Frederick Barthelme and Steven Barthelme are brothers and they are known in the gambling industry quite well. They were popular in the world of gambling probably not because of the fact that they were very, very good at being professional gamblers (although they were really good professional gamblers), but because of the fact that they were indicted on account of cheating at a large casino located in Mississippi. The lives of Frederick Barthelme and Steven Barthelme are actually interesting, which is probably the reason why they have decided to write about their lives. Thus, the birth of “Double Down.” You can find more about poker and gambling at Todo Sobre Los Casinos.
Frederick Barthelme and Steven Barthelme used to be professors in a college located in Mississippi in the 1990s. And it was in 1995 when these brothers became addicted in casino gambling. As they turned into professional gamblers during that time, they also started to experience family tragedies and their losses in casino gambling started to transpire more and more frequently. There was even a time when Frederick Barthelme and Steven Barthelme lost a total of US$100,000 in a single casino. And there was also a time when they started to cheat at casinos just to profit. Until cheating led to the indictment of Frederick Barthelme and Steven Barthelme.
Of course, when you read “Double Down,” you would say that readers will only get to know the side of Frederick Barthelme and Steven Barthelme. However, once you start reading from one page to another, you will also realize that the way these brothers have written “Double Down,” other involved parties that have been mentioned in this gambling book will definitely not complain because we can say that Frederick Barthelme and Steven Barthelme have written the book well.
In “Double Down,” Frederick Barthelme and Steven Barthelme recount that experience of being indicted as well as the dismissal a judge of their case. When this case was still new, a large casino claimed that there was a conspiracy associated with the dismissal of the case. But when you get to read “Double Down,” you will realize that no conspiracy have occurred at all. The way Frederick Bathelme and Steven Barthelme has written “Double Down” can be described as fascinating, very realistic, and somewhat chilling.
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