Ivan Urgant parodied a casino game
Ivan Urgant on the air of the Evening Urgant show on Channel One parodied the gambling process in a land-based casino. The TV presenter played in the studio a sketch "Gambling House" Crown "" with the guests of the program Mari Vorozhy and Kirill Grebenshchikov. An excerpt from the episode has been posted on YouTube.
Urgant dressed as a casino dealer invited Vorozha and Grebenshchikov to take part in a mini-quiz with questions about the unusual laws of different countries. The actors had to bet on the answer they thought was correct. To make a bet, a red and black field with the inscription "Law / Not the law" was put on a table with green cloth. To place bets on the field, instead of chips, rolls of toilet paper were used, the demand for which has increased among the population due to the spread of the coronavirus. For the same reason, the rubric was named "Crown Gambling House".
Determining the winners of the quiz was carried out according to the rules of betting on equal chances in roulette. In the case of a correct answer, the guest's bet doubled, in the case of an incorrect one, it went to the property of the casino. The winner of the draw was Kirill Grebenshchikov, who managed to win 12 rolls of toilet paper.
Earlier, footage appeared on the Internet of how visitors to the private club Eltham Terrace Club in London used rolls of toilet paper for betting while playing poker. 690
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