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Ashley Revell (born 1971 in Maidstone, Kent) is an English gambler. In 2004 he sold all his possessions, including his clothes, and gambled US$135,300 on a single spin of a roulette wheel in the Plaza Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas. Revell even changed his name by deed poll to "Ashley Blue Square Revell" after the UK online bookmaker contributed to his gambling fund. He raised additional cash through car boot sales and auctions.

The ball ended up on 7 red and Revell doubled his money to $270,600. Revell used his winnings to set up an online poker company called Poker UTD, which later went out of business in 2012 due to controversy over US frozen accounts.

The event was filmed by Sky One as a reality mini-series titled Double or Nothing. He was also featured in an E! documentary special along with Stu Ungar called THS Investigates: Vegas Winners & Losers.

An episode of the television series Las Vegas entitled "One Nation, Under Surveillance", first broadcast on 14 March 2005, had a character and event loosely based on Revell.

Simon Cowell said that Revell's bet was the inspiration behind his 2011-2012 game show called Red or Black?.

Revell also owns iGaming Recruitment, a website that matches online gambling companies with job applicants.

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Games of video poker

The following games are included:



North Slots

South Slots

Money Wheel

Video poker

RouletteWhen a game is selected, the game offers several betting limits to choose from, as well as three of each version of slots and video poker.

Political biography of video poker

Representative Bruneau wrote landmark sunshine laws to open government meetings and records to the public. He sponsored the controversial law that legalized video poker in the state. He procured passage of another law that clarifies the right of a victim to shoot a carjacker. However, he fought efforts to halt excessive alcohol consumption. He mastered the art of redistricting as a House parliamentarian. Rarely was he seriously challenged in his own Lakeview district. He also pushed without success for both vouchers for families of private school pupils and for merit selection of state court judges.

Bruneau left the legislature with nine months remaining in his eighth term, having even accelerated his original departure date by two weeks. A special election was therefore held to choose his successor. His son, Jeb E. Bruneau, ran unsuccessfully for the seat, having lost a March 31, 2007, runoff to fellow Republican Nicholas Lorusso, a New Orleans attorney. Also in the race in the spring was Democratic activist Deborah Langhoff.

Thereafter, Bruneau's other son, Adrian Lee Bruneau (born ca. 1972), failed in the regular nonpartisan blanket primary, or jungle primary, held on October 20, 2007, to select a full-term successor to the term-limited Bruneau. Lorusso again prevailed, having defeated Adrian Bruneau and, again, the Democrat Deborah Langhoff. In addition to Lakeview, the 94th District includes Mid-City, City Park, and the Lake areas of Orleans Parish. It was redistricted in 2011 for the 2012 legislative session.

Bruneau, known for his flamboyance, wit, humor, and theatrics in the House, was originally elected as an Independent in the first ever nonpartisan primary held in the fall of 1975. He switched to Republican affiliation in 1984 and was thereafter elected as a Republican in 1987, 1991, 1995, 1999, and 2003.

During Hurricane Katrina, Bruneau lost his home, law offices, and certain business interests. He sent dozens of updates and newsletters to constituents advising them of their options after Katrina.

Bruneau is a former Speaker Pro Tempore of the Louisiana House. In 1984, he was chairman of the House Republican delegation. The conservative Alliance for Good Government named him "Legislator of the Year" in 1978, 1980, 1981, and 1986. The Louisiana Conservative Union cited him for service as well in 1981. The National Republican Legislators Association named him "National Legislator of the Year" in 1986. In 1992, he received the Monte M. Lemann Award from Louisiana Civil Service. In 1995, he was honored by the interest group Victims and Citizens against Crime.

Bruneau attributed his early resignation to the desire that his successor serve prior to the implementation of term limits with the 2008 legislative session. Though Bruneau had originally supported term limits for legislators, he changed his mind on the matter as his time of departure neared. As early as 2005, Bruneau had expressed opposition to term limits, even having quipped the Richard M. Nixon line: "You won't have Peppi to kick around any more." Bruneau, meanwhile holds the District 94 seat on the Louisiana Republican State Central Committee.

In February 2015, Bruneau, along with Attorney General Buddy Caldwell, were among the new inductees into the Louisiana Political Museum and Hall of Fame in Winnfield.

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