The Plaza Hotel & Casino will welcome Eric Sherwood, author of the immensely popular book “Dealt – Stories from My Life on the Felt,” for his first book signing and meet & greet event in Las Vegas on Friday, Aug. 26, at 6 p.m.
At the Annoyed Pit Boss Book Signing, guests can have either their personal copy of the book signed or purchase one onsite. Attendees will also receive one complimentary cocktail. Registration via RSVP is required online at https://www.plazahotelcasino.com/annoyed-pit-boss/ and space is limited onsite to the first 100 people to arrive.
On Saturday, Aug. 27 at 7 p.m., guests can again meet up with Sherwood to play blackjack on the Plaza’s casino floor.
Guests wanting to stay at the Plaza for the weekend to attend the book signing and play blackjack with the Annoyed Pit Boss can save up to 20 percent off room rates when they book a room online with the special booking code: ANNOYED.
Sherwood became a casino dealer at a new Pennsylvania casino in 2010. He dealt cards for five years before becoming table games supervisor. In 2012, Sherwood created the Twitter account @AnnoyedPitBoss, formerly the Annoyed Casino Dealer, to share his daily happenings to the world. After the account organically took off, Sherwood began jotting down notes of stories and characters that he encountered every day at his job. The notes and stories would lead to his book “Dealt – Stories from My Life on the Felt.” Sherwood has worked in two casinos since his casino career began and currently lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and their two daughters.
Released in May 2022, “Dealt – Stories from My Life on the Felt” is a collection of 32 short stories from Sherwood’s experiences. He takes the reader behind the table with the true, shocking, and hilarious accounts from his perspective while dealing blackjack, roulette, mini-baccarat and three-card poker. Dealt is a wild roller coaster ride, filled with the highs and lows of gambling mixed in with humor, high-stakes action and jaw-dropping, real-life moments that will leave readers shaking their heads.