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8 Days of Giveaways! No Limit Texas Dreidel Giveaway

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Categories: Chanukah, Hanukkah


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PopJudaica.com is celebrating Chanukah with 8 Days of Giveaways! Each day this week, we'll be gifting one lucky blog reader with a special Chanukah gift.

Today's prize is the No Limit Texas Dreidel Game. This ain't your Bubbie's old dreidel game! This clever new version combines the traditional Chanukah game with No Limit Texas Hold Em. Enjoyable for both adults and children over the age of nine who love poker!

We want to know - if you were to combine two of your favorite games, which games would they be? To enter to win, leave your response in the comments section below by midnight PT tonight 12/23/09.

**ENTRY FOR THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED**

16 Comments

Civilization + WoW = FUN!

or

WoW + Dodge Ball! :D

By Stimpy on December 23, 2008

dreidel and piratatak =dreidel attack

By Jewish Mamale on December 24, 2008

Scattegories and Trivia Pursuit

Of course the Mom in me wanted to say Hungry Hippos and Twister

By TheAngelForever on December 23, 2008

“Apples to Apples” and Jeopardy

By KJ on December 23, 2008

ping-pong and 20 questions

By stephanie on December 23, 2008

Trivial Pursuit and Boggle

By Michele on December 23, 2008

I would combine Monopoly and Blackjack. Replace the “Chance” and “Community Chest” spaces on the monopoly board with “Play BlackJack” spaces. You would bet some money and play a round of blackjack against the house. If you win (house stays at 18, hits below that) your winnings equal what you bet. (i.e. You have $100 left, you bet $50, you win, now you have $150.)

By TechyDad on December 23, 2008

Scrabble + Uno = Scruno!

By Karen on December 23, 2008

Scrabble plus Chess. I’m sure that would be interesting….

By Phyllis Sommer on December 23, 2008

I’d play this w/ my non-Jewish friends and they would be so confused especially after I tell them about “regular” dreidel. Oy.

By Lauren on December 23, 2008

Scrabble and Trivial Pursuit

By Tuvia on December 23, 2008

I’d combine Monopoly and Clue—-cluopoly

By Kathryn on December 23, 2008

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