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Speed Game Rules

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Speed Game Rules

(Above is two people playing the game Speed) Card Game Rules Speed is a classic card game for 2 players. The game requires a standard 52 playing card deck and is suitable for ages 6 and up. In Speed, 2s are low and Kings are high. Aces can either be lower than 2 or higher than King. The objective of Speed is to be the first player to get rid of their cards. For more classic card games, check out our guides for Go Fish and War. If you are looking for cards to play Speed with, check out a standard...

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GOPS Game Rules

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GOPS Game Rules

(Above is the set up for the game GOPS) Card Game Rules GOPS, or Game of Pure Strategy, is a classic card game for two players and is played with a standard 52 playing card deck. In GOPS, Aces are low and Kings are high. The objective of GOPS is to win the most points For more classic card games, check out our guides for Casino and Snap. If you are looking for cards to play GOPS with, check out a standard deck here or check out one of our newest arrivals here.   Set Up Before gameplay can begins, the deck must...

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Casino Game Rules

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Casino Game Rules

(Above is the set up for the card game Casino) Card Game Rules Casino is a classic card game for 2 to 4 people and is played with a standard 52 card deck. The objective of Casino is to be the first player to win 21 points. For more classic card games, check out our guides for Spit and Snap. If you are looking for cards to play Casino with, check out a standard deck here or check out one of our newest arrivals here.   Set Up Before gameplay can begin, a dealer must be selected. To do so, players...

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Screw Your Neighbor Game Rules

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Screw Your Neighbor Game Rules

(In Screw Your Neighbor, Kings are safe cards) Card Game Rules Screw Your Neighbour, or Ranter-Go-Round, is a classic card game for 3 or more players. The game requires a standard 52 playing card deck and is suitable for ages 6 and up. In Screw Your Neighbor, Aces are low and Kings are high. The objective of Screw Your Neighbor is to have the lowest card value. For more classic games, check out our guides for War and Nerts. If you are looking for cards to play Screw Your Neighbor with, check out a standard deck here or one of our more recent arrivals...

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Sheepshead Game Rules

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Sheepshead Game Rules

(Above is the typical set up for the game Sheepshead) Card Game Rules Sheepshead is a trick taking game for 5 players. It requires a unique 32 card deck, with Aces to 7s in each suit. The objective of Sheepshead is to win 61 or more points. If you are looking for cards to play Sheepshead with, check out a standard deck here or check out one of our recent arrivals here. For more trick taking games, check out our guides for Bridge and Euchre. Set-up Before gameplay can begin, a dealer must be selected. To do so, players must choose...

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