Pisha Paysha #general

Howard Greer <h.greer@...>

For me, Pisha Paysha is a card game taught to me by my Russian born
grandfather when I was a child. The beauty of the game is that the
winner is determined by chance, no skill involved. Thus, a child can
win against an adult. It is easy for a child to learn once they know
the cards. It is played like "war" except that there are no wars. The
idea is to get rid of your cards by making runs on your opponent's pile.

Cat's cradle is a string figure game played with one or more people. It
has been known for centuries. It is popular among Native Americans and
other cultures. Search the internet for "string figures". Have fun.
H S Greer

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