Fictional 19th century adventurer Phileas Fogg was a most calculating, logical and meticulous man, but he was also prone to taking outlandish risks to meet his objectives. Were it gunning a steam train over a collapsing railway bridge, or rescuing a captured princess away from the grasp of an army of religious fanatics, Mr Fogg was a man who was prepared to put it all on the line to achieve his aims. During his famous 80-day adventures heading eastward around the world, he also possessed one attribute which is essential for anyone seeking to be rewarded for taking risk: luck.
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