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Faro Game Rules

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Faro Game Rules

(This is the typical set up for the game Faro) Card Game Rules Faro is a historical casino game for two or more players. It requires a standard 52 card deck, an extra set of 13 cards for each rank, a set of betting chips for each player, and a penny for each player. In Faro, Aces are low and Kings are high. The objective is to win the most bets.  If you are looking for cards to play Faro with, check out a standard deck here or check out one of our recent arrivals here. For more casino games, check out...

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Carousel Game Rules

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Carousel Game Rules

(Above is an ending layout from a game of Carousel Rummy) Card Game Rules Carousel is a Rummy type game for 2-5 players. For 2 players, Carousel requires a standard deck of 52 playing cards and 1 Joker. For 3-5 players, Carousel requires 2 standard decks of 52 playing cards and 2 Joker. In Carousel Aces can be High or Low, however they cannot connect a King and 2. The objective of Carousel is to play all of your cards by melding them. If you are looking for cards to play Carousel with, check out a standard deck here or one...

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Thirteen Game Rules

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Thirteen Game Rules

(Above is the set up for a game of Thirteen) Card Game Rules Thirteen is a four player trick-taking card game that requires a standard 52 playing card deck. In Thirteen, 2s are high and 3s are low. The suits are ranked with Hearts being the highest, then Diamonds, Clubs, and Spades. The objective of Thirteen is to be the first player to get rid of their cards.  For other trick-taking card games, see our guides for President and Bezique. If you are looking for cards to play Thirteen with, check out a standard pack here or one of our more recent arrivals here. Set Up Before game play...

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Spoil Five Game Rules

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Spoil Five Game Rules

(Above is the set up for the card game Spoil Five) Card Game Rules Spoil Five is a casino game for two to ten players. It requires a standard 52 playing card deck and poker chips. The objective of Spoil Five is to win 3 or more tricks in a round. For other casino type games, see our guides for Texas Hold'em Poker and Seven Card Stud Poker. If you are looking for cards to play Spoil Five with, check out a standard deck here or check out one of our more recent arrivals here.   Set Up Before gameplay can begin, every...

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Trash Game Rules

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Trash Game Rules

(Above is the set up for the card game Trash) Card Game Rules Trash, or Garbage, is a classic card game for two player. It requires a standard 52 playing card deck and is suitable for ages 8 and up. The objective of Trash is to be the first person with a complete hand of 10 cards. For more classic card games, check out our guides for Kemps and Crazy Eights. If you are looking for cards to play Trash with, check out a standard deck here or check out one of our more recent arrivals here. Set Up To set up...

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