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Play the Dreidel Game




How to Play


Step 1 - Each player puts one token into the pot.
(automatically added)


Step 2 - Each player takes turns spinning the Dreidel. (click to spin)


Step 3 - Depending on the way the Dreidel falls the player responds accordingly.

  • Shin - player must put one token into the pot
  • Hey - player takes half of the pot.
  • Gimel - Player takes the pot.
  • Nun - Nothing Happens. Next players spins.


Step4 - The player to reach 0 tokens looses.










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telcy mooka
21:52 10/13/2011
 
lol
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buddy
17:45 03/15/2011
 
this game is fun
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Chen from New Mexico, US
12:43 02/02/2011
 
This is the dreidel game. Click on the dreidel, spin and play. Sharon
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Danny from Michigan, US
12:04 01/04/2011
 
yeah the game is stupid!
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Vinny
07:45 01/03/2011
 
While researching my english project I came across the most instense game of dradiel dradiel ever! ALL RIGHT!
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jhon beak from Minnesota, US
11:29 12/16/2010
 
this game is stupid!! :(
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lindsey
17:03 12/14/2010
 
this game is weird it i cant understand the game its like nothing happens except numbers get lowered and higher
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joanna from Australia
00:33 08/16/2010
 
omg this was so awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Glina from West Virginia, US
08:34 03/22/2010
 
chynas comment should be removed because of stupidity. I like chocolate dradles
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becca from Michigan, US
12:48 12/17/2009
 
Like the website! Your website should have more activities though! -becca c.



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