Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Marco A. Lopez, Oct 7, 2020.
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I'm mentioning my note amigo tomodachi now, though I don't know what that is, and I don't think I have one?
Sounds like something you might eat with chopsticks.
It means Friend(s)
Spanish - Amigo
I don't get the purpose of this thread
Is the OP just showing us that he has a lot of money?
None of the serial numbers are fancy or cool.
The Star Note is nothing but a spender.
He's talking about liars poker a game using the serial number of a bank note.
The objective of the game is to bluff opponents into believing that your bid does not exceed the combined sum of all of the serial numbers
Let's say it's 4 people, yall start low like "two 2s" or "three 9s" as a bid it goes around and escalates until someone challenges the bid as impossible.
You know what you have, not what anyone else has. Bids go around on how many of a number there are combined So the strategy is to make people believe you have something different than you do and challenge you at the wrong time and "call the bluff".
if a player makes a challenge in Liar's Poker and is incorrect, they must pay the player they challenged. If the player who was challenged overbid and caught, then they must pay every player who posed a challenge.
It's normally played with dollars. Kind of a bar game. And a lot like liars dice or "pirate dice" where players have dice and roll blind under a cup and bid up until challenged by another player.
I understood the Spanish. Like you, I was a bit baffled by the rest of the context.
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