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"Russian Roulette" is a song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna for her fourth studio album, Rated R (2009).
Lyrically, the single is about an abusive romantic relationship that ended abruptly.
Music critics noted the lyrical theme as a response to the domestic violence case between Rihanna and her then-boyfriend, singer Chris Brown.
On average, betting shops keep 8p for every £1 wagered, as 92p is given back as winnings.
On the virtual roulette, the payout rate is 97.3 per cent.
The extent of Britain’s addiction to controversial casino-style gambling machines is revealed today with the disclosure by two bookmaker giants that more than £12 billion was wagered on their machines in the first half of this year.
It’s ruined my life, it’s ruined my family, it’s really dangerous.” Ms Harman’s stance puts her at odds with MPs on the influential Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee, which recently called for more gaming machines in bookies to prevent clusters of betting shops in high streets.
Written and produced by Ne-Yo and Chuck Harmony, "Russian Roulette" is a pop and R&B ballad that contains dark, morbid, and tense atmospheric elements in its composition.The slot machines allow a spin every three seconds, and customers can wager as much as £2 per bet.The virtual roulette machine allows three spins per minute and can swallow up to £18,000 in one hour. FOBTs offer better chances of winning than other types of gambling."Russian Roulette" received generally positive reviews from critics, with many praising Rihanna's vocal performance and the song's lyrics.It reached the top-ten in over twenty countries worldwide including number one in Czech Republic, Israel, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, and Switzerland.Others spoke of open drug-dealing, violence and prostitution, blaming it on the number of betting shops.