POKER NOT ACCORDING TO HOYLE
POKER NOT ACCORDING TO HOYLE "How do you play?" they would inquire cautiously drawing up their chairs in Guadalcanal, Bizerte, Fort Benning, Okinawa, or Los Alamos, sizing each other up, trying to guess whether the guy in khaki across the table had been a bank teller, a parking-lot attendant, an actor or a sharecropper farmer.
"How," the Second World War's GIs would ask, "do you play
"How," the Second World War's GIs would ask, "do you play Poker?" And, "According to Hoyle," was the answer up to the time I was named gambling consultant to the United States Armed Forces and my Poker articles began getting published in Yank: The Army Weekly and other worldwide military and private publications. From then on, Poker throughout the world began being played "According to Scarne."