In his new autobiography, "Finding My Virginity," Richard Branson describes a trip he took to Las Vegas with his teenagers, Holly and Sam. The self-made billionaire saw the family trip as a prime opportunity to give his children some money advice.
He originally wanted to teach his kids about the "perils of gambling," he writes.
According to Branson, the family had always played cards together, but never for money. He felt that his kids would be tempted to try gambling as they got older.