One of the more ghoulish games played in the old Russian military was for a group of soldiers to put one bullet in the chamber of a revolver. Each would spin it randomly, point it at their head and pull the trigger. You had a one-in-six chance of killing yourself. Because spinning the revolver chamber was a bit like spinning a roulette wheel, where it stopped randomly and could destroy a player (financially, at least), this game became known as Russian roulette.
you have a revolver, load it with one bullet, spin the cylinder put up to your head and pull the trigger. this game is all about chance.
The presiding officer of the chamber is the Speaker of the House.
It'll probably be a single action revolver. On the right side of the pistol (as you look at it from behind), there'll be a small door which you can flip out to expose the chambers in the cylinder. After opening this, you'll pull the hammer back one or two notches - NOT all the way. This will allow the cylinder to spin freely. Rotate each chamber so it's lined up with the small door, then push back on the ejector rod to push the cartridge back and out of the chamber. Rotate through all the cylinders in the chamber, repeating this process with each one.
You can't, unless you are the one to place the bullet and you don't spin the chamber. If you're using a semi - then don't be the first person!
In the DVD commentary director, William Malone, explains the the chamber actually was built and turned on and would light up, spin, etc. It was based off of a real machine. So yes, It was real.
A parliament with only one house is called unicameral.
The only characters who ever went into the Chamber are:Salazar SlytherinLord VoldemortGinny WeasleyHarry PotterRon WeasleyGilderoy LockhartHermione GrangerOut of those, Gilderoy Lockhart was the only one who didn't go completely into the Chamber as he remained at the entrance.
No one revolver, no one size, no one answer.
The chamber is called a vacuole, and many plant cells have only one, or have a large primary one.