posted by xianmacx View Post
I know Steve is mainly known for his tournaments and exhibitions but Im sure in his younger days he was a big gambler....Lets hear some of those stories.
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I saw Steve gamble during the height of the days at West End Billiards in Elizabeth, NJ during the 1980's and 1990's. He wasn't always the winner and I never saw him in very high stake games.

Country told me that he beat Steve in One-Pocket and Blackjack.
Country got weight in One Pocket (don't remember the numbers).
Playing Blackjack, Country was the house and Steve lost $1500 in one session and quit.
  
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