Great discontent had long existed among the Italian subjects of Rome. They were not only oppressed, but they enjoyed no political privileges. They did not belong to the class of burgesses. With the view of extending the Roman franchise, ... Read more of The Revolt Of Italy And The Social War at Ancient History.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Penalties For The Dealer








It is sometimes agreed that when the dealer holds a Tricon, Sequence,
Flush, or Pair, and his hand is beaten by either of the others, he has
to pay the amount of a stake to each player, or only to those who have
better hands than his. The former course will be found to be a severe
tax on the dealer, and is not to be recommended. The dealer only has
the same chances as the others, and such a penalty seems unjust.




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