You have entered a destination many people
have not traveled before. This world is filled with many uncertainties.
A place where everyone knows your name and everyone wants to
destroy you. A place where your best friend becomes your worst
nightmare. This place epitomizes the Civil War. A place
you get the point.
site would not exist without paying tribute to a man who goes
by the name of "Seth Child", AKA Seth Wolk. It was the summer
of '91 when he showed a few lost souls how to best spend their
summer paychecks. Little did he know that he would enlighten
the youth, and help the elderly to prosper. "Seth Child", we
Now here is the 411.
Whenever we have a gutz night, one must show up with at least
20 dead P's. If that gutz night were to be a Maverick gutz night,
then each person must bring at least 40 dead P's. If you should
show up with insufficient funds, and need to borrow, then you
will be penalized with at least one foul. You must come prepared.
Also, when showing up to any gutz night, you must be on time.
If you are more than 10 minutes late then what the calendar
on this website has stated, you will owe 10 Dead P's to the
house. For every 10 minutes after that you are still tardy,
we will keep adding 5 more Dead P's to your bill. This will
also result in a foul.
Always D before S before H before C.
20 R's going for 5 credits a pop
12 W's going for 25 credits a pop
12 B's/B's going for 50 credits a pop
The only way you may show up to show your "gutz" is by written
authorization from the author of this webpage. Dates are posted
in this site to help you schedule your calendar. You must inquire
with the author first via email before the author grants you
permission to show.
Because of numerous infractions to the written bylaws on how
one must prove their gutz, new rules and amendments have been
created to protect the not so innocent. One old rule that has
been improved is the lack of gutz rule. In the past, after 3
passes, a donation to Tikun Olam was initiated to the tune of
5 credits. That would keep up each round until someone proved
his gutz. It has now been changed to, 2 passes = a 5 credit
donation then, 2 more passes = 25 credits, then 2 more passes
= 50 then, 2 more passes go back to the original 5 credit donation
etc. Each donation is still going to Tikun Olam.
Because of the lack of respect many have showed throughout the
years, fouls and penalties have been installed. A foul can be
called by anyone who notices an infraction and reports it. However,
the foul can not be carried out unless the majority agrees to
it. By the same token calling for fouls for the soul attempt
to being "foul crazy", can and will result in a foul being placed
on the one "who cried wolf". Having 3 fouls to your name will
initiate the 36th amendment to the gutz bylaws. This means,
not being allowed to the next roundup. The 37th amendment has
also been put in effect. This says that the host of gutz can
call a foul without needing approval, just as long as the foul
being called is for a penalty against his home. After being
banned from an evening, that person's name goes to the bottom
of the invite list. This of course can result in not getting
invited to the next outing.
When using 2 tables for an evening of gutz, people's records
will decide what table that person will be placed at. In other
words, the people with the best records will be at the big boy's
table, while the ones with losing records will go to the kiddy
table. In the event of a tie in people's standings, we will
go to the over/under category to make that final decision.
Finally, at the end of the night, the one with the most spoils
cashes out last. By the same token, the one who has the least
to show for will cash out first.
THIS DAY IN GUTZ HISTORY
March 3, 2015 - A new
rule was created for the first time since 1998. Anytime a player
goes one-on-one with the dealer and busts, that competitor must
take a shot of Rumple Minze Peppermint Schnapps, poured by said
dealer. Ideally out of a baby's sippy cup.
March 3, 2015 - After misdealing the first 3 hands and receiving
2 penalties, Dave "Dusty" Hoffman became the first
ever Gutz Thousandaire by winning $64.25, thus taking his career
total to a staggering $1,015.90.