Mark Paul Releases a Non-Fiction Book


(Los Angeles, CA) Mark Paul considers himself to be, an avid gambler.  However, nothing negative is implied when referring to the action and adventure, which is gambling.  In fact; Mark Paul likes to say that, he began his gambling career, at the age of 16.  At this time, he used to sneak into the horse racetracks; Hollywood Park, and, Santa Anita.  Both are in the Los Angeles area, of the State of California, U.S.A.  Additionally; gambling in the City of Tijuana, Baja California Norte, Mexico became something normal.  Eventually, Mr. Mark Paul ends up owning interests in more than, 40 racehorses.  During normal business hours, he was involved in commercial real estate.  Recently, Mark Paul announced that, he has been inspired.  Inspired to tell one of his gambling stories; being more exact about the previously said.  Specifically, the aforementioned author revealed that, he has released a non-fiction book.  The non-fiction book is entitled, The Greatest Gambling Story Ever Told:  A True Tale of Three Gamblers, the Kentucky Derby and the Mexican Cartel.  In; The Greatest Gambling Story Ever Told:  A True Tale of Three Gamblers, the Kentucky Derby and the Mexican Cartel, Mr. Mark Paul tells his story of the 1988 Kentucky Derby.
            The story of the 1988 Kentucky Derby, as it is told by Mr. Mark Paul, involves three gamblers and a racehorse.  The three gamblers are Mark “Miami” Paul, Dino Mateo and “Big Bernie.”  The racehorse is Winning Colors; the winning female racehorse of the 1988 Kentucky Derby.  Additionally, this is made possible by the following book publishing company.  Officially, the book publishing company is, Authority Publishing.  However and returning to; Mark Paul, the aforementioned author likes to say that, he has been inspired.  In fact, he is inspired by the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that, essentially legalized sports betting.  The previously said, occurred in May of the year, 2018.  Since then, 42 states of the U.S.A. have legalized sports betting.  Additionally, the feeling of being inspired, has become enthusiasm.  The enthusiasm, has manifested itself, as knowing about gambling movies.  Specifically, Mr. Mark Paul likes to say that, he was and is enthusiastic about the following movies.  He was enthusiastic about Dream Horse (2020), Uncut Gems (2019) and 7 Days to Vegas (2019).  Additionally, he was excited about the release of Showtime’s television series, Action.  Furthermore, he is enthusiastic about two movies, which are in development.  These two movies are; Baccarat Queen, and, Dangerous Odds.  Naturally; and due to his enthusiasm Mr. Mark Paul sat down, and, he wrote a non-fiction book.
            Steve Springer is a Sportswriter at the Los Angeles Times.  Through a press statement, Mr. Springer said the following.  The Greatest Gambling Story Ever Told follows the development of champion Winning Colors through the eyes of her owner, trainer and jockey.  But the drama is just beginning at the Tijuana Mexico betting windows, after Winning Colors wins the Kentucky Derby!”  Brandt Andersen is an Executive Producer of Feature Films.  Through a press statement, Mr. Andersen said the following.  How can you resist a true story with the Kentucky Derby, the Cartel, Tijuana gambling, and a guy named Miami?  You can’t!  Prepare yourself for the ride.”  Ken Stovitz is a Producer of Feature Films.  Through a press statement, Mr. Stovitz said the following.  An exciting story of a filly battling the males in the Kentucky Derby… and the gamblers that risked their lives on her.  I was fascinated by the behind the scenes aspects of thoroughbred racing.  A fun, fast, and exciting read.”
            Returning to, Mark Paul’s non-fiction book, the aforementioned literary work is a story about the 1988 Kentucky Derby.  The latter, was won by a female racehorse named, Winning Colors.  D. Wayne Lukas trained Winning Colors, for this race.  Additionally, Eugene Klein was the owner.  The aforementioned person, and at that time was the owner of the San Diego Chargers.  As previously said; the story of the 1988 Kentucky Derby as it is told by Mr. Mark Paul, involves three gamblers.  The three gamblers are Mark “Miami” Paul, Dino Mateo and “Big Bernie.”  These three gamblers placed a big bet, 50 to 1 odds, on Winning Colors.  This bet was placed at a racetrack in the City of Tijuana, Mexico.  Additionally, it went against suspected members, of a drug cartel.  When they won, things didn’t go according to plan.  To start, they think that, they are going to be killed.  Therefore, they have a hard time claiming the money.  Second, they are confronted by the suspected members, of the drug cartel.  Third, they are arrested by the U.S. Border Patrol.  After all of that, the trouble ends up having a value of, $1 million USD.  The previously said, is the essence of The Greatest Gambling Story Ever Told:  A True Tale of Three Gamblers, the Kentucky Derby and the Mexican Cartel.
            To end, Mark Paul did release a press statement.  Through a press statement, Mr. Paul said the following.  “At least 56 million people in the U.S. play fantasy sports online, and more than $150 billion is annually wagered legally in the U.S.  That number is going to increase by 500% or more now that sports gambling will be legal in the majority of states in the next few years.  Millions of people spend a large part of their free time reading and watching sports while gambling, poker is already huge, and I believe this is a large, budding market for books, audiobooks, and film.  Sports betting is going to explode thanks to the Supreme Court ruling.”  As previously stated, Mark Paul recently announced that, he has been inspired.  Inspired to tell one of his gambling stories; being more exact about the previously said.  Specifically, the aforementioned author revealed that, he has released a non-fiction book.  The non-fiction book is entitled, The Greatest Gambling Story Ever Told:  A True Tale of Three Gamblers, the Kentucky Derby and the Mexican Cartel.  In; The Greatest Gambling Story Ever Told:  A True Tale of Three Gamblers, the Kentucky Derby and the Mexican Cartel, Mr. Mark Paul tells his story of the 1988 Kentucky Derby.  Lastly, the book publishing company is, Authority Publishing. 

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04/03/2020


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