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Pegs and Jokers

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Anyone out there have a pattern for building a Pegs and Jokers game set.  I'm not sure I know how but I got drafted into making 3 sets of these and I can't find a pattern I like.  Any help out there?


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Not really a plan but has some measurements



http://larryandteddy.blogspot.com/2009/01/at-rv-parks-across-nation-retired-rvers.html




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What the heck is Peg and Jokers?




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A board game John.
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What the heck is Peg and Jokers?




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Well, I figured that Ron! :)

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A board game John.
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I've actually never played it but my kids have.  Hence, dear ole dad gets to build 3 sets.
 
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Well, I figured that Ron! :)

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There's another game like Pegs and Jokers that we call "Aggravation" or "Bump". Except, it's played with two dice, and marbles are used as markers instead of pegs. The rules are nearly identical.


Either game can be played on a solid board. The ones I've made were circular, but I've seen 4, and 6 sided ones. 






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