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by Kevin Perkins
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First published in 1990, this book follows the colourful career of Big Bill Waterhouse and his gambling bookmakers' dynasty. What it takes to be the world’s biggest gambler: It exposes the intrigue, treachery and skulduggery involved in the upper echelons of gambling, polished crooks in high places, mind-blowing betting duels, the truth behind the Fine Cotton ring-in scandal and other fascinating racing stories. After The Gambling Man was first published, it shot up to be an instant bestseller
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The Gambling Man. Perkins, Kevin. Published by Polynesian Press, PO Box 86, Nuku' alofa, Kingdom of Tonga (1990). ISBN 10: 9822210019 ISBN 13: 9789822210019.
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9789822210019. Release Date:January 1990.
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Gambling man Waterhouse happy to stick to the rails". The Sydney Morning Herald. Perkins, Kevin (1990). The gambling man (paperback). Nuku'alofa, Tonga: Polynesian Press. p. 569. ISBN 9822210019. Retrieved 16 May 2013.
He admitted gambling with Esquinas, though he claimed to have no records or memory of the amounts. According to the book, that debt was postponed until Jordan visited San Diego, and the two commenced a series of double-or-nothing matches. He deemed "preposterous" the million-plus figure, which, of course, is preposterous regardless of whether it is accurate. And, he said, the press had no business poking around in his private affairs, so he cut off all interviews. Esquinas insists now that he kept trying to "pump it down.