The Great Cuban Hurricane of 1910 stuck western Cuba, and then turned and struck Cuba a second time doing untold damage and killing hundreds.
Some said the storm was the work of the Devil. Some of the older folks said the Devil drove teams of demons with whips through the Cuban mountains clearing paths wherever they went.
But at the hurricane’s height, on October 18th, witnesses say a strange poker game was played in the bar of the Schultz House Hotel in Punta Rassa, Florida.
This is its story. Double or nothing, anyone?
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About the Author
CLABE POLK is into a second career as a writer of fiction. So far, he has written four novels, three novellas, several short stories, and has a couple of other novels in process. He is a lifelong reader with a great variety of life experience. With a background in biology and natural sciences, Mr. Polk has more than thirty-seven years in professional environmental protection program management and law enforcement. He lives in Powder Springs, Georgia with his wife, two daughters, and the family’s Cockapoo named Annie.