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Wall Game Variations with Money (Article ID 155)

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There is a common house rule is called, “Wall Game Kitty.” Here’s how it works:

When a game ends in a draw, each player contributes a quarter into a dish. If any player loses their pie, their payment to the winner comes out of the kitty. If money remains in the kitty after the last hand, the money is held to the next game or it’s divided equally and given back to the players.

Here are some variations:

  • At the end of each wall game each player puts a quarter into the “pot.” Should a player go PIE during the game or be unable to complete their payout, the money or shortage is taken from the “pot.”
  • At the end of each wall game each player puts a quarter into  the “pot.” At the end of a game the winner is paid his regular winnings and also the value from one wall game. This continues until the wall money is used up. 
  • At the end of each wall game each player puts a quarter into the “pot.” At the end of the day, the wall game money is divided up between all players.
Wall Game Variations with Money (Article ID 155)
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