he tavern tables might be filled with Three-Dragon Ante players, but experienced gamblers, rogues, and lowlifes know the real action is to be had in the alleys outside, where a group can wager hard-won (or at least, hard-stolen) coin for big stakes. Passersby avoid the clatter of dice, since they know these back-alley games are taken very seriously; a roll might be followed by accusations or even the rasp of drawn daggers.
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