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1. Australians have a game of chance known as "Two Up". What special day is it only legally played on?
2. Another game of chance is a method of choosing a volunteer to do something. One person holds the exact number of the people involved and each person takes one. How is the volunteer chosen?
3. Carnivals are vibrant, lots of colours and movement with all kinds of attractions happening. There are many carnival games which are games of chance. Usually a small prize is given to a winner. What is the game where you have to hook a duck called?
4. As known "rock, paper, scissors" is a game played just with the hands of two people. Which one will always win?
5. Yahtzee is a game involving a large amount of chance. What is it played with?
6. Often used to decide an argument is a coin toss. Usually only one coin is used. What is the percentage of winning a coin toss you called?
7. Local charities, sports groups and associations will ask us to buy lottery tickets. How is the winner traditionally picked in such basic lotteries?
8. Bingo is a game that utilises a barrel with numbers and you have a card with the same numbers. When the numbers are read out you cross off the same numbers on your card. When you have the numbers that are the same as those that were read out - you win! What do you call out when you think you have won?
9. There are a lot of games that are held at carnivals but a common one is the spinning wheel. The wheel is spun and where it lands is where there is a winner. What is the chances of winning the spinning wheel?
10. There are games of chance that are related to gambling and there are those that are not. The game of dominoes is a game that started off as gambling but is possibly more known now as a somewhat tactical game. What are dominoes?
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