Selling The Deal





Should a player object to take his turn at dealing, or desire to part

with it for other reason, he is at liberty to sell the right to any

other player; and in view of the fact that the deal is an advantage,

a purchaser will generally be found. The buyer has to deal the cards,

but does not change his seat. He has to commence each time with the player

on the left-hand side of the proper dealer, and when the buyer loses his

turn, the deal reverts to the player who would have had the next turn

had there been no sale. The buyer takes his turn with the others in the

ordinary course.





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