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Pole Scrambling or Pole Stamping is a pole-based game. Some use steel poles such as found on school grounds or wooden poles in empty spaces underneath houses.

This game has its own uniqueness that is it can only be played by odd number of players but has to have even number of poles. As soon as the game starts a player who holds onto a pole has to find a partner to swap poles in a quick time. This game does not require score count. Only the player who often becomes the "pole snatcher" is assumed as have lost.


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