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Date: 23 Jan 2009 18:34:19
From: CheckRazor
Subject: Badugi Pronunciation
Is it ba-doogy, or ba-dougy, or? I kind of like the game, so I think
it would be proper if I could say correctly. Somebody toss me a
freaking bone here.




 
Date: 23 Jan 2009 20:42:30
From: CheckRazor
Subject: Re: Badugi Pronunciation
Ba-doogy would be like Doogy Houser, while ba-dougy would sound like
his cousin Dougy Houser. (if he had one)


Baa-doo-gee makes perfect sense, but is the G a soft G or a hard G?.
This is important to me because I am planning on winning the 2009 WSOP
Badugi Championship, and I want to be able to say the name correctly.
(or not)


  
Date: 23 Jan 2009 23:01:49
From: XaQ Morphy
Subject: Re: Badugi Pronunciation
On Jan 23 2009 10:42 PM, CheckRazor wrote:

> Ba-doogy would be like Doogy Houser, while ba-dougy would sound like
> his cousin Dougy Houser. (if he had one)
>
>
> Baa-doo-gee makes perfect sense, but is the G a soft G or a hard G?.
> This is important to me because I am planning on winning the 2009 WSOP
> Badugi Championship, and I want to be able to say the name correctly.
> (or not)

It's pronounced baa-doo-youguysareabunchoffuckinnits-gee.

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Date: 23 Jan 2009 22:12:28
From: Steam
Subject: Re: Badugi Pronunciation
On Jan 23 2009 8:42 PM, CheckRazor wrote:

> Ba-doogy would be like Doogy Houser, while ba-dougy would sound like
> his cousin Dougy Houser. (if he had one)
>
>
> Baa-doo-gee makes perfect sense, but is the G a soft G or a hard G?.
> This is important to me because I am planning on winning the 2009 WSOP
> Badugi Championship, and I want to be able to say the name correctly.
> (or not)

I've always heard it pronounced with a hard G.

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Date: 23 Jan 2009 21:49:28
From: FellKnight
Subject: Re: Badugi Pronunciation
On Jan 23 2009 11:42 PM, CheckRazor wrote:

> Ba-doogy would be like Doogy Houser, while ba-dougy would sound like
> his cousin Dougy Houser. (if he had one)
>
>
> Baa-doo-gee makes perfect sense, but is the G a soft G or a hard G?.
> This is important to me because I am planning on winning the 2009 WSOP
> Badugi Championship, and I want to be able to say the name correctly.
> (or not)

If I had meant ghe, I would have said ghe :)

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Date: 23 Jan 2009 18:45:06
From: FellKnight
Subject: Re: Badugi Pronunciation
On Jan 23 2009 9:34 PM, CheckRazor wrote:

> Is it ba-doogy, or ba-dougy, or? I kind of like the game, so I think
> it would be proper if I could say correctly. Somebody toss me a
> freaking bone here.

Seems to me like both those are the same.

I've always heard it as baa-doo-gee

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