game, played with $1 bills. Players pick from a pile of face down, mixed up bills, and use the serial number
on the face of the bill (kept private) to shape their playing strategy
This is a consecutive bidding
game where players "bet" the total # of occurences of digits
on all bills involved in the hand. The winner of each hand is decided when players call somebody's bid. If the person makes the bid he wins everybody's dollar, if he loses the bid he pays everybody a dollar.
It's frequently played in bars
, where the ones can usually be recycled with bills in the cash register, which eliminates any chance of memorizing/recognizing bills.
we were sitting around the bar, bored out of our skulls. Then somebody picked up a bill and said "Four Sevens" and the next thing you know we were all throwing 10 ones into a kitty to play liar's poker.
Game played with dollar bills. Everyone gets their dollar out and uses the serial number to obtain their "hand" The only thing that counts here is high card, then pairs, then three of a kind, then four of a kind, then five of a kind, then six of a kind and so forth... There are no straights, flushes, full houses. The key here is that you use EVERYBODYS dollar to make the best hand. So the more players there are, the better hands there will be.
You have to call a higher hand than the last guy that called, so eventually if you can't beat what he called you have to lie, if you think he lied, you call bullshit on him.
The five of us played liars poker, the first guy said 9, the second guy said pair of 2's, the third guy said pair of 8's the fourth guy said 3 6's, the fifth guy said 4 2's, the fifth guy said 5 2's... the next guy called bullshit and we all looked at everyones dollar and there were only 4 total 2s in our dollars...