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HOW TO PLAY DREIDEL

Each player places some dollars, quarters, dimes, (or would you believe pennies, candies, raisins, or even nuts) into a kitty. Each player takes a turn spinning the dreidel. When only one object is left in the kitty, each player adds another object into the kitty. When a player has all the objects, (ie. everyone else is broke), that person wins!

"Nun" means 'nisht' or nothing.
You win nothing, you lose nothing.

"Gimel" means 'gantz' or whole.
You take the whole kitty, leaving 1 object, while everyone else puts in 1 object.

"Hay" means 'halb' or half.
You win half of what's in the kitty plus one if there is an odd number.

"Shin" (or in Israel - "Pay") means 'shtel' or put in.
You lose, and must put one object into the kitty.

For those of you who don't want to play with objects, the game may be played with "Points." On a piece of paper, keep track of how many points you get! Who ever reaches 100 points first wins!



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