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Vernet Three Shell Game
Vernet Three Shell Game
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The object is to find the pea which was apparently placed under one of the three walnut shells. It still can't be found no matter how closely watched.
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This is the very old game in which the spectator tries to follow the position of the pea under one of the three shells spread on the table.