This sounds excellent. I plan on buying a copy.
I saw it a couple of times in South Florida in the early 70s and even without being able to gamble, it was a lot of fun to watch.
If they had had this when I was a kid I would never have graduated third grade.
I've long thought that Byrne v. Fischer is amazing--and it is--but it only ranks #5 on this video list. #1 is pretty darn amazing, too.
Hang on, PC-centric, non-game-box game players.
The enormous publicity has dried up, but, apparently, Second Life is still going strong.
Consistent with what I've read elsewhere: buzzer timing is virtually the whole ballgame.
Supposedly, go for North America.
What are the chances of rolling a pair of dice 154 times continuously at a craps table without throwing a seven? The answer is roughly 1 in 1.56 trillion . . .