#1 Wife as a Wager
Wife as a wager turns silence into violence which further proves to be the root cause of a great war.
Can you ever believe that someone who is known for his truthfulness and very respectful for his wife would ever put his beloved wife as a wager, but it happened in reality in the past? In the epic telling of Mahabharata, a holy Indian book, a man name Yudhistir kept his wife Draupadi as a wager and lost him which ultimately caused the great war of Mahabharata in Indian History.
#2 Sold, Bet and won
This is a very common and disappointing nature of gambling which invites the people to play gamble again in the hope of winning. The same happened with a British gambler who sold everything including even his clothes, belt, and shoes, etc. He did so in Las Vegas just to bet $ 135 300 for a single spin of roulette and what a stroke of good luck for him that he won that spin.
#3 Good or bad luck
Once a wife was not happy with her husband to do gambling so just to prove her point that most of the time gambling is a waste of money and time she purchased on a lottery ticket but what best for him, she won the lottery.
#4 Is gambling really banned in Japan
Japan is a country where gambling is not allowed. But here people do gambling in a different way. In gambling, people win gambling and get the balls that are exchanged with some prizes and token in returns. Finally, the gamblers redeem these token and prizes with cash at a place that is not at the gambling point.
#5 Sandwich and John Montagu
John Montagu was a famous gambler. He was so much addicted to gambling that he could avoid anything during the sessions of his gambling. Once he was in a very long session of gambling and felt appetite. He asked his servant the food do that he could eat just with one hand easily. His servant served him some meat sandwiched in between the pieces of bread. It is believed that the sandwich got its name after this incident.
#6 Keno invention
Do you know when and where the famous gambling game keno was invented? It was invented in China in the second century before Christ.