My friend Mr. Lucky journeyed around the world and through the tunnels of time learning countless poker variations from many fascinating characters. He learned Spit in the Ocean on a freighter in World War II, and Stalin taught him Ruin Your Neighbor in the depths of the Kremlin. Did I mention that Lucky is a tough teddy bear from Bayonne?
I predict you'll love Nostradamus, where a player who guesses the suit of his neighbor's next card takes it from him. Einstein's favorite game was Share Your Hole, where each player picks one of his hole cards to be a mutual card. Someday far in the future, Morley the Morlock will invent Gruesome Twosome (which he will name after his beloved parents -- see wedding photo above).
Then there's Yanqui Baseball, where the last hall of fame number to show up is wild -- 3's for Ruth, 5's for DiMaggio, 7's for Mantle, 9's for Maris.
This book is for people who play poker for fun! It's a bible for poker moms and required reading for college kids. It's already a cult classic! OK, so it's a small cult. You can join!
"Best poker book I ever read."--Redfew Tomes, 3rd grade
"Best teddy bear book I ever read."--Ima Lyre, Trussme, Mississippi
"Painfully funny."--Lord Howard Hurtz