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and I'll see your ..... and raise you .. more! <_<

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The pot. Are you in?

 

Takes a whole buncha dots and dashes if you want in.

 

A craazy poker game of some sort. I got six aces. Is that good? :blink:

 

That is a stupisralk. It may or may not be good. See:

 

Sunday(Light)--Opponent gets 30 points

 

Sunday(Dark)--You lose 30 points

 

Monday(Light)--You get double the points that your opponent got in his hand

 

Monday(Dark)--Your opponent gets double his points

 

Tuesday(Light)--You gain 49 points

 

Tuesday(Dark)--You lose 49 points

 

Wednesday(Light)--You get 10 times the points your opponent got in his/her hand

 

Wednesday(Dark)--Your opponents get 10 times their hand

 

Thursday(Light)--You are disqualified for the next 4 hands

 

Thursday(Dark)--Your opponent/s is/are disqualified for the next 4 hands

 

Friday(Light)--If you can name 10 Ferengi Rules of Acquisition, you gain 30 points

 

Friday(Dark)--If you can recite 5 Ferengi Rules of Acquisition, your opponent/s lose 15 points

 

Saturday--Anyone named Dave wins

 

Getting this can’t make you lose or win. Failure to recognize this rule = -98points. Because you too stupid to get this hand, Dave can make up a rule instead of following the above.

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Looks like possible rules for Calvin Ball except Calvin Ball rules make a lot more sense.

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This game was originally conceived by the renowned Captain James Tiberius Kirk as an escape plot in TOS episode #49 "A Piece of the Action".

 

Kirk's description of Fizzbin: It's a game played on Beta Antares IV. It's a real game, a man's game. Of course, it's probably a little bit beyond you: It requires intelligence. The cards on Beta Antares are a little different, but not too different.

 

Remember the 8th Ferengi Rule of Acquisition: Small print leads to large risk.

 

000) Each person gets 6 cards, except the player on the dealer’s right, who gets 7. The second card dealt is turned face up, except at night, when it is face down. (Dark or night is defined as being the sunset time and before the sunrise time of the city in its own time zone.) On Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday, the cards in the pile cannot help you, but can only hurt you. On Friday, they can only help you. On Saturday and Tuesday, they can both help and hurt you.

 

001) Anything with the word “Fizzbin” in it can only be made by cards in your hand when you count. All others may be made by cards in your hand plus cards in your pile.

 

1) Corbomite: (Having nothing) You receive 5 points.

 

2) Sralk: (3 of a kind) On any day when it is light, having a sralk disqualifies you from the next hand, except on Tuesday’s, when it is worth nothing. But, when it is dark, a sralk gives you 30 points, unless you have already had two sralks, in which case your opponent gets 30 points.

 

3a) Getting a Fizzbin or Royal Fizzbin cannot make you win.

 

3b) Half-Fizzbin: (A pair) With any half-fizzbin, you will need to get either a king and a deuce, except at night, when you need a queen and a four. If you get either of these, you get 15 points. If you just get the pair, you will get 5 points.

 

3c) Fizzbin: (Two pair, and all the rest of the cards’ suits are all the same. Ex: 2 of clubs, 2 of diamonds, with all other cards being in hearts) If you get a fizzbin, your opponent loses 20 points.

 

3d) Royal Fizzbin: The odds of getting a royal fizzbin are astronomical. (It can only be received if you are the person that is on the dealer’s right because it requires 7 cards. It is having 3 pair consisting of 10’s, Jack’s Queen’s, Kings, and Aces, with the 1 remaining card of a different suit than the suits in the card of the pairs. Ex: Queen of clubs, Queen of diamonds, Ace of hearts, Ace of diamonds, King of clubs, King of hearts, with the other card being any spade.) Getting a royal fizzbin gives you 100 points.

 

4a) Slink: (2 pair) All your opponents lose 10 points.

 

4b) Stink: (3 pair) You lose 20 points, except on Friday, when it will render your opponents’ hand useless. However, if it’s dark on Tuesday or Sunday, you are disqualified from the next hand.

 

4c) Shrink: (4 pair) You get 20 points, except on Friday when it’s dark, when you get 30 points, unless, of course, it is dark on Saturday, when your opponents’ hands are doubled.

 

5) Slunk: (4 of a kind) You have the right to disqualify for the entire game an opponent of your choice.

 

6) Slunk-Sralk: (4 of a kind plus 3 of a kind) You may use any cards in your hand and in your pile. You are disqualified and you earn the right to disqualify any opponent of your choice.

 

7) Dink: (A pair with all the rest of the cards being of different suits than the pair. Ex: 4 of diamonds, 4 of hearts, 8 of spades, 10 of spades, Queen of clubs, Jack of spades) A Dink gives you 10 points.

 

8) Stonk: (All cards of the same suit.) You lose, except on Wednesday, when you get 40 points, unless you’ve had a fizzbin or a royal fizzbin, where you lose 50 points. But if you have had a fizzbin or a royal fizzbin and it is Thursday, then you lose 30 points, except when it’s light, when you gain 20 points.

 

9) StupiSralk: (2X3 of a kind)

 

 

 

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thems powerful words you should de carefu??????

 

 

what no qsl card???

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:P

 

Now you've done it. OKB has gone over the edge. :wacko:

 

 

...but the question is, "How far?" it's at least .....?????////..........._-_-:wacko:

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