The Mott Street Poker Club
The Mott Street Poker Club is a rare gambling book, from 1888. It is the story of a poker club in New York's
Chinatown, on Mott Street. Chinese people, or Asian people in general, have a reputation for being passionate gamblers. This has been
the reputation for quite some time and often Asian people are the subject of mockery and ridicule, due to this fact. The Mott Street
Poker Club is an example of late 19th century humor with racial overtones. Visitors to this site should be advised that the views expressed
in The Mott Street Poker Club are solely the views of the author and in way the our views.
Many of the stories in The Mott Street Poker Club are about cheating at poker. For up to date information about cheating
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