The Devil's Playground
Inveterate gamblers such as David "Devilfish" Ulliott play for high stakes at the Aviation Club de France in Paris
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Edgar Bronfman Jr., Mar/Apr 03
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Considering the hour, Bruel's not sure how much table time the 5,000 will buy him. Clearly he doesn't want to give Devilfish the money, have him play superaggressively for an hour, then leave after it's blown. "You'll play till 9 a.m.?" asks Bruel.
Eyeing the lustier game, Devilfish says what could be his poker-career motto: "I'll play till I'm too Goddamned tired to play anymore." Bruel laughs, then raises his future partner.
Michael Kaplan is Cigar Aficionado's gambling columnist.
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