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  • Acey-deucey — is a variant of backgammon. Since World War I, it has been a favorite game of the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Merchant Marine. [ cite web|url=http://www.bkgm.com/variants/AceyDeucey American.html |title=Backgammon Variants: American… …   Wikipedia

  • acey-deucey — [ās′ē do͞os′ē] n. 〚/span> ACE + DEUCE1〛 a variation of the game of backgammon, in which the throw of a 1 and a 2 has special value: also sp. acey deucy * * * …   Universalium

  • acey-deucey — [ās′ē do͞os′ē] n. [< ACE + DEUCE1] a variation of the game of backgammon, in which the throw of a 1 and a 2 has special value: also sp. acey deucy …   English World dictionary

  • acey-deucey — |āsēˈd(y)üsē noun ( s) Etymology: acey (from ace + y) + deucey, from deuce + y : backgammon in which a roll of 3 entitles the player to name and play any set of doublets he chooses and roll the dice again …   Useful english dictionary

  • acey-deucey — also acey deucy noun Date: 1925 a variation of backgammon in which a throw of a 1 2 wins extra turns …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • acey-deucey — noun a) two pair, aces and twos. b) An ace and a two as a starting hand in Texas hold em …   Wiktionary

  • acey-deucey — ac·ey deuc·ey …   English syllables

  • Acey Deucey (cards) — Acey Deucey (In Between) is a simple card game that involves betting. Before the action, each player must add their ante into the pot. Two cards are then dealt face up to one player. That player then bets from nothing to the amount that is in the …   Wikipedia

  • Acey — ist der Name einer ehemaligen Zisterzienserabtei und eines gegenwärtigen Trappistensklosters in der Gemeinde Vitreux, siehe Kloster Acey Siehe auch: Acey Deucey, Backgammon Variante Diese Seite ist eine Begriffs …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • acey-deucy — noun see acey deucey …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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