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[#] Sat Sep 15 2012 11:39:21 EDT from Ben Collver

Subject: some funny d12 tables

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[#] Mon Jan 07 2013 21:51:10 EST from zooer

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Does anybody here play PokerTH? (the open source on-line game)

[#] Mon Feb 04 2013 19:11:25 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Is that like Pokers for people with a lisp?

[#] Tue Feb 05 2013 10:32:57 EST from zooer

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No it is a open source Poker Texas Holdem game, it can be played over the local network, the official game site or using
your own server as the host.
I wanted to see an uncensored table.

[#] Tue Feb 05 2013 15:45:24 EST from Ladyhawke

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Uncensored lithping?

[#] Wed Feb 06 2013 22:14:58 EST from wizard of aahz

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zooer - I'd probably play if there were a UCG table.

[#] Wed Feb 06 2013 22:39:03 EST from zooer

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Urine Chorionic Gonadotrophin

You can create your own table and give it any name you want.

[#] Sat Feb 23 2013 13:17:26 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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I don't know how to play Texas Holdem. Will learning the game turn me into a spammer?

[#] Sat Feb 23 2013 15:35:29 EST from zooer

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No of course not. If there is money involved you don't need to know how to play, you can lose... I mean learn
as you play.

[#] Tue Mar 05 2013 12:54:39 EST from the_mgt

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Texas Holdem is probably the most braindamaged version of poker I came across, I totally fail to understand its popularity. I'd rather play Koi-Koi.

[#] Tue Mar 05 2013 14:06:24 EST from zooer

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I read about a game of poker somebody said they had in a dream. I wanted to see if an actual game could have
been made from his dream.

Speaking of Koi-Koi I saw a travel show with an interesting game although I don't remember the name of the game
but I am almost sure it was Japanese. It is like blackjack except the value of the cards do not go over nine,
only the ones digit of the value counts. If you have and eight and a four the value of your hand is two. You
could hit or stay but I am not sure of the limits. I don't remember if you played against other players or just
the dealer but the highest value, the one closest to nine wins the hand. I think you bet on your initial two

My niece lived in Japan so I should ask her. The fact I didn't ask her now makes me think it isn't Japanese.

[#] Tue Mar 05 2013 14:20:39 EST from zooer

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The name of the Japanese game is Kabufuda

[#] Wed Mar 06 2013 12:59:07 EST from the_mgt

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Interesting, I think had that on one of those asian multi-game cartridges for the original Gameboy. The whole thing was full of stuff I didn't understand, including this card game I could not make sense of. Also it drained the batteries in about 5 minutes. Thanks for filling this gap in my education!

[#] Thu May 23 2013 18:29:51 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Some of Asia is in the southern hemisphere. If you are playing cards on an Asian-made game cartridge you may have to turn the cards over for the correct gameplay.

[#] Tue Jul 01 2014 16:43:53 EDT from zooer

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I thought one of the senior geeks would post this.

[#] Wed Jul 23 2014 14:23:30 EDT from fleeb

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I can't quite remember where this was posted (which itself is sorta sad), but it belongs here anyway, I suppose.

http;// looks like it might be a pretty decent game, but they only let you get through Level 3 approaching level 4 before they want you to spend $25 to continue playing.

It's a nifty game, but I've seen other games that charge far less for a similar amount of fun and learning.

[#] Wed Jul 23 2014 15:11:41 EDT from zooer

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I posted it in the Linux room.

A very nice learn Vim if you already know vim idea, if you want somebody to use something don't make them pay to
learn how to use it.

[#] Wed Jul 23 2014 15:14:51 EDT from zooer

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I liked how the VERY first thing it says to you is you shouldn't be using the arrow keys. It is in that
condescending geek speak trying to tell you what you think is easier is wrong.

[#] Wed Jul 23 2014 15:52:47 EDT from fleeb

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Heh, yeah... made all the more stupid by the fact that vim does let you use the arrow keys.

[#] Wed Jul 23 2014 23:25:11 EDT from zooer

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"Why do you do it *THAT* way, it is sooooo much easier to use the letter keys like why would you use the arrow

"ok, STFU Sheldon"

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