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# 00000 - 1955 Bonanza Rummy game Parker Brothers $24.95
                                Excellent Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1955 Bonanza Rummy game Parker Brothers $21.95
                                Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1955 Bonanza Rummy game Parker Brothers $19.95
                                Acceptable Condition - Sold Out
1 Plastic game mat
Rules

Bonanza Rummy game
©1955, Parker Brothers
Ages: 8 and Up
Players: 2 to 9
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DESCRIPTION - from the game
The game is played with a Bonanza Rummy sheet, a standard pack of
playing cards, and a quantity of chips and may be played by any number of
persons from two to nine.  The pack of cards must include a Joker.  Give
each player a quantity of chips. Each player must then place one chip of the
same denomination on each of the ten spaces on the Bonanza wheel. Deal the
cards one at a time beginning at the dealer's left and dealing one extra hand as
a "widow." Continue dealing until the pack is exhausted, regardless of the
fact that some of the players will receive an extra card.
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