# A nice game of.... dreidel!!

Posted over 5 years ago

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Yo! A game of dreidel over da Internet! We, of course, are playing with an imaginary dreidel. So, who wants to play?!

For those of you who don't know the game.....

You spin the dreidel, and whichever Hebrew letter you land on decides how many of the chips you get. If you land on a gimmel, you get everything in the pot. If you land on a shin, you have to add to the pot. If you get a hey, you get half the pot. If you get a nun, you get nothing. In the beginning, everyone adds one piece to the pot. Instead of using chips, we will be using numbers. Anyone can join, there is no limit to players. If you run out of pieces, you are either out, or you can ask for a loan from another player. When someone wins everything in the pot, the round is over!

Stuff I'm adding that aren't part of the game...

You may participate even if you don't do Hanukkah, but don't be mean and don't go talking about Christmas and that stuff! Since this is an imaginary dreidal, the person who previously went decides what they lad on. (BE FAIR!) And use good grammar, don't use text spelling, and use roper punctuation and capitalization.

Here are the "chips"

### ### ##### #### #### ### ##### ##### #### ###

######### starts with five "chips". The pots starts out with ten "chips".

Posted over 5 years ago

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Posts: 1898

"Nutcase_Bookworm" wrote:

Yo! A game of dreidel over da Internet! We, of course, are playing with an imaginary dreidel. So, who wants to play?!

For those of you who don't know the game.....

You spin the dreidel, and whichever Hebrew letter you land on decides how many of the chips you get. If you land on a gimmel, you get everything in the pot. If you land on a shin, you have to add to the pot. If you get a hey, you get half the pot. If you get a nun, you get nothing. In the beginning, everyone adds one piece to the pot. Instead of using chips, we will be using numbers. Anyone can join, there is no limit to players. If you run out of pieces, you are either out, or you can ask for a loan from another player. When someone wins everything in the pot, the round is over!

Stuff I'm adding that aren't part of the game...

You may participate even if you don't do Hanukkah, but don't be mean and don't go talking about Christmas and that stuff! Since this is an imaginary dreidal, the person who previously went decides what they lad on. (BE FAIR!) And use good grammar, don't use text spelling, and use roper punctuation and capitalization.

Here are the "chips"

### ### ##### #### #### ### ##### ##### #### ###

######### starts with five "chips". The pots starts out with ten "chips".

Biblical Resurcher,Rabbi