Well, yeah, obviously we make our bets each round with chips, like they do in Vegas. But in Vegas you have to buy the chips, and if you win the game you redeem them for cash. So the question is whether we make our chips worth something outside of the game. Chores is an idea, even if that stuff's all voluntary anyway. I mean, the point is we do the stuff we're willing and able to do, and other people do the other stuff. Maybe we could buy into the game by offering services, like... "I will do your laundry," "I will bake you a cake," "I will make a power adapter to recharge the battery in your radio" or whatever, redeemable to whoever wins the game. ...Of course, that hinges on the winner actually wanting whatever service is being offered.