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“NAP,” OR “NAPOLEON.” ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ The game of Napoleon, or as it is more generally and popularly called “Nap,” was introduced into this country from the United States, it is believed, about 1865, although it is recorded that the game had previously been played for high stakes at some of the more notorious gambling clubs. It is named after the great Napoleon, as the... more...