[Guide] Money-up (Gambling)

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This guide is going to show you on how to play a game called "Money Up" that's primarily played in the UK but I wouldn't see why it's not realistic to play in the USA.

What is it about?

To play the game you need a coin and someone else with a coin, you must have a minimum of two people playing. There is no maximum on how many people can play.

Everyone must stand a certain distance away from the wall and roleplay tossing the coin against the wall all at the same time.


How to play?

When doing this everyone must /rolldice 20.
0 = Right by your feet.
20 = Right against the wall.

Whoever gets the highest number collects the coins and then tosses them into the air, for how many people are playing you must /flipcoin
E.G: There are four people playing counting yourself, you collect all the coins up and throw them into the air, you /flipcoin FOUR times
Before tossing the coins into the air you must claim which side of the coin you want, that is either Heads or Tails.

Let's say you got two coins with Heads and the other two with tails and you claimed heads.
You would roleplay collecting the coins and two of the lowest number people would have to pay you whatever amount you are playing for.
The other two tails coins go to the person with the second highest number in the initial coin toss and they do the same exact process, throw the coins into the air and claim heads or tails.

EG that person calls heads and gets both tails, then it goes onto the next person.

If your friend hits a 10 and you hit a 10 right after him, someone must shout "Jingles", that would mean your coins collided.
Whoever calls "Jingles" first gets to keep the person who they collided withs cash.


Credits to: Dex, Gee, Hassan and myself.
 

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This guide is going to show you on how to play a game called "Money Up" that's primarily played in the UK but I wouldn't see why it's not realistic to play in the USA.

What is it about?

To play the game you need a coin and someone else with a coin, you must have a minimum of two people playing. There is no maximum on how many people can play.

Everyone must stand a certain distance away from the wall and roleplay tossing the coin against the wall all at the same time.


How to play?

When doing this everyone must /rolldice 20.
0 = Right by your feet.
20 = Right against the wall.

Whoever gets the highest number collects the coins and then tosses them into the air, for how many people are playing you must /flipcoin
E.G: There are four people playing counting yourself, you collect all the coins up and throw them into the air, you /flipcoin FOUR times
Before tossing the coins into the air you must claim which side of the coin you want, that is either Heads or Tails.

Let's say you got two coins with Heads and the other two with tails and you claimed heads.
You would roleplay collecting the coins and two of the lowest number people would have to pay you whatever amount you are playing for.
The other two tails coins go to the person with the second highest number in the initial coin toss and they do the same exact process, throw the coins into the air and claim heads or tails.

EG that person calls heads and gets both tails, then it goes onto the next person.

If your friend hits a 10 and you hit a 10 right after him, someone must shout "Jingles", that would mean your coins collided.
Whoever calls "Jingles" first gets to keep the person who they collided withs cash.


Credits to: Dex, Gee, Hassan and myself.
Bro I used to play this game back in primary school. I only had £1.15 for my lunch and the minimum to play with (usually) was £1. Some days I'd be lucky as fuck and make like £5, other days i'd lose my money and wouldn't be able to eat until I got home.

Gambling is one hell of a drug. I was addicted before the age of ten.
 
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In the US this is essentially called craps or dice. It's illegal in some states, and if I remember my state laws correctly it's illegal in California where RCRP takes a lot of it's inspiration. It's also for sure illegal in most casinos.
 

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used to play this as a kid, it’s a popular neighbourhood game. it makes for a great vibe of realism