A 67-year-old man from India died last week. Actually, he was murdered. His name was Narendra Dabholkar.
Chances are you’ve never heard of him, until now.
We pass by strangers every day.
Most of the time, like ships in the night, we don’t even know they’re there or who they are.
I wonder how many times we’ve stood beside truly remarkable people, extraordinary individuals among us — those who have witnessed incredible events in history and may have even shaped the world in some way — and didn’t even know it.
It probably happens more often than you think.
This is the third in an extended series of articles about Chris Moneymaker’s victory at the 2003 World Series of Poker and what went on behind the scenes at Binion’s Horseshoe — before, during, and after that historic event.