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of a new better; for all, with the instinct of gamblers, took the side

reversal of impulse reacting to cause the state which they

of Giroudeau, the old officer of the Empire.

reversal of impulse reacting to cause the state which they

"Messieurs," said Georges, "you'll be punished for deserting me; I

reversal of impulse reacting to cause the state which they

feel in the vein. Come, Oscar, we'll make an end of them!"

Georges and his partner lost five games running. After losing the

thousand francs Oscar was seized with the fury of play and insisted on

taking the cards himself. By the result of a chance not at all

uncommon with those who play for the first time, he won. But Georges



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