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SKU: PennyDropPoker Penny Drop Poker Chip Edition Extra Large - Fun Family or Bar Game Wooden Game


Penny Drop  Poker Chip Edition  Extra Large - Fun Family or Bar Game  Wooden Game
Purchase Penny Drop Poker Chip Edition Extra Large - Fun Family or Bar Game Wooden Game
  • SKU: PennyDropPoker Penny Drop Poker Chip Edition Extra Large - Fun Family or Bar Game Wooden Game

  • $45.00

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Penny Drop Poker Chip Edition - same game as our best selling penny version, but in an extra large size to fit poker chips! This is an amazingly fun bar or family game. Be the first to get rid of all your poker chips. Rules are noted below. Text is deeply laser engraved into an all-wood box with cover. Measures 11.25 x 4.5 x 4". Includes one of our handmade dice. The slots are sized for standard 39 mm poker chips. NOTE: Poker Chips are NOT INCLUDED. If you don't have any, inexpensive versions can be obtained at dollar stores. We can laser engrave a name, message, or even a logo into the box top for a modest added fee. This model is newer than the video, so video below won't show it specifically, but the only difference is the size. Also on separate listing you can find Penny Drop Premium, Penny Drop Economy, Penny Small and Penny Drop II. They are the same vintage games but with varying size and style of box. Made in our Hudson, Florida shop, Copyright Creative Crafthouse LLC RULES: For 2 or more players EACH PLAYER NEEDS 12 Pennies : note - you can use 10 pennies if you want to make a faster game THE OBJECT OF THE GAME IS TO BE THE FIRST TO GET RID OF ALL OF YOUR PENNIES 1. Determine who goes first by each player rolling the single dice cube. Highest # goes first; then play proceeds in a clockwise direction. 2. Player rolls the die and must put a penny in the game board slot corresponding to the number shown on the die. 3. If the player rolls a number that already has a penny in it, they must take all of the pennies showing on the board and then the turn goes to the next player 4. A player must take at least one roll, but can take as many rolls as they want until they get stuck as in rule #3. 5. Hole number 6 lets the penny go inside the box so you can roll as many as 6's as possible without penalty 6. Play continues until a player runs out of pennies and is declared the winner. The pennies are redistributed to start the next game. 7. A fun way to wager on the game would be for each player to put a quarter or a sum of money inside the box prior to the game starting. The winner would then be awarded that money. note, video below is for an older model, but will illustrate the rules and fun of the game. Have Fun!