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LCR - Left Center Right Dice Game - Random Color

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  • TAG : 2012 Illinois Center Right Coalition Convention
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  • The addictive dice game that’s fast, easy and provides hours of fun! Its compact size makes it great for travel play. Each player takes a turn rolling the dice. Roll Left, Center, or Right and pass your token in the direction you roll. The last person with all the tokens is the winner! Roll your way to victory with PassPlay: The Game of Left Center Right!

    There are so many reasons to love Left Center Right! Besides teaching left and right, I can slip it in my purse and take it anywhere we go {including my cousin’s wedding next weekend}! You can play one quick game or several in a row. You don’t have to keep score, but for more competitive players, it’s an option!

  • It’s dice-rolling time, and Mike and his monster buddies are here to help! Use the Mike Dice Roller to roll the dice, and then do what each dice says: pass a monster token to the left, center or right. The first player to get all the tokens wins!

    Another defense of the C.R.-bomb is to compare the United States with other countries, especially European ones. After all, we're more religious, our unions are weaker, and we tend to favor free markets over government control. But as Ramesh Ponnuru on National Review's The Corner, "If that's all it means to say 'center right' … we could probably go through a long period of political domination by liberals and still qualify." Even if we are center-right by global standards, that has little bearing on whom we elect.

  • There are so many reasons to love Left Center Right! Besides teaching left and right, I can slip it in my purse and take it anywhere we go {including my cousin’s wedding next weekend}! You can play one quick game or several in a row. You don’t have to keep score, but for more competitive players, it’s an option!

How We Play LCR (Left Center Right)

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