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(Dub) 11 : A Gamble

The Gambler is a series of five American Western television films starring Kenny Rogers as Brady Hawkes, a fictional old-west gambler. The character was inspired by Rogers' hit single "The Gambler".[1]

(Dub) 11 : A Gamble


Kenny Rogers stars as Brady Hawkes, the titular gambler, who embarks on a journey to meet Jeremiah (Ronnie Scribner), the young son he never knew after Jeremiah sends him a letter. Along the way, Brady meets Billy Montana (Bruce Boxleitner) and the two become friends. Billy (while trying to help Brady in his quest) fancies himself as a professional poker player on his own. Although Billy makes mistakes along the way (some of these include trying to find a way to cheat or do some smooth talking), Brady makes sure that he stays on good behavior during a train ride to Yuma. The duo help Jennie Reed (Lee Purcell), a prostitute who has trouble with a train baron. At the end, Brady's son's stepfather (Clu Gulager) is confronted.

In her first game against Mary, she casually begins dropping large sums of money (going so far as to waging 1,000,000 (89,587.07) even though she knows Mary was cheating and begins to show her true insanity. She proceeds to literally get off on the thrill and rush of such a gamble, screaming her desire to get her gambling freak on. After Yumeko deftly defeats Mary and rescues Ryota from house pet status, she proceeds to knock out a vast number of the wealthy and powerful Student Council members, sometimes winning, sometimes losing but always displaying a cavalier disregard to her own well being, betting her finger and toenails being ripped from her, playing a few rounds of Russian Roulette, and even betting her freedom as a human being. All the while, she demonstrates a rather enthusiastic amount of excitement and pleasure from such gambles, typically to the horror and confusion of her opponents.

Kaede appears to be a cold, ruthless and calculating person who is an extremely prudent and observant gambler, as he always takes the high road, which he himself often notes. His mindfulness allows for him to predict his opponent's actions and he often wins due to this. However, it is revealed he has insecurities, specifically, a deep fear of being deemed worthless and discarded. He won't allow for that to happen, no matter what the circumstance. In this aspect, he and Itsuki Sumeragi are very similar and he shows a bit of appreciation for her tenacity when he recommended that she join the student council.

Kaede appears with the student council, discussing the recent defeat of Itsuki Sumeragi at the hands of Yumeko Jabami. It is revealed that he was the one who recommended Itsuki to the student council. Later, he appears after Yumeko loses to Yuriko Nishinotouin. He comments on the fact that it was barely a win for the latter. When Midari Ikishima hears about Yumeko wanting to gamble with the president and storms out, he is annoyed at her behavior. After Yumeko draws with Midari, Kaede once again comments on the fact that it is ignoble for the student council that two student council members have been baffled and nonplussed by Yumeko, one ruthlessly rejected and played and the other lost badly if not for the interference of the student council president.

He is later seen along with the student council after the president leaves for some place kept secret, having not told the student council secretary Sayaka Igarashi nor the vice president about this. Due to this, the student council is in commotion and starts planning ahead in order to bout with Yumeko. They approve Yumemi Yumemite's suggestion that she take on Yumeko and Kaede later helps organize the event where Yumemi and Yumeko would gamble. After Yumemi loses to Yumeko, it is revealed how someone sent a torn letter's fan along with a recorder to Yumeko and told her to use it against Yumemi. The event resorts to lynching and fingers are later pointed at Kaede. He is coalesced into coming up the stage after Yumemi's fans call him out.

In Season two, Kaede visits Yumemi Yumemite in her room, foreshadowing that he is responsible for making Yumeko gamble against her (and almost ruining her career). During her live show, some characters refer to him as her "producer". When he's finally accused, he thinks about his plan and laughs while he's reaching the stage, pleased that everything is going according to his plan.When Yumeko and Itsuki defeat him at Choice Poker, his glasses break from the shock and his hair turns white.

Participants experienced unrecognised debt, financial losses, pressure from debt collectors, and financial insecurity. Many participants disclosed their partner had gambled savings they believed to be secure. This impacted not only on partners but also on their children. Some lost their savings, assets, homes and/or belongings. All suffered disruption and deterioration of their established ways of life and their sense of stability and security. Tess commented:

These research findings suggest opportunities may exist to minimise these negative impacts on partners through more timely and practical assistance. This recommendation has been raised by previous researchers advocating improved support for partners of problem gamblers (Krishnan & Orford, 2002), and to better equip partners engaged in support and problem gambling resolution processes (Evans & Delfabbro, 2003; Hodgins et al., 2007; Pulford et al., 2009). However, this research suggests partner support also needs to extend to assisting partners with their emotional, psychological and physical health and wellbeing issues, along with the myriad of other personal concerns they experience, but which may not be captured in more quantitative research designs. Developing a range of efficacious self-help measures, particularly those centred on financial management and emotional resilience may go some way in ameliorating the negative impacts partners endure. Although far greater research is needed to clarify the types of assistance that would be of greatest benefit, some partners suggested improving access to information and support services for partners and families was important.

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Despite the chilly temperatures, early sunsets and focus on shopping during the holiday season, Lee said consumers may have a little more time to catch up with friends, get a drink and maybe gamble together.

Chad Beynon, an investment analyst with Macquarie Bank in New York, said Rising Star's remote location and the crowded local gambling market are forcing it to be more resourceful and try new initiatives to attract gamblers.

Ken is an ordinary child made into a Stand user by Yoshihiro Kira and prompted into challenging Rohan Kishibe in a game of rock-paper-scissors in which the latter must gamble his own Stand. Ken's Stand is named Boy II Man.

Money plays a much bigger role in Shenmue II; unlike the first game, where Ryo was given money at the start of each day, Shenmue II requires the gamer to find a part time job or to gamble in order to earn cash, as all of Ryo's cash is stolen and he never gets it back. There is a mandatory $1000 the player will need to earn before the end of the game; $500 to be able to speak to Ren, and later, another $500 to fight Rod Stunt.

Smokescreen learns that Bosch is a gambler. After demonstrating his ability to manipulate a slot machine, he takes Bosch's proposition to go to Monacus, a gambling asteroid, and win enough energon to repower Bosch's ship in exchange for the freedom of the rest of the Autobots.

Yumeko Jabami, a seemingly naive and beautiful transfer student, is ready to try her hand at Hyakkaou's special curriculum. Unlike the rest, she doesn't play to win, but for the thrill of the gamble, and her borderline insane way of gambling might just bring too many new cards to the table.

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In a world where money is everything and lives mean nothing, second-years Economics student Kimimaru Yoga is invited to gamble in the East Financial District. Here, money is abundant and weekly matches decide players' fates. It is in this world that Yoga operates under the name 'Entre' to protect his fortunes and his future.

Nongou the impulsive gambler has accumulated over $27,000 in debt. He soon finds himself in the darkest corners of society playing Mahjong against the Mafia. In a bid of desperation, he offers his life but soon realises that things are not what they seem. This 26 episode series packs a real punch of tension and is not afraid to threaten its characters with serious consequences. You will be on the edge of your seat as you watch Nongou dance with fire in some of the most intense Mahjong games ever seen. The psychological and thriller elements only turn up the heat, so be prepared; who knows what will happen?

Toua Toguchi is a talented baseball pitcher by profession but a passionate gambler at heart. He plays a simplified version of baseball called One Out on the streets of Okinawa. However, when Toua is charged with leading a real baseball team to victory, he has to follow one simple rule; for every out he pitches, he wins $45,000. For every run he lets go, he loses $455,000. 041b061a72


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