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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Chapter 24, what name was Martinez using at his home-base hotel?
(a) Leonard Wu.
(b) Atsuko Kasumi.
(c) Misumato Aiko.
(d) Nobuo Toyamo.
2. What Indian casino did Martinez wish to try in October of 1996?
(b) Mohegan Sun.
3. What was the first venue on the blackjack team's list Labor Day weekend 1997?
(b) New York, New York.
4. What color was Dylan's hair on President's Day?
5. What was Lewis's new team's homebase in Vegas?
(b) Hard Rock.
(d) MGM Grand.
6. What year was it in Chapter 29?
7. How much did robbers take from Jill and Dylan's apartment?
8. How much did Lewis's new team make in their first few months?
9. By the end of February 1997, how much of a return was the blackjack team making on their investments?
(a) 25 percent.
(b) 50 percent.
(c) 40 percent.
(d) 80 percent.
10. How many 747s would fit inside the Pyramid at Luxor stacked one on top of the other?
11. Where did the dancer the author interviewed meet Lewis?
(a) Hard Rock.
(c) Foundation Room.
12. Where did Dylan move after Lewis's team split up?
13. How much did the team have in chips that they needed to cash in before they could leave Louisiana?
14. How long had the meeting lasted when Lewis's blackjack team decided to split from Rosa?
(a) 8 hours.
(b) 5 hours.
(c) 7 hours.
(d) 6 hours.
15. What was the nationality of the player that reportedly was forced to swallow a five-hundred-dollar chip?
Short Answer Questions
1. How much money did the author make playing blackjack with Lewis?
2. On President's Day, how did Lewis wear his hair during the first shift of blackjack?
3. What time did Dylan and Jill usually go to sleep on nights they were not in Vegas?
4. As Lewis was walking down the driveway after cashing in the chips, what type of vehicle pulled up next to him?
5. Vegas had Fight Night, New Orleans had Mardi Gras, and what did Boston have?
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