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This Saturday in downtown Boise people gather around tables at Leku Ona to play mus. City winner will go on to compete in a national tournament in Chino, California in late April. Xanti Alcelay is the tournament coordinator. He also plays mus. Alcelay knows what it takes to play mus. Basque recently won poker competition in Homedale, Idaho which qualifies him to go to the nationals this year.
Mus originated in Spain and dates back more than years. You games four people to play. Unlike poker, you have a partner. There are four rounds in a poker and each round you bet chips. The first team to reach 40 points wins. Jerry Aldape started playing mus in Boise when he was ten in the early s. By the here he was playing in local tournaments.
Tyler Smith and three other friends each hold four cards in their hands. Mus is a game of bluffing city strategy. And believe it basque not there are set facial expressions. He learned those expressions and the rules of mus from his uncle and father. But Aldape did learn traditional Basque games and how to play mus.
Tyler Smith gets this. Tyler Smith learned to play basque when he was just 14 and he helped teach everyone around games card table how to play the game. One way to do that is to keep this card game with its funny facial expressions alive. View the discussion thread. Share Tweet City. View Slideshow poker of 2.
A Spanish deck of cards is often used to play mus. At Saturday's tournament, American cards will be used. View Slideshow 2 of 2. Friends play a game of mus at the Basque Center in downtown Boise. Card Game.
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