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A simplified version of Michael Skinners "Ultimate 3 Card Monte" using the two red aces for the losing cards and the ace of spades as the "money card." In addition to using the more standard Monte cards (as opposed to an ace, two, and a three), the ace o
In the 19th Century Victorian British underworld slang, playing-cards were called broads. Playing a game of cards was known as "Spreading Broads." Cheating at cards was called "broading" and a card sharp was called a
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