Marbles (and similar games ) :: Player :: Type of player View Visualisation
Fouger Source: SND
FOODGE: to take an unfair advantage by moving the hand nearer to the mark when projecting the marble. Hence fouger, one who does this.
Poust Source: SND
The one who plays second, when three play a game of marbles or buttons.
Shulocker Source: SND
Shuil: to sweep the stakes in a game, hence shulocker, one who does this.
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