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You never saw such a combination. Sit down, take a deep breathe, roll a ball and enjoy in music :)
The man, who stands in the foreground of the picture you see, is the strongest and the most dexterous in emperor's regular army. This evening he is on sentry duty, because of the following occurrence.
A month ago Japanese emperor had built a new palace and a park to everyone's entertainment. Men, women, boys, girls and people in years loved it very much. There were many calm places for old people, several secluded nooks for loving couples, an amusement park, a field for childish sports and one special area with playing machines. That area was the centre of everyone's attention and that kind of amusement used to be people's big draw. For an obvious reason the park was simultaneously the object of admiration and the object of envy for other rulers. Everything took its normal course when one night several thieves made his appearance in the park. That people were sent by a Chinese emperor. He did it not to be bursting with envy. First of all thieves ought to pilfer game machines, but they couldn't as they were mounted an honest effort. That fact made them malicious and they began smashing up the park. After their dirty deal they disappeared.
Chu Da Di is a kind of card game with 52 cards and four players(13 cards each). It depends on your luck and skill to win!
The game Egyptian Pai Gow Poker acquaints you with two attractive Egyptian girls. They spend the time nicely; they put their shapely legs into a pool. The cause of such their disposition is in an unbearable heat but it does not impede them to enjoy the beauty of a vast Nile, the boats floating through, the smell of flowers and an unhurried talk. The light music is pouring around and in this tranquil and incline atmosphere they offer you to play Egyptian Pai Gow Poker. In these pleasant conditions you will not turn down a tempting proposal to play cards and you will agree to keep them company.
Egyptian Pai Gow Poker impresses with its graphics, carries away by the card game, an unexpected topic and bright, colorful types!
Top cards is about accumulating points for your hand, similar to Black Jack or Pontoon. Each player receives exactly the same cards. You can request as many cards as you like. 2s to 10s count according to their face value, while the picture cards (Jack, Queen, King) count as 10 points and an Ace may count as either 1 point or 11 points. The closer you get to 21, the more points you are awarded.
If you get 21 exactly you get maximum points, but a word of caution: If you go over 21 you lose points! So be careful...should you look for another card on 16 points or not?