WWE Hanukkah Celebration: Dreidel and the Four WWE Moments

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WWE Hanukkah Celebration: Dreidel and the Four WWE Moments

Christmas may still be a day away, but Hanukkah started on the 20th of December.  One of the best games to play is the game of dreidel.

The game's rules are simple. There is a pot of counters and each participant has a certain amount of counters. Then the players spin the dreidel, which is a special top, to see what action they can take.

The sides correspond to: nun, in which a player does nothing; hei—they get half the pot, which, if it is an odd number is rounded to the nearest whole number; shin, in which they have to add one of their counters to the pot; and gimel, which rewards the whole pot, then the players add one of their counters each to make a new pot.

The game is over when only one player has any counters left.

With that said, here are four moments that took place in the WWE this year that respond to each side.

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