Noam Scheiber summarizes Michael Scherer's and Michael Weisskopf's article in Time on the candidates' gambling habits:

Short version: McCain is a high-stakes craps player who loves the pure, adrenalin-pumping, rush of the game. Obama is an exceedingly low-stakes poker player who sizes up his odds methodically and rarely loses money.

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