Chalon, Alfred Edward (1780-1860), A Quarrel Over Cards, Material brush drawing in brown and grey ink, with brown chalk, over graphite. British Museum.
"no form of gambling frauds are more numerous than those with cards. A thousand combinations are possible with them. Endless tricks can be played by the adroit and unscrupulous dealer of cards. Some are traditional, almost as old as the hills. Cards have been 'forced' with marvellous, incomprehensible skill: packs have been prepared and substituted with uncommon dexterity."
May your weekend adventures have happier endings, and your gambling habit be honest!