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Betting (and Booking) Backgammon in Monte Carlo

It’s one of the oldest games in the world. How easy is it to get rich off it?

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Andrew Neeme, the Pied Piper of Poker

With nothing more than a cellphone, he started a movement. Meet the modern-day folk hero who changed the way people see Texas Hold ’em.

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Tom Murphy, the Chess Hustler Who Will Stare Down Anyone

One of the best chess players in the world didn’t cut his teeth at stuffy tournaments—he worked his way up by playing in parks, in jail, and against anyone with a few dollars to bet

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The Gambler Who Conquered Vegas Golf

The most feared golfer in Las Vegas isn’t a PGA pro—he’s a professional gambler. Meet 69-year-old Richie Sklar, the man who made his millions on the course.

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Bengals-Dolphins Preview, CFB Picks for Week 5, and Dave Hill on ‘Gamblers’

Austin and Rodger Sherman also go through this week’s college football schedule and give their favorite spreads and totals for Week 5 of the season

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The King of Super Bowl Props, Part 2

With more than $2 million riding on the big game, what does Rufus Peabody actually root for? As it turns out, a lot of nothing.

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The King of Super Bowl Props, Part 1

If you had $2 million, could you bet it all on one football game? Meet the gambler who does it every year.

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Grudge Racing

Two lanes, two drivers, two cars, thousands of dollars, and only one winner. At the drag strips of Orlando, Florida, you’re only as good as your last winning bet.

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Introducing ‘Gamblers’ Season 2

Host David Hill hits the road this season, taking listeners to the places where hustlers and savants gather and compete

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The Story Behind the Beach Bum Who Struck Gold on GameStop

In a special episode of ‘Gamblers,’ we dive into the tale of Mike McCaskill, an amateur stock trader from Louisville who spent years swinging for the fences—and beat Wall Street in the GameStop saga for the ages