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Mike Lee's syndicate runs all the gambling joints in town and is least profitable. Lady Lee is the only way she knows to make a living, because her father Mike walked out under pressure to allow cheating. She became a success gambling among the rich, but fell out with the syndicate and contemplated the marriage proposal of a blueblood. Is it possible for such a match to work despite snobbery and old associations?
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