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Definition of Brelan

Brelan
Brelan Bre*lan", n. [F.] (Card Playing) (a) A French gambling game somewhat like poker. (b) In French games, a pair royal, or triplet.

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- Brelan (Old French: brelenc is a famous French vying game with rapidly escalating bets from the seventeenth to nineteenth century, and hence also a name...
- is an 18th-century French gambling card game of the Revolution based on Brelan, very po****r during the 19th century in France and again for some years...
- actor John van Dreelen in Henri Verneuil's 1952 all-star detective omnibus Brelan d'as [fr] (Full House). Bernard Borderie had the chance to produce the first...
- Renaissance game of primero and the French brelan. The English game brag (earlier bragg) clearly descended from brelan and incorporated bluffing (though the...
- the Daedalus Project. The cast included: Richard Derrington as Charles Brelan (Professor). Anna Chancellor as Mercedes Page (Post-Grad). Alison Dowling...
- term, also called Krimp, for three-of-a-kind and equating to a Gl**** or Brelan This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated with the title Trischaken...
- the game are the English game, Brag, from the 16th century and the French Brelan (later Bouillotte) and Belle, Flux et Trente-et-Un. Poch is recorded as...
- crevés [fr] (1951) (+ screenwriter) Le Fruit défendu (1952) (+ screenwriter) Brelan d'as [fr] (1952) Le Boulanger de Valorgue (1953) Carnaval (Carnival) (1953)...
- one of the announcements in the French version. The name Gilet changed to Brelan in the time of Charles IX (1550–74), The Gilet of 18th century France was...
- (uncredited) The Last Year (1951) - Kommissar Turtledove General Delivery (1952) Brelan d'as [fr] (1952) - Hartner (segment "Je suis un tendre") I Lost My Heart...
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