Gambler gambles his life's worth and wins
A man who sold everything he owned to risk it all on a single spin of the roulette wheel in the Plaza Hotel and Casino has left Las Vegas twice as rich.
32-year-old Ashley Revell, from Kent, England, sold all of his possessions to raise cash and risk it all in a one-off bet in Vegas.
Revell raised about $135,300 from selling all his stuff in auctions and car boot sales. He took the money to vegas and put it all on red.
The ball landed on red 7 winning Ashley around $135,000. He punched the air with delight. If the ball had landed on black, Revell would have left Vegas empty-handed.
"That was just the most amazing experience I have ever had in my life. The first thing I am going to do is buy some new clothes, some sunglasses, obviously," he said.
"It was just wicked, I mean it was just... I can't describe my feelings going through that. It has just been a complete sort of rollercoaster ride. First it's on, then it's off."
"I just wanted to get the bet over with, and know either way. Obviously, I was feeling lucky, but I just didn't know."
"Really all I am going to do now is chill out, my family are here, my friends are here, so just spend some time with them."Posted in Other by
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