DEADWOOD, South Dakota, USA — Back ‘round 1876, Wild Bill Hickok must have seen it all in the fabled Black Hills of Dakota — gold mines, outlaws, bordellos, the antics of gal-pal Calamity Jane and the poker game that led to his assassination. By the looks of Deadwood today, it's easy to imagine that not much has changed. Saloon No. 10, the site of that deadly aces-and-eights poker hand, still deals in whiskey and cards. So even the rough-and-tumble lawman, himself, might have been ...
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