When total pot is tallied 25% will go to Child's play and then divided among the winners.
Investment can be 0k to more than 200k depending on your luck.
Okay this Contest involves cards and dice and is complete luck.
(There are several version of ways to play this game)
From the deck of cards, I discard the aces, kings, and jokers, leaving you with 44 cards. Shuffle and deal these cards. Each player may not get the same amount of cards.
Place the horses at the starting gate. Four horses must be eliminated, or ﾓscratchedﾔ, before the start of the race.
To do this, I will roll the dice, and the total on the dice is the 1st horse scratched. That horse is moved back to the first line. I.e.: a 3 and a 5 are thrown. Horse 8 is moved back to the first line. All players would then check their cards and pay 10k for each 8 card in their hand. The 8 cards are then discarded.
I roll the dice for the second scratch. That horse moves back to the SECOND line and cost 20k for each of those that you have in your hand. Continues with the third and fourth horse scratches, moving up to 30k and 40k, respectively. Pay the designated amounts, and discard the cards accordingly. If I roll the same number on the dice as a horse already scratched, I re roll.
The horses remaining at the gate are now ready for the race to start.
The next person to roll the dice totals them, and move that horse forward one space. However, if the total on the dice is that of a scratched horse, then that player must pay the amount which that horse is standing on.
Play continues around the table, until one of the horses reaches the finish line!
Your cards are you share of each horse in the race. If horse number 9 should finish the race as the winner, and you have no 9 cards in your hand, you are out of luck! On the other hand, if you were to have two 9 cards in your hand, you would win half the pot! If you had all four of the 9 card in your hand, you would take the entire pot!
Each card in the winning horse's number wins 25% of the pot.
After the pot has been divided, we start all over again until Child's Play stops collecting
A pair of ones on the dice would be a #2 horse.
A pair of 6's would be a queen.
A 5 and a 6 would be a jack.
The board looks like this
and I will update it every cpl rolls we will roll in order and I will let everyone know the order before contest starts. I will be playing and we will be using a dice generator.
(so we can keep track of everyone's rolls)