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The Greatest Gambling Story Ever Told

A True Tale of Three Gamblers, The Kentucky Derby, and the Mexican Cartel
by: Mark Paul

The book narrates the exhilarating true story of three gamblers who bet on a longshot horse to win the Kentucky Derby, only to find themselves embroiled in a dangerous adventure involving a Mexican drug cartel. It combines the thrill of sports betting with a high-stakes criminal underworld, showcasing the risks and rewards of their audacious wager.

Key points:

1. Risk-Taking Power: The book highlights the importance of taking calculated risks, using the metaphor of gamblers betting on a horse race.

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