Cai Shen, God of Wealth ~ Windfall & GamblingThis particular item is popular with those wanting to receive a windfall or better gambling luck. Though Cai Shen is primarily used on store premises to attract wealth, this item was made specifically for those who want a quick dose of wealth given to them through chance and luck.
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