A variation on the
spot game is an image of Mickey Mouse’s famous image.
given three disks, and the object is to cover the image
completely. This is gaffed two ways at least, one with a
magnet under the table, and the other way is shaved disks, a
tiny (but enough) bit too small the cover the pattern. A
friend of mine tells a story of a flatty being driven off the
lot when a mark dropped a disk, and his four-year old went to
pick up the disk (called rounds) and asked daddy, “What's
this?” He had spotted the magnet under the counter!
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