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The Lady Was a Gambler
True Stories of Notorious Women
of the Old West

by Chris Enss
 
Place your bets, place your bets . . .
 
From the muddy cowtowns of Montana to the posh parlors of Deadwood and Tombstone, past a succession of swinging batwing doors to the smoke-filled rooms in the back, some of the most colorful ladies in the Wild West also happened to be some of the shrewdest gamblers.
 
With her inimitable instinct for a good story, Chris Enss points her pen toward fifteen of the most fascinating characters to ever flip a hole card or lace a corset. “Poker” Alice Ivers, for instance, checked and raised her way through some of the roughest mining towns in the West, while Lottie Deno, the prettiest faro dealer to ever turn a card, “bucked the tiger” all the way from Texas to Alaska. And who could ever bet against Eleanora Dumont, a twenty-one dealer known far and wide as “Madam Moustache”?



The Lady Was a Gambler
The Lady Was a Gambler
True Stories of Notorious Women of the Old West
by Chris Enss

TwoDot, 2007
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