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The Fisca Busta casino, accurately named, is the perfect place to bet all your assets on two pieces of plastic. Gamblers all welcome, please come to visit! It is 3x3.
Inspired by Oppie's Thumblin Dice Casino and the casino found on the BAT menu!

That's the gist of it, further info including in the Readme.
Any critiques or comments appreciated!


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