This person, born in May of 1974, was an student at MIT who became a card counting gambler and told his story to a writer.
This person dropped out of MIT, took up gambling, and recruited his roommate to join a team of card counting gamblers.
This person was a large man who left MIT to become a gambler and later broke off a relationship with the man who introduced him to card counting.
This person was the founder of at least three MIT blackjack gambling groups and established a successful method of card counting.
This person was dating a MIT student who later broke off their relationship because he became a card counter.
This person was apparently a senior member of the Plymouth Associates, wore a suit and tie, and usually appeared with younger, stronger men who...
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