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A card game can be any game that involves a deck of playing cards with set rules. Although the standardized rules may change between culture or region for the card game being played, it can be a great way to interact and get to know others. Everyone knows which card game is their favorite, but if you may want to try new games to play, you can find new fun games here.
5.) Slap Jack
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Slap Jack is a very common card game with great reviews, it is most often played by children with a standard deck of card. If you don’t know how to play, here is how…
First, take out the joker cards in the deck and then shuffle the card. Next deal out every card making sure that each card is facing down. Do not allow any player to look at his or her cards. The third step is for the first player to put the top card of his/her deck in the middle of the table. If the card is not a jack, the next player will put there top card on the pile. Once a jack is put down on the table, the fastest person to slap the pile of cards in the middle of the table will win the entire pile. The person with all of the cards at the end of the game will win.
For more information on how to play Slap Jack, go to wikihow.com/Play-Slap-Jack
4.) Crazy Eights
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Crazy eights will get the who family involved, with every card being as strategic as the last one. Like the last card game, this game is also a great game for kids and is also played with a standard deck of cards. If you do not know how to play, here is how…
The dealer with shuffle all of the cards at once and then hand out five cards to each person in the game. Once everyone has their cards, the dealer will place the rest of the cards in the center of the table and flip over the first card. The person to the left of the dealer will begin the game. He or she will try to play a card that either matches the suit or number value on the card before. If that person has a card with the number value of 8 on it, then that card is considered a wild card and can be placed whenever. The first person to get rid of all of their cards will win the game.
For more information on how to play crazy eights, go to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crazy_Eights
3.) Egyptian Ratscrew
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Egyptian ratscrew is also played with the standard deck of 52 cards, much like the card games listed above. This card game can be more complicated at times and is more suitable for children and adults above the age of 10. If you do not know how to play, here is how…
Players can not look at any of their cards throughout the duration of the game, while the dealer evenly distributes every card to all of the players. Once each card is dealt, the player to the left of the dealer will begin. That player will flip over the top card on their deck of cards making sure he or she does not look at it. If the card that he/she puts down is a face card (Ace, Jack, Queen, or King) the next player will have so many chances to put down another face card. Each face card is given a set value to how many cards the next person will be allowed to put down to find another face card. An ace allows the next person four chances to put down another face card, a king allows the next person three chances, a queen allows the next person two chances, and finally a jack will only allow the next person one chance to place down another face card. The person with all of the cards at the end of the game will win.
For more information on how to play, got to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egyptian_Ratscrew
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Skip-bo is a great game where each player must be very strategic with every move to ensure that he or she wins. The game is for all ages and is essentially just a counting game. If you do not know how to play, here is how…
Skip-bo is the only card game in this top five that does not use the standard deck of cards. The game uses it’s own set of cards that are number 1-12 with many cards labeled skip-bo that are wild cards. Each player will draw up to five cards each time that it is her turn, they will then place either a one or a skip-bo card to start one of four piles to play on. after that the player will flip over the top card of their stockpile and try to play that as well. The number must go in sequential order starting at either a one or a skip-bo which could be any number. Once the player, plays all of the cards in their stock pile, then they will win the game.
For more information on how to play, go to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skip-Bo
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Mao or Mau is a card game of unspoken rules, the game is very fun to play with all ages. The only way to learn the game is to play the game. If you do not know how to play, here is how…
There is only one rule to the game, this rule states that you must not talk about the rules. so unfortunately I cannot tell you about them.
If you would like to know the rules of the game, please read the rule breaking article below