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A Fistful of Dinero

A Fistful of Dinero

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A Fistful of Dinero

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A Fistful of Dinero, the first game published by Magic House Games, is a card game for 3-6 players set in the wild west. After a poker game goes terribly wrong, players draw their weapons, make a quick grab for the cash, throw chairs, dive for cover, and do everything they can to be the richest gunslinger — or just the last man standing...

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $39.99

Special Price $19.99


 "There's always room for one more..." he says with a grin.  And then - "get three coffins ready.  My mistake, four coffins..." With your weapons at your side-

 - you saunter over.  With a gun in your hand, nothing's going to stand in your way.  What's the worst that could happen...?

First we start with your gun belt:
-which has three slots.  Cards will be drafted (pass around and choose one at a time) and placed in each slot.

After all three slots are filled, players take turns resolving their cards. There are many different types of cards to choose from.

Fire!  Let's you fire your weapon.  Cover allows you to hide behind objects in the tavern.  Mad Dash is a fast grab for cash!

And Thrown Chair (among others) adds a dexterity element where you literally THROW the card at your opponents player mat.  If any part of the card hits the player mat, then you've just hit that opponent.

In addition to these most commonly seen cards, there are a ton of single effect cards that keep the game lively and interesting, chock full of violence and greed...


The game ends when you are the last player standing -OR- when the chips run out, and you are the player with the most poker chips!

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