Paul Phua rose from a Borneo numbers runner to being the biggest bookmaker in the world. Then he found poker.
The strange, gun-filled life of the “King of Instragram,” a failed NAVY Seal trainee turned poker-playing playboy with an exiled fraudster for a father and two heart attacks already under his belt.
How a 26-year-old cocktail waitress ended up running a private weekly poker game for some of Hollywood’s highest rollers.
Excerpted from Molly's Game.
“On a small scale, Titanic Thompson is an American legend. I say on a small scale, because an overpowering majority of the public has never heard of him. That is the way Titanic likes it. He is a professional gambler. He has sometimes been called the gambler’s gambler.”
How the Justice Department killed a $2.5 billion industry.
Live from the World Series of Poker.
A profile of 21-year-old Dan Cates, who made $5.5 million playing 145,215 hands in 2010.
A story of gambling addiction, in seven parts.