Enigma

by Daniel Martin Diaz
Enigma

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The game of Enigma is played similarly to Loteria (Mexico) and Bingo. In Enigma, the announcer gives short poem or familiar phrase (often improvised) referring to the image on the card. Each player uses a chip often a bean or coin to mark the corresponding spot on his or her playing sheet. The first player to fill the game board (playing sheet) in a predefined pattern will shout 'Enigma' to win the game and receive a prize. The second use of Enigma is divination, where D­az s cards may be used to gain insight into any given topic in your life.
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The game of Enigma is played similarly to Loteria (Mexico) and Bingo. In Enigma, the announcer gives short poem or familiar phrase (often improvised) referring to the image on the card. Each player uses a chip often a bean or coin to mark the corresponding spot on his or her playing sheet. The first player to fill the game board (playing sheet) in a predefined pattern will shout 'Enigma' to win the game and receive a prize. The second use of Enigma is divination, where D­az s cards may be used to gain insight into any given topic in your life.

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