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Mingmar Lama - Tsum Valley, Nepal - Nepali (Global Lives Project, 2013) 19:00:00 - 19:29:59

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OK. You win. What's your score? There!—OK. I have one good hand only. He doesn't have good cards.—He'll win for sure. Thank you...thank very much. If you show this....—Just deal the cards. Look here. I am shuffling. Shuffle nicely. Don't trick. One, two, three... I have higher cards. Why did you flip my cards? Trickster! Now how shall I arrange these? Don't look at my cards! Do you have extra cards in your hand. No. I don't. Are you ready? Ready? Was it a tie earlier?—No. I won. Mingmar, It's snowing.—Really? Look here! Let's start. Show your cards. I won this. What's happening? Show your last hand. I have ace. I have queen.— You are clever. Did you understand?—I'll show this. You trickster.—Look here. This is a tie.—Let me show my ace. Isn't this your first hand? Now I'll show my ace.—You can't. It's a tie.—Whoever wins this, wins the game. We should get five points then.—Yes, because of the tie. If we win both three hands then we can really punch.—OK. I have two points. Hey kid! What shall I do with your head? Put this card here... There's snow at my sleeping spot. What's your thought?—I want to play. I'm not scared. If I win, I'll hit with a stone. What are you talking? My hand is small.—You can't do that. It's not matter of size. Shall I start?—I don't have one card. You have hidden it for sure! I'll let you win. Then can't punch. If you give up then I win all the hands! If I play then you can win all the hands. It's your choice. I'll let you win. What do you have?— You can't punch. This is it.—You would have won the first hand. I would have won this! I gave you this game. What's your second hand?—I have same suit. I have diamond color. Then your last hand?—I don't have anything. You would have won this. You want to play to ten points again?—OK. Don't write there. We can remember our points. Let's play flush. Let's play.—No. We can add cards.—What is this? Let's add—Add what? Shall i show? Here...Here... Didn't beat me.—Why not? Let's play kitti. It's funner. Shall I give up?—I don't know. Even If you give up I'll win all the hands.—Tell me how? You have to play to win all the hands. I have one point.—You win because you cheat. Yes or no?—I have one point. Why one point? We have just started. I give up. Add one point for you. Are you sleepy? You have one point. Deal fast. I'm feeling sleepy. You crook. You arranged this ace. I'll shuffle.—I will do. How are you shuffling?—Then how shall I do? Let me shuffle.—Such a cheater. All the aces are to your side. Six, Seven...This card is similar to earlier game. Look here. Good...good. You are such a trickster. Mingmar!... Let's start. I'll win for sure. Wait...wait. I forgot something. Let's begin. What is that useless card? You have cheated for sure. I noticed while shuffling. Are cheater. You shuffled to make three aces in your card. You trickster! I'll make three kings for you and aces for me. Making me loose. Four, six, eight... ...sixteen and eighteen. I have one ace. I never get aces. What did you do? Are you going to sleep Ngyudup? One card is missing.—Cheater!—Count them. Get up? You can't look them.—Still you'll win. Ready? You are taking nine hours to arrange nine cards. Now you have ten cards.— Look here...look here. Look here...one, two... Seriously I don't have.—You're cheater. I have three of a kind. Don't show me. You want to see my last hand? I cheated but still you won.— You cheater. You won. Did you win all the hands?—Yes. One, two, three...seventeen and eighteen. You are number one trickster. When did you learn to cheat? Is straight higher after three of a kind?—Yes. Kid, let's start the game. I dealt the card. Again you cheated. Play fair.—I didn't cheat. Beat this. What's your last hand?— This one! Can you beat this?—Why not? It's a tie OK. Again you got all the fives.—No. Leave it!—Look here. Are you ready? Did you get good cards?—Ready? You'll take nice hours to arrange nice cards. It's my turn to say.—That's your opportunity. What are you doing?— This is a spare card. You can't play like that. Let's begin. You can't arrange now. Now I'll win. I have ace. What's your last hand? You can't win this.—Why not? I won this game anyhow.—Look at my cards. Then look at my card. I won all the hands now. I have four points and you have one only. How come?—You just won once. Do you want to cut the deck?—No. ...ten, eleven... Don't show your ace. I'm ready. You start the game.—It's your turn. I am showing. Here...Here...here. Look at my big straight. Show your second hand. Still I am beating you.—Here. You have straights? Show your last hand?—What do you have? Where are you throwing? Throw here. I have to have good card. I have similar to yours. You have five. You won. Yes, I have five.— I know. I have five points. ...four, six, eight...sixteen, eighteen... Give me four.—Dream about it. Don't cheat. Hey!—What hey?—Show your cards. I dealt. Show your cards or else you'll cheat. This will beat your hand. Show your second hand. I have straight.—Show your hand. Actually it's your turn. I won.—Doesn't matter. Just show your cards. I don't have anything. You'll win. You won.— I have five and you have one point. If I win...—You'll have three points.—No. I said three. You are trying to cheat again.—You can deal then. You can deal. But don't cheat. Are you ready. Are you sure you are ready?—Yes. Show your card.—Who dealt? You did. I'll start. Don't throw next to the deck. You won. You have straight?—Yes.—Then you won. I won two hands. What's your next hand? I have queen.—Then you win. I have three points.— No, you have four. I don't have to teach you to cheat. We'll play till ten then we'll go to bed. That's six...that's eight... ...fourteen, sixteen and eighteen. You are finished. I have great cards. Here...this is great card. Why are you laughing? I need seven. I'll change.—Hey!...Hey! If I give up. You won't win all the hands.—Yes, I'll. You can't. I'll give up.—Are you sure? I have six points.—You have ace! I'll win!

Video Details

Duration: 30 minutes and 1 second
Country: Nepal
Language: Nepali
Producer: Rinzin Lama
Views: 79
Posted by: globallives on Nov 7, 2013

While Mingmar and Kumar play card games, Mingmar's food friend, Ngodup, comes into the hut covered in snow.

This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Mingmar Lama.

This video was produced by Rinzin Lama, Andrew Mahlstedt, Dawa Yakpa, Yog Shakya, Tenzin Norbu, Ravi Shrestha, Karma Ghale, Santa Bahadur Tamang, Arjun Magar, Tenzin Norbu, Thepe Tamang, Maila Tamang, Santosh, Jit Bahadur Gurung, and Kancha Tamang.

This video is part of the Global Lives Project, a video library of life experience.

For more information please visit globallives.org.

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