Roue de la roulette européenne pour la surface intérieure est la roue en forme de bol monté sur l’essieu. Diamètre – environ 90 cm et peser jusqu’à quarante kilogrammes.
La roue est généralement faite de bois précieux. Le cercle intérieur est divisé en «poches», l’évidement dans lequel la balle tombe après la rotation.
Wheel – ce qui est exactement le mécanisme équilibré qui devrait assurer des résultats de caractère aléatoire.
Il existe deux types de roues – pour la roulette américaine et européenne. Les principales différences entre eux:
Sur la roue américaine dispose de 38 chambres (de 1 à 36, 0 et 00 – ZERO et DOUBLE ZERO), tandis que sur la roue dans la roulette européenne – 37 numéros (0, 1-36)
Les nombres sont répartis de différentes façons:
La roue de la roulette américaine
La roue de la roulette européenne
En Europe – numéro figurant sur la circonférence extérieure de la roue, l’Américain à l’intérieur.
Dans la roue de la roulette française est utilisé le même que la version européenne du jeu.
Following on from last years ‘What I’ve Been Watching in 2012‘ I give you the imaginatively titled ‘What I’ve Been Watching in 2013’. My hope is that some others might follow suit and post on their blogs a similar list. If you do just drop us a note and I’ll try to keep some index of them updated. Potentially if enough people post them I’d do a compiled list. As per last year the inspiration for this remains William Gallagher‘s Poll of the Year on his UK DVD Review podcast.
My criteria for my list is simple, anything I’ve watched in any format in 2013 is eligible. Things are ordered 10 – 1 based on how much I’ve enjoyed them in 2013.
Had a slightly shaky start to its third series, but the last 6 episodes really motor. Damien Lewis and Clare Danes continue to put in spellbinding performances and Mandy Patinkin relishes an expanded role as Saul. Highly recommend giving Homeland a watch if you’re yet to give it a try. Read more
Slightly different from my usual posts, the above is a poem that I ‘composed’ during a university module on identity. Thought I’d post it up here because it speaks to how much TV, Film & Music can shape the language we use to discuss ourselves and the things around us.
After writing up my top ten of 2012, I looked back at it and realised it didn’t include any films. I thought I would correct that, so here is my top ten films of 2012. Thats right, I’m really bending the rules.
10. That film you can’t believe I’ve forgotten/left out.
Released earlier this year, starring thingy from that other thing. Some people didn’t like it but what do they know?
One of the best things about the sadly departed UK DVD Review podcast was the poll William did every year where he encouraged people to email in and rant at him about their favourite DVD of the year. He’d then tally the votes (giving extra points for the better the rant and the more creatively you bent the rules) and then put them into a nice top 10 countdown. Alongside that he’d also give you his top 10 of the year.
It was patently unfair, you got 1 choice, he got 10. I tell you what though, I thought picking just 1 was hard, picking 10 it turns out is 10 times harder. You see i’ve decided that I want to let you know about a load of things in one go, instead of the 1 every 6 months pace i’ve previously being keeping. So i’m doing my version of the end of year top 10. My rules are slightly different to William’s, this is quite simply the top 10 things i’ve been watching on DVD/iTunes/Tivo this year. So lets get started.
Hello, I’m Daniel and I’m an addict, a drama addict, it’s all William’s fault.
Drama addiction is a serious condition, which is perfectly described below:-
The audience will do anything to spend time with a great character. We’re junkies for it. We’ll gnaw our own arms off to hang out once more with a killer character. It’s why sequels and series are so popular: because we want to see where the character’s going. You give us a great character, our only desire becomes to lick him like he’s a hallucinogenic toad and take the crazy trip-ass ride wherever he has to go.