Paul scoops spoofing crown
The king of the spoofers has been found.
Arguably one of the highest Wedmore accolades that can be awarded to a person for being a bit lucky when it comes to guessing is a Glastonbury man this year.
Paul Kingston fought through the rounds of guessing how many coins were concealed in his opponents' hands at the New Inn's International Spoof Competition in Wedmore last week.
Organiser Trevor Prideaux said: "This was a knuckle biting affair, with all finalists putting their best hands forward, using their wits and skill to lift the title of this prestigious event."
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The rules of spoofing are simple: players play in groups of four. Points are awarded for guessing how many coins you opponent has concealed. There are eight games per round, with the winner and second place going forward into the next round. The loser bought the drinks.