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“Mouthoulon, who had too much discretion to excel their patron, had, at times, great difficulty to lose the game to him; after trying for many nights he could not attain the rudiments of whist, and went back to vingt-un; but this is the man who has been described to us all as ALL -”
“We met nobody but ourselves, played at _vingt-un_ again, and were very cross.”
“He also spent many hours in playing at the game of vingt-un; and M. de Bourienne says, that he never hesitated to play unfairly when it suited his purpose, though he always returned whatever he had gained on rising from the table.”
“We met nobody but ourselves, played at vingt-un again, and were very cross ...”
“Around game at vingt-un or speculation for the children.”
“He goes up, and finds the remains of the supper, tankards full of egg-flip and cardinal, and a party playing at _vingt-un_.”
“There's pleasant people in the saloon, and we're going to have a round game at cards -- _vingt-un_, or something of the sort.”
“Under the sheen of brilliant chandeliers the passengers are drawing together in groups, and coteries; some to converse, others to play _ecarte_ or _vingt-un_; here and there”
“That round of _vingt-un_ is never to be played -- at least not with her as one of the players.”
“One man lost fourteen pounds at vingt-un in the saloon yesterday, or another got drunk before dinner was over, or another was blinded with lobster-sauce spilt over him by the steward, or another had a fall on deck and fainted.”
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