A Gutshot Straight (8 Players)

5.00 out of 5
5 review(s)
(5 customer reviews)
Availability: In stock

Theme: 1960’s New Orleans Riverboat Casino
Players: 8 (4 male, 4 female)
Duration: 1.5-2 hours

The Scene: You have received an invitation from an old friend, a wealthy heiress, for a night of fun and gambling aboard the Swan, her riverboat casino. The cruise will be departing this coming Friday evening, June 19, 1969, from a private, New Orleans doc on the Mississippi river. The heiress is very well connected and has many friends, particularly among the social elite. She has invited a number of these friends for a private cruise. Many of the guests are your friends or acquaintances, while some may be new to you. Excitement abounds, and all are eagerly awaiting the main event of the evening: a high stakes poker tournament with a $20,000 buy in! It’s sure to be an experience that no one will ever forget. Come visit with old friends and make new ones in an incredible night of entertainment, poker, and… murder! (Sneak Peak below)





5 reviews for A Gutshot Straight (8 Players)

  1. 5 out of 5
    5 review(s)


    We played Gutshot Straight and had a great time. Only thought is to play with couples you know, not as an ice breaker. Everyone dressed for their part, adding some interest, and a simple dinner made it an overall great evening!

  2. 5 out of 5
    5 review(s)


    We played Gutshot Straight with 3 other couples. It was a super fun game. You really get to see who loves to ham it up. Lol. Everyone got dressed up and into their characters. We’ve bought other mystery games before. I thought this one was well written, believable and fun.

  3. 5 out of 5
    5 review(s)


    A super fun game! Everyone enjoyed it and was able to get into the story line. 5 stars!

  4. 5 out of 5
    5 review(s)


    The game went very smoothly, and I liked the storyline

  5. 5 out of 5
    5 review(s)


    I’ve done a few murder mysteries and I especially enjoyed the Mystery on Demand format. It provided structure and direction for our group. With some murder mysteries, I have found myself and others aimlessly wandering a room, unsure and clueless about what we should be doing or saying. This mystery outlined comments and responses for each participant. Necessary information was revealed, and everyone seemed more comfortable with their roles.

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