The scorching autumn evenings and the early setting sun mean that the longer the day, the more time is spent in the room. Although there is plenty of new entertainment in the world, why not get lost on the nostalgia tracks and fill your evenings with some fierce card games? Also invite friends to visit and rediscover card games you may have played indefinitely years ago.
Turakas is also known as podkidnoi and is one of the first and easiest board games. That’s why a lot of people have ever played it, so even if some rules are forgotten, they can be quickly recalled.
Each player receives six cards and must always have six cards until the end of the game. The strength of the cards is calculated from two to an ace. There is always a trump in the game, which is one of the four suits: cross, square, pot, hear. Turaka’s goal is to “kill” the cards that are dealt to you using these cards. You can “kill” with a stronger card than the one you have, which must be of the same suit. The trump card is always stronger than the other suit cards, even if the value is lower. The winner of the game is the first to get rid of their cards.
A classic card game that is often a favorite of younger people. The game is simple and its name funny, what else do you want ?! The family’s foolish play begins with a stack of cards being laid out in a circle on the table, pictured below. One player selects any card from the card turn and places it in the middle of the turn, with the picture above. Players then move clockwise to take the next cards from the turn.
The goal is to find a card that is exactly one higher than the one in the middle of the circle (ie 2 goes to 3, 9 goes to 10). If no card is found in the middle of the circle, the player places it in front of him, picture above. If there is an open card in front of all players, other players have the option of placing the card either in the middle of the circle or on top of another player’s cards following the same rule. When all the cards in the circle have been taken, the players turn over and take their cards. The winner of the game is the first to get rid of all his cards.
Poker is one of the most famous card games in the world and there are more than a hundred different versions. Probably the most popular are: Five Card Draw, Omaha High and Texas Hold’em. You can play many of these options with your home card pack, but if you want more, it’s a good place to play poker online without leaving home. casinos.
The rules may differ, but the general features are the same. For example, the strengths of poker combinations are the same in all popular variants. The strongest combination is usually a royal flush, and one of the weakest combinations is a pair. The poker hand is won by the player with the strongest hand on all cards. Depending on the type of game, the betting and sharing rounds vary. An important part of poker is betting, but you don’t always have to play for money. You can also play with candy or cookies!
Burning Cities is one card game that can be played by two people, and in a way that the game is still interesting. It can also be played in a larger party, making it a very universal choice. When cities start burning, the deck of cards is divided equally between the players (regardless of how many players there are).
Players take the top card from their pile of cards and place it on the table. The one with the highest value card gets all the cards. If the cards remain in the draw, ie have the same strength, one card is placed face down and the next card, picture up, is placed on top. The winner is the one who gets all the cards.
Otherwise, lying is negative, but in this card game, lying is favored and the best liar wins. The whole deck of cards is dealt to the players and starts slipping over each other. Or tell the truth. It is up to the opponents to figure out which one is going on.
For example, the first player shows two cards (maximum four) and says they are two queens. The next player in line has three choices. First, he can say that the first player is lying. Secondly, he can say that the first player is telling the truth. If another player guesses incorrectly, he must pick up the cards. If the second player thinks correctly and the first player told the truth, all the cards go “off” or out of the game. If the second player guessed correctly and the first player lied, the first player must take back the cards.
The third option is to add cards. In other words, if the first player said he put down two queens, the second player could add three more cards and say he would add three queens. Then it is the third player’s job to decide if the other player is lying or telling the truth. The winner is the player who gets rid of all his cards first.
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