There is an old game of strategy called “SPOOF” – A favorite of private school types – where you can place Zero, One, Two or Three coins (or tokens) in you hand.
Spoofing is a guessing game. All participants must have a sense of humour and be able to ‘lie’ with a straight face. Spoofing is the art of guessing the total amount of coins held by each player (between 0–3) so pick it right and you are safe.
The object is for everyone else to do the same and participants guess the total number of coins, or tokens proffered.
During World War 1, the game was played in the trenches and called “Matches” because everyone had some in their tunics.
Watch out, the last one to get the wrong answer is of course the loser and its ‘your shout’. The spoofing club sheriff doesn’t really need a good reason to fine you, however all funds are pooled for the benefit of everyone. Depending on your luck it can be expensive but is a lot of fun.
- Events: Annual wind-up and presentation of trophy in mid December
We meet every Sunday at 11.30 am.
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