Jennie sez, "My husband and I have solved a problem plaguing Jews for hundreds of years: the boring, yet ubiquitous Dreidel Game. We've created a new game, fun for adults, that crosses dreidel with Texas Hold'em poker: No Limit Texas Dreidel."
No Limit Texas Dreidel combines the traditional dreidel game with Texas Hold'em poker. The objective is for each player to create the best dreidel "hand" by combining dreidel spins. You will combine dreidel "spins" in your shaker, which only you will see, with other Community Spins, which will be seen by all players. Players bet in rounds using poker betting rules. The game is best played with chocolate gelt (coins), as is the traditional wager for the Dreidel Game. No Limit Texas Dreidel is an entertaining adult party game and is family fun for everyone ages 9 to 99.
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