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- Dimensions: 1-3/8" x 5/8"
- The abbreviated points are embossed on the surface of the hardware
- The gambit is like a small hammer with pointed bottom to allow spinning
- How to Play
- The mechanical properties and requirement of rotation is kept in mind while designing the gambit
- Everyone antes up one chip.
- Each person takes a turn to spin the Gambit.
- It is a multiplayer game and the hardware is not affected if handled roughly by different people
- If it lands with a T1, T2 or T3 facing directly up, the spinner must TAKE out 1, 2, or 3 chips from the pot.
- If it lands with P1, P2 or P3 facing directly up, the spinner must PUT 1, 2 or 3 chips into the pot.
- If the Gambit stays standing at an angle or lands on AP (All Put), all players must put one chip into the pot (if the players are high rollers, the group may match the entire pot)
- The game is won when a player spins and the Gambit lands with "TA" (Take All) facing up and takes the entire pot!
Gambits are an essential part of most of the modern-day board games because they are used to open the game score. It is a unique piece of hardware curated with the best of metals to make every round more and more exciting. Generally, the gambits are heavy and they spin according to the centripetal force when rotated manually with a force. The game has certain rules to be followed by all players and a gambit plays a major role in determining every person's score.