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stated hereafter, may not happen in the course of many years, yet others nearly similar may now and then occur.
Suppose A to be 56, and B, whose turn it is to deal, not having gained a single point, to give to A one six, two sevens, a three, and a four, and to himself three sixes, a deuce and a three: suppose B to lay out the deuce and three ; A the three and four to the crib, for which the turnup card proves another three. A then plays a seven, B a six, making 13; then A another six, making 19, and scores 2 for a pair; B a third six, making 25, and a pairroyal, for which he scores............................................. 6
A not being able to come in, B plays the fourth six, making a double pairroyal, with 2 for 31................................»................ 14
A shows and marks 2 for a pair of sevens in his hand ; B shows and sets up 12 for his hand, and 17 for crib................................... 29
Second deal.—A gives B three, four, and five of the same suit, with any two tenth cards; and to himself seven, eight, nine, and likewise two tenth cards; each person lays out his tenth cards for the crib, and a three is again turned up. B plays a four, A an eight, making 12, B a three, 15, and scores............. 2
A follows with the nine, making 24 ; B his five, 29, and the end hole........................... 1
And scores also for his hand.................... 13
Making in all (four more than game) .......... 65
In the other case, A and B play against C and D. A deals to every one a three, four, six, seven, and any tenth card, which lastmentioned card, to play judi 



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