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Top Pair Podcast 298: Mixed Games - The Rules of... "Scrotum"

  • LISTEN: @toppair and @cardplayerlife discuss "Scrotum" and other home games to play during the holiday season

In episode 298 of the Top Pair Home Game Poker Podcast, Bruce Briggs and Robbie Strazynski take a look at an interesting mixed game called “Scrotum.” Yes, that really is its name. They discuss the rules of how to play, tips for beginners, and some alternative, less NSFW names. They’ll also break down a great article talking about how to go about organizing and facilitating a home game at a holiday gathering, certainly a timely topic. Plus the always entertaining “How Ya Runnin?” and “One Outer” segments will have you smiling all the way until… your next home game.

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Show Time Stamps

00:23 – Synopsis

1:07–10:18 – How Ya Runnin?

2:20 – Robbie: Curse of the big stack. Quarter City, population: 1. A strong start, but losers in the latest Dealer’s Choice game.

6:25 – Bruce: Tweets from our listeners: #PNTopPair

11:03–23:19 Dealer’s Choice

Explaining a mixed game called “Scrotum.” Yes, that really is its name…

23:52– 38:36 Just a Few Folks…

The best way to handle and facilitate impromptu poker games at holiday gatherings (reviewing an article by Steve Ruddock, from

38:38 – One Outer – I’ve got a set!
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