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Here my take on this great song.  In the solo you'll notice they
use lots of hammer on's and pull off's to get that real country twang sound.
It looks hard a first but isn't too hard to pick up once you get the hang of it.

Tabbed By John Wallace (jmawallacehotmail.com)

Capo 3rd Fret


D C                   G                  D
  A high roller even when the chips are down
C                     G                  D
To win her over, I'd seen the tables turn around
C                     G                  D
She's ten the hard way, I can feel it in my bones
C                     G                  D
She'll be making my day and not another night alone
F                     G                  D
Well it's time for a windfall and not a single minute too soon
C                     G                  D
I've been too long overdue, now I'm gonna shoot the moon


I'd bet it all on a good run of bad luck
                      F            G
Seven come eleven and she could be mine
D                                         C               G
Luck be a lady, and I'm gonna find love comin' on the bottom line




I've been to the table, and I've lost it all before
I'm willing and able, always coming back for more
Squeezing out a thin dime 'til there's no one hanging on my arm
I've gambled on a third time, a fool will tell you it's a charm
If I'm bettin' on a loser, I'm gonna have a devil to pay
But it's the only game I know to play, it doesn't matter anyway



and thats it.  For anyone interested I find when strumming the D chord in the chorus
it can sound a bit monotonous so I use my second finger to play a C note (3rd fret on 
second string)
and then a F note (3rd fret on the third string).  If you do this, keeping with the 
it sounds
a bit like the solo being played as well as the chords. anyway have fun.

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