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Guessing Game


Author:  Longhorn Council

Equipment: 5 small coins or buttons for each person

Each person is given 5 small coins or buttons and places them in their pocket.
Divide into pairs and stand facing each other. Then each pair puts their hands
into their pockets simultaneously and brings out so many of the coins or buttons.
Placing their fists in front of each other, they must guess how many objects they
have between them. The one nearest the correct number goes into the next
round, and so on until you find an eventual winner.

References / Source:
2003 Pirates of the Cirribean
 
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