Put & Take Game Spin the Top and Put in or Take from the Pot Pocket Game Historic Reproduction in Resin
This old form of die is actually a perfectly weighted top. It was spun to generate amounts taken from or added to the pot. Rules for this very simple game are included. A complete game that will fit in your pocket! These fantastic eight-sided tops were hand-made by MacGregor Historic Games from durable resin to resemble bone.
From the MacGregor website:
Put & Take is a centuries-old variation on dicing. Also called a "Teetotum," or "Ante-up" the players each ante a coin, or two, then take turns spinning the top. The side that lands facing up tells you if must "put" more into the pot, or if you can "take" coins from it. Ours is an 8-sided style, molded-in resin to simulate bone. Similar tops are used for "pirate" games like "Morgan's Revenge" The Put & Take is approximately 1.38" or 3.5 cm tall.
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- Item Info/Title: Put & Take
- Publisher/Manufacturer: MacGregor Historic Games
- Dimensions: 1.38" or 3.5 cm tall.
- Weight: 1 oz