The Birth of Bingo

There are a large number of different traditional games of chance in the world today, but most of these do not have a very clear history of how they developed. This is not the case with bingo, thanks to the hard work of historians who have traced its roots back to the 14th Century in […]

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Blackjack Distractions

Keep in mind that there are some distractions that can be fatal. The problems are not so much from other players, but from the area surrounding the player. It may sound inconsequential, but a decent black jack strategy is to learn to ignore everything around the table. Too many players get caught up in what […]

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One of the Most Popular Games Around the World

The game of slots is one of the most popular around the world. Every day is an immense number of people who crowd to the game both in traditional casinos and in online casinos. Currently, online casinos have gained important ground in the various games and patterns they offer, seeing benefit from the increase of […]

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A short history of Bristol 2 litre engined cars

When the war ended in ’45 BMW’s Eisensach factory was wrecked and behind Russian lines, Munich was in the American sector and they didn’t want them making anything larger than a 250cc Motorbike. Donald Aldington was stationed in Bristol and heard that BAC was considering car manufacture as a means of keeping people in jobs […]

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Memories from The French Trip 2009

Another tremendous success though a slightly different formula. This year we spent another week in other place because everyone loves the place, the superb food and service are superb and Brittany Ferries offer a deal that includes the Ferry. We then drove 230 miles to La Giruadiere, an old Manor House in the Loire region near […]

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Peter Wilson’s Reminisces of Racing Bristols in the 50s

A danger is that, as one gets old, you always think things do not change and they do. Racing nowadays is very different to how it was twenty five years ago so I tried to refresh ay memory by reading up ‘Autocourse’; and on Monday night I went down to see Vivian Selby’s widow, Mabel, […]

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My Bristol 400 Registration Number JEL450

There can be few of us who wouldn’t own many different cars if they had the money and the space. I certainly would and, as last year was a good one for AVI and my Bentleys have reached the stage where little more than servicing is required, I thought it a good idea to investigate […]

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Bristol Owners Club of Australia National Rally in Noosa

In 2007 at the National Rally of the Bristol Owners Club of Australia, was held in NSW. At this biannual event the decision was made to hold the subsequent National Rally in Noosa in QLD in September 2009. Noosa is a holiday/resort area about 150 kms North of Brisbane on the coast. This was controversial […]

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Brian And His love of Bristols Part 2

Brian May doesn’t have a website but probably does have the World’s largest collection of second hand Bristol’s and spare parts and what he doesn’t have he has made, so a visit to Peterbrook Road can be a life changing experience. Some Bristol’s are rare and historically important; they are eligible for major historical events […]

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Brian May And His Bristols

Brian May probably has more Bristols and more spares than the Bristol Car Company! A visit is an almost unbelievable experience because he has stuff that most of us will never see in a lifetime, even a de-activated WW2 incendiary bomb! I visited him recently and spotted several interesting projects as well an immaculate 603 […]

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