[kag] Re: GeoPoker anyone?

  • From: Hoover <mlehotay@xxxxxxx>
  • To: kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 1 Sep 2004 18:42:52 -0400 (EDT)

So here's my strategy for finding a micro when you only have the 
coordinates and no clues to help you out. Go to the spot where your GPS 
says 0 meters distance, and then run around like crazy for half an hour to 
follow the drifting GPS signals. You should cover an area approximately 50 
meters in radius. Then come home, plot your tracks on a map, and program 
your GPS with the coordinates in the center of your meanderings. Repeat ad 

On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, Gordon Campbell wrote:

> Afternoon, folks! GeoPoker has finally arrived in Kingston (and Canada,
> for that matter). What's that, you may ask? It's a poker run played with
> a GPS.
> To start a game, you hide a micro and log the location on the gpsgames
> web site. The first person to find it, then moves it. When they log the
> find, they enter the "secret code" that I wrote on the log sheet and the
> new secret code that they also wrote on the log sheet. They also enter
> the new coordinates. The system then randomly assigns them a playing
> card. Once the cache has been found and moved enough times to deal the
> entire deck, the winner will be determined by their respective poker
> hand.
> Confused? It's simpler than you think:
> http://www.gpsgames.org/index.php?option=com_wrapper&wrap=GeoPoker
> You'll have to create an account to play the game. It's the Limestone
> City Invitational.
> I drew the 3 of hearts for creating the game. Good luck!
> Cheers,
> Team Cruachan
> --
> Gordon Campbell <gordon@xxxxxxxxxxx>

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