Carp fish is a very traditional meal during Christmas and New Year's dinner in many Central European countries. In countries such as Poland and Germany there is a tradition that after dinner, a couple of scales are cut off and kept in the wallet until the next time the meeting takes place to receive prosperity and good fortune.
There is documentation of its use by the Etruscans, in the Roman Era. In countries like Italy or Turkey the "fist" is considered an offensive gesture, but in Brazil it is considered to have the capacity to capture all the good luck that its owner did not have until the moment of acquiring it.
It is a characteristic figure of the Andean altiplano, which receives tribute in Bolivia, Peru, northern Chile and Argentina, as well as in eastern Venezuela, where he is known as Don Juan del Dinero. According to historians, the legend began in the Tiahuanaco culture, Bolivia, and after the Spanish conquest it was adapted by Aymaras and Incas. It is a
And no, it doesn't really improve the luck of each person. But, instead, superstition helps to improve self-confidence and security, which leads to better performance and concentration. The rational side of good luck charms explains that they inspire confidence and self-assurance. Carrying the talisman inside the case, wallet or pocket can lead the person to success; as this significantly
A 60-year-old woman won more than $3.8 million in the slot machines at the Hard Rock Casino in the famous guitar-shaped hotel in Hollywood and broke the record for this type of game in the state of Florida. The woman, who lives in Fort Lauderdale, about 30 miles north of Miami, said she hasn't decided how she will
This possition is one of the most important on a gaming table, as it ensures the smooth running of the hand, corrects player errors and supervises betting. These two terms are frequently used as synonyms since both are in charge of managing the game, passing the bets and guiding the players. The difference is the type of game
The Goddess Fortune or Goddess of Luck has its origin in Rome and represents chance, good or bad luck. According to the Roman mythology, this Goddess was present in all the events and distributed, according to whim, the goods or the evils. Even the Roman emperors coined medals representing her to accompany them at all times.
John Montagu, a nobleman from England who inherited the title of “Fourth Earl of Sandwich” was a gaming lover. So much that in 1765 he didn´t want to leave the table to eat. Instead, he ordered his servants to bring him some meat between sliced bread so he could eat and play at the same time. And so,