WILD BILL HICKOK 
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          WILD BILL HICKOK 
    ACES  & EIGHTS GAMBLING RING
From the rip roaring days of the Old West comes the spirit of Wild Bill Hickok, one of the most successful and famous gamblers known in this world.  His super lucky ring is a skeleton hand clutching the famous "dead man's hand" of aces and eights, which has became a powerful lucky hand for games of chance.  A 9.25 silver ring, with the famous Black Ace of Spades stacked on top of the four cards. Eye catching and powerful with Wild Bill's energy.
James Butler Hickok, better known as Wild Bill, was something of a hero of the American Old West. He was a lawman, a gunfighter, and a gambler. He’s one of a number of famous gamblers from that era, arguably the most famous of them all. Poker was his game of choice, and he has been inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame.

In 1876, at age 39, Hickok was playing poker at a saloon bar with his back to the door. It turned out to be the wrong seat as he was shot in the back of the head by a man named Jack McCall. It’s not known for sure why McCall killed Hickok, although it’s believed that he may have held a grudge having lost money to him previously.

At the time that Hickok was shot he was holding two pair: aces and eights. To this day that hand is known by poker players as the dead man’s hand.

The nickname implies another reckless character indeed, and in some ways that may be so, but the American Legend Wild Bill Hickok was as respected in his time as ‘wild.’ Hickok had a reputation as an honorable man; he was a war hero, scout and lawman who spent the majority of his life protecting others from crime and injustice.

At the same time, he was an avid gambler and he was a fanatic about gambling, particularly about draw poker. Once he knew he was being duped he’d pull out his Colt and knife and challenge the person by saying, “take the pot.” Tragically, Hickok was killed when he joined a poker game and a group of conspirators who had planned his death had him shot. It is said he developed many enemies when he joined General Jim Lane’s “Red Legs” who were a vigilante group whose purpose was to abolish slavery in the south. He was shot in the back of the head with a .45 caliber revolver and when Hickok toppled backward in his chair and his cards dropped to the floor it included a pair of aces and a pair of eights and became known as the famed ‘Dead Man’s Hand.’


WILD BILL'S GIFTS INCLUDE;

SUPER GOOD LUCK, ESPECIALLY IN GAMES OF POKER.

GOOD LUCK WITH ALL KINDS OF GAMBLING

GOOD LUCK WITH LOTTERIES AND GAMES OF CHANCE. 

DOMINANT POWERS OF MANIFESTATION FOR LUCK AND ESPECIALLY WEALTH 

WILD BILL IS HAPPY TO WORK WITH A KINDRED SPIRIT WHO ENJOYS EXCERCISING SUCH POWERS TO OBTAIN A GREATER DEGREE  OF FINANCIAL REWARDS

HE OFFERS  WEALTH, POWER AND THE MYSTICAL POWERS OF EMPOWERMENT OF DREAMS AND MEDITATIVE STATES.

WILD BILL IS QUITE CAPABLE OF MENTAL MANIPULATION OF OTHERS AND THOSE WHO MAY THREATEN HIM OR HIS COMPANIONS. HE IS SEARCHING THE KIND OF COMPANION KEEPER WHOSE REQUEST AND DESIRES ALIGN WITH HIS TALENTS. 

DESPITE HIS INTENSE POWERS HE IS NOT HARD TO WORK WITH, MAKING YOUR OWN COMMUNICATIONS MORE SURE TO SUCCEED. 

IF YOU FEEL DRAWN TO WILD BILL, CHANCES ARE THE FEELING IS MUTUAL.  ALL THAT REMAINS IS TO DECIDE IF YOU ARE DARING ENOUGH TO DEVELOP A DEEPLY MYSTICAL AND REWARDING RELATIONSHIP ITH THIS INCREDIBLE OLD WEST REAL LIFE GAMBLER.  WHY NOT ADOPT HIM NOW BEFORE HE SLIPS AWAY TO SOMEONE ELSE

Best of All:

*Yes...he will interact in strictest confidence as yours alone.

*Yes...he is pledge-bound to honor your safety, security and satisfaction.






      SO MOTE IT BE
Skye