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Old 04-27-2004, 01:07 PM
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Ditch the cards and go with poker chips of your choosing using the clothespin concept or other method depending on the particular stop. It's easier and less time consuming logistically too. Draw the cards at the post run party and transfer the card stuffing time to pull hands at the end. Plus it adds a little extra spice to the party....Just another nickel's worth....
I really wanted to do this last year but couldn't make it happen. I'm gonna try again this year. Do you just keep reshuffling the same deck of cards?
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Old 04-27-2004, 01:27 PM
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Use a loooong stick with a clip!!!



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Old 04-27-2004, 01:40 PM
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They aren't very good smugglers. I can see all the crack.

I'd say they're crack DEALERS.
I guess I need to admit my addiction, I am a crack head.
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You know, a realman would be able to get the cards toboats as the pass by On Plane!
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Old 04-27-2004, 04:41 PM
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I'm gonna try again this year. Do you just keep reshuffling the same deck of cards?
We get casino cards donated to us from Atlantic City. We went out and picked up a casino Black-Jack style dealer box. Folks come up t the party "first" thing, and display their chips. They then pull their cards themselves from the box. The top five hands (in our case) are then taped in fan fashion and place on a tack board with the captain's name written in indelible marker. The others are simply handed to the players for keepsakes or garbage. We are given enough decks of cards to meet the supply with lots left over. The stacks of cards are shuffled by honary selectees or guests. This just how we do it and it works well. You can come up with your own version as you choose. The biggest advantage to this is the time svaed stuffing envelopes and preventing cheating, or card swapping.
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Damn PhantomChaos........

now that's what I'm talking about !!
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Old 04-27-2004, 07:06 PM
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Yeah five times, bounced off the dock three times and clipped two pilings. Thought he ought to rename his boat "Pinball Wizard".
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