Roshambo meets footie pics
Tuesday October 24th 2006, 7:50 pm
Filed under: NPRG

This is the first post in a new category – Non-Poker-Related-Gambling or NPRG for short.

As I was entering my commuter train to work this morning, I saw four young kids sitting on the floor with a lot of footie pics (from the 2006 WC) in front of them. As I was rather knackered from yet another short night, I wasn’t too interested in what was going on…until the magic words came out of their mouths “schick-schnack-schnuck” (Ro-sham-bo). *lol*

Now I had to take a closer look. All “players” participating are required to lay one footie pic in the middle. Then a round of elimination roshambo is played between all players to determine the order of the next step. (Player 1 wins…he’s got the first try, Players 2-3 coninue to determine 2nd, 3rd and 4th)

The next step is that they fold the pics in half and lay them in one row. Then the winner hits the floor with open hands – the pics that flip are his/her’s to keep. If there are pics left, the 2nd player gets a shot, etc.

Now if that wasn’t enough, I couldn’t really stop laughing (on the inside) as one of the “gamblers” announced a rematch feature texas rules (double the bet)…*lol*…I guess gambling starts at a much younger age these days, as none of the kids was older then 9 years old, lol…watch out…the next generation is going to be after us soon enough 😉

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