Like most poor men with dreams of making it big, Klondike begins at a card table.
We sit at a card table in the center of a windowless, white-walled prison meeting room.
It turns out that Mr. Lockhart, the lone stranger at the card table, is actually the Devil himself.
Taking away his bonus, in short, would be like denying an gambler a seat at the card table.
I would willingly, if you will allow me, drink to your good luck at the card table.
Then he went back to his seat at the card table and took a minityper from his pocket.
At one end of the wide veranda overlooking the river a group sat at a card table.
Chairs were drawn to the card table, chips sold, and hands dealt.
People asked me about madame; I said that she was not feeling well, and I took my place at a card table.
Everybody buys wisdom of the major now and then over the card table.