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Places to play

My wife and I are looking for places to play 42.
Patrick
Dec 27, 2009
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History of 42 at Texas A&M

Please reference Texas42.net/lechnerhall.html Does anyone have information (or know someone with information) about the Aggie tradition of playing 42, i.e.,
Paul Proft
May 30, 2009
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Photo Album At Trey-Deuce

I hope you enjoy looking at our Album as much as I had getting the old photo's to show you. We have lots to do here so if you bring anyone including kids that
dianenewsomadventures
Jan 4, 2009
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Re: History of 42 & the 2008 Texas Champion

... Here's the article Diane is referring to (scroll down to "A Texas Pastime ..." after page is loaded): www.texas-
Paul Proft
Jan 4, 2009
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Trey-Deuce Domino Saloon

The tournament on Feb 7,2009-is sanctioned by both the 42 International Players Asso. & the National Players Asso. Come get some points. Trey Newsome & Lanford
dianenewsomadventures
Jan 4, 2009
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History of 42 & the 2008 Texas Champion

The Texas Co-op Power - Wood County Electic Coop-January issuse 2009 - email them at letters@... -mention Wood County Coop.
dianenewsomadventures
Jan 3, 2009
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Texas 42 Champ 2008 & 2006

Howdy- My son-Trey Newsome is the Texas 42 Champ for 2008 & 2006. Trey is the owner of the Trey-Deuce Domino Saloon in Mt Vernon, Texas. We are members of the
dianenewsomadventures
Jan 3, 2009
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Re: Forty two in South Carolina

That's interesting. Maybe one of the ladies is a Texas transplant or learned the game from a Texan. Or maybe there are multiple origins of the game, and the
texas42token
Jan 22, 2007
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Forty two in South Carolina

There is a bookclub in Lowrys, a town in Chester County, SC, that plays 42. My mom is a member, and as a child, I learned to play. I have no idea who taught
mmematthews
Jan 22, 2007
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42 Prior to 1900?

Pending story: Forty-two (42) might have been played in Kaufman County (east of Dallas) in the late 1800s, had made its way to west Texas by 1918, and was
texas42token
Oct 20, 2006
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42 Prior to 1920

Extract from http://proft.50megs.com/beerdaddy42-hist.html : Beerdaddy42's grandfather was a railroad man in
texas42token
Oct 15, 2006
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42 in the '50s

Here's a west Texas newspaper column about 42: http://proft.50megs.com/ramblingboy.html (last two paragraphs)
texas42token
Oct 14, 2006
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Sample Stories/Tidbits

West Texas resident: "I recall my mother, who was born in 1902, telling me that it (42) was invented because it used to be against the law to play cards on
texas42token
Oct 12, 2006
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