The late Chief Justice William Rehnquist ran a monthly poker game. Chief Justice and President William Howard Taft was an avid poker player, as were justices Robert Jackson and William Douglas. And Justice Antonin Scalia in a recent New York magazine interview said, “I’m a damn good poker player.”

Poker is back in the U.S. Supreme Court, but not in the way those famous aficionados knew it.

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