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Bowling too. Based on what I know now, I was horrible. Books and papers are strewn everywhere, and a battered set of golf clubs occupies the second bed. We usually played at night. It was pretty confusing. They provide him with first class airline tickets and limousine transportation. We were winning. We also used to pitch coins against the wall at times. He fully expects them to be truthful when it comes to reporting their wins and losses. Then we met two other counters. Tommy Hyland: We were way over-betting. Tommy Hyland: Yeah, but not to a great extent. I think there were other guys doing it, but they were just returning the standard payouts, so I eliminated the competition. So we started practicing, and obviously after a little while we were able to do it ourselves. We used to pitch nickels, dimes, quarters against the brick wall. What else did we do? This cavernous suite with its marble floors and gold fixtures is larger than my home and probably cost more to build. He used to be a pretty good pool shooter. My roommate stayed at my house for about ten days and he drove down to Atlantic City and back every day. He liked to go to the racetrack a few times a year. I lived about fifty miles from Atlantic City. We only had the one book as I recall. We were playing a little backgammon. We just whacked it up each night. I ride a private elevator to a luxury suite. I got waffled one week and I remember having to sell my pool table. That was when they had early surrender and you had an advantage off the top. We just all assumed we were all going to play the same time. We decided to trust the other two counters. I was supposed to be studying political science, but I was on the golf team. Then we met a guy who told us about a new book by Stanford Wong [ Professional Blackjack ]. Then I guess I went down to Atlantic City on and off. RWM: At how old? Apparently they were pretty bad. Tommy Hyland: My Dad gambled but nothing serious. I was beating the game there, but I remember in college the game kind of deteriorated. I played a lot of poker and I got interested in gambling in general. My recollection is we each put in four thousand dollars. Then, I remember I got the bright idea of trying to create more business. Tommy Hyland: Yeah, I think we did practice. I guess he was able to count a little bit, but he won eight out of ten times or nine out of ten. I guess we were betting up to a hundred or two hundred at this point. We used to golf a lot for money. I made up my own spreads on high school games. Oh, can I get on your team?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I played pretty much everything. Tommy Hyland: Seems like the first gambling I ever did might have been a bet on some sports event. The payouts were so bad, I raised them. I know you had to play a five-dollar table back then. I went down with him two or three times. So, after I went back to school, I started practicing more and reading. We did this for hours and hours. He won several thousand dollars. They each had a few thousand dollars. We started really firing at them. There were a lot of bad debts. He liked to play golf for a dollar or two-dollar Nassau. Tommy Hyland: Yeah, it opened earlier that year. We were fortunate not to tap out. Having a team seemed really glamorous to us. Tommy Hyland: I think I was about ten or eleven. I thought you had to be a memory expert to keep the count. Back then it was pretty hard to get barred betting small. It seems like we did this about four or five nights a week for quite a while. We used to each start at the exact same time. He was pestering us, pestering us. Tommy greets me at the door. He was from Ohio, but he stayed at my house for Christmas break. RWM: Did you practice at all? Might have flipped by ourselves sometimes. RWM: Do you remember the first bet you ever made as a kid? I was basically being a bum. He came on our table and he realized we were counting. We both put in a thousand dollars and after several months we had three or four thousand each. Tommy Hyland: Yeah. I used to bet on myself in sports a lot, shooting baskets or other games. Basketball, golf, baseball. For twenty years he has trained and tested card counters, then sent them into casinos with piles of money. Just once a month, or something like that. I said, man, if this guy can win all these times, there might be something to this. I started reading them and my roommate and I started practicing. I lost about four or five hundred dollars and I think that was the last time I did the cards. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}By Richard W. We used to play for a soda or a dollar or something. I glance in the bedroom and although huge, it looks like a college dorm room. I was playing golf and shooting pool and playing cards. Arriving at a Las Vegas Strip casino for our interview, I give the front desk the name that Tommy is using this week. Tommy Hyland: No, I never really did. RWM: How old were you when you started playing golf? Tommy Hyland enjoys the high life at the casinos. RWM: Once you got into high school, did you start betting sports? After all, the casino is paying. Resorts International was the only casino open. Did you try to get an edge? Now we had this massive sixteen-thousand-dollar bankroll. I made money for a while: Thirty dollars a week, or fifty dollars a week, something like that. I gradually got out of playing poker. We did really well. Then we met this annoying guy, Not Too Smart Art.