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  • [[Category:Gambling]] [[Category:Gambling games]]
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  • ...Tribune'', September 20, p. 4</ref> ''[[Never Split Tens]]'', by writer, gambling columnist, astronomer, comedian, probability and statistics professor, and [[Category:Gambling]]
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  • ...den|Dr. Leslie Morris Golden]], Ph.D, award-winning NASA radio astronomer, gambling writer<br/>Father Andrew Greeley, sociologist<br/>Roy Gummerson, Illinois H [[Category:American non-fiction writers]]
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  • ...den|Dr. Leslie Morris Golden]], Ph.D, award-winning NASA radio astronomer, gambling writer<br/>Father Andrew Greeley, sociologist<br/>Roy Gummerson, Illinois H [[Category:American non-fiction writers]]
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  • ...e|casino]] banking game in the world.<ref>''Scarne's New Complete Guide to Gambling'', p. 342</ref> Blackjack is a comparing card game between a player and de .... Since the 1960s, blackjack has been a high profile target of [[Advantage gambling|advantage players]], particularly [[card counting|card counters]], who trac
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  • '''Les Golden''' is an American astronomer, gambling writer, actor, musician, and political activist who writes extensively on v ...polymath. The interview with this astronomer, professor, actor, comedian, gambling writer, trumpet player, bandleader, cartoonist, environmentalist, political
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  • ...</ref><ref>http://www.authorsden.com/lesgolden</ref> He has written for ''gambling.com'', ''iGamingBusiness'', ''gamblingonline'', and [[Bluff Magazine|''Bluf ...Mass.). The Cornell website notes him as one of its distinguished alumni writers.<ref>www.collegegrid.com/grid/index.php/Cornell_University</ref> He recei
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  • His parents were Jewish emigrants from [[Czechoslovakia]] and [[Hungary]]: his father was born in [ ...nd 1300 [[Jewish]] cemeteries in Hungary. He dedicated this to the 600,000 Jewish victims of the [[Holocaust]] in [[Hungary]] and lands occupied by the [[Hun
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  • ...ikt:אידיש|אידיש]]}}, ''yidish''/''idish'', {{literal translation}} "[[Jews|Jewish]]", {{IPA-yi|ˈjɪdɪʃ|pron}} {{IPA-yi|ˈɪdɪʃ|}}; <gallery>File:Under_c ...n this context that Jews began to refer to their language as 'Yiddish' (= 'Jewish'), while earlier it had been referred to as 'Yiddish-Taitsh' (='Judeo-Germa
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