So is this like a downward pyramid? Iím interested, but not quite sure that I understand. Is it like all PIFs, in which you send the same number you receive? Sorry, too much work and too much bourbon to fully comprehend!
If a box holder decides to split the box they can, as long as the result is a group of boxes that have cigars that are multiples of 4. So you get a box that has 8 cigars there are two people you want to pass to waiting so you decide to split the box, and mail 2 packages of 4. Both packages must adhere to the rule on cigars, 2 at sub5 , 1 at 5 to 10 one boutique.
The opposite is also true. You get two boxes so you combine them and send one package. Same rules apply. All boxes must contain cigars in groups of 4. This makes keeping the cost down easy and anyone can join. Since if you don't care to spend on limited edition, or boutiques you can still trade budget smokes. Home rolls are just as good as a lot of the $10 and under smokes. My goal is to make a rolling box pass that lets anyone play.
So all boxes will contain cigars, 4 8 12, at any point some one who gets more than 4 cigars as part of their pass can split the box, but 4 is the smallest a box can be.
For example. I send you as victim 1 a box with 12 cigars
, you say I want them all. So you take 12, put in 12, then you say hmm I pick Pius and Peepaw, as my next victims so Pius gets a box of 8, and peepaw gets a box of 4. Each box must adhere to the rules so the box to pius has 4 $5 or less cigars 2 $5 - $10 cigars and 2 boutique or li ited edition cigars. Peepaws box of 4 cigars has 2 sub 5 cigars 1 5 to 10 and one boutique or limited edition.