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    • Penny football

    • Penny football (also coin football, sporting coin, spoin, table football, tabletop football, or shove ha'penny football) is a coin game played upon a table top. The aim of the game is for a player to score more goals with the pennies ("Spucks") than their opponent. An electronic version of the game has also been produc ... Read »


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    • Pitch penny

    • Pitch penny (also called Penny seat, Penny slot, Tossing the penny, and Penny in the hole) is a pub game. It involves throwing coins across the room and into a hole carved in the seat of a wooden bench. Another version of the game is played in many British- or Irish-style pubs. Contestants stand about 20 feet behind a ... Read »


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    • Pitching pennies

    • Pitching pennies, or in Britain Pap, Penny Up, Pitch and Toss, Chucks (or its corruption Pigeon Toss), or "Jingles" is a game played with coins. Players take turns to throw a coin at a wall, from some distance away, and the coin which lands closest to the wall is the winner Any number of players line up a fixed di ... Read »


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    • Quarters (game)

    • Quarters

      Quarters is a drinking game which involves players bouncing a quarter off a table in an attempt to have the quarter land in a certain place, usually into a shotglass (or cup) on that table. It is also played in South America, where it is called "monedita," Spanish for little coin. The player bouncing the quarter is re ... Read »


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    • Spoof (game)

    • Spoof is a strategy game, typically played as a gambling game, often in bars and pubs where the loser buys the other participants a round of drinks. The exact origin of the game is unknown, but one scholarly paper addressed it, and more general n-coin games, in 1959. It is an example of a zero-sum game. The version wit ... Read »


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    • Tippit

    • Tippit is a Welsh game that dates back hundreds of years and similar games - including Up Jenkins - are played in parts of France, Iraq, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, and the USA. The game is played using a small coin. Two teams of three face each other across a table and toss the coin to decide who goes first. The wi ... Read »


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    • Two-up

    • Two-up is a traditional Australian gambling game, involving a designated "spinner" throwing two coins or pennies into the air. Players gamble on whether the coins will fall with both heads (obverse) up, both tails (reverse) up, or with one coin a head and one a tail (known as "odds"). It is traditionally played on Anza ... Read »


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    • Up Jenkins

    • Up Jenkins, also known by the shortened name Jenkins, is a party game in which players conceal a small coin (or ring, button, etc.) in their palm as they slap it on a table with their bare hands. The goal of the game is for the players on the team without the coin to correctly identify which hand the coin is under. The ... Read »


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