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Number of decks: 1
Number of cards in the deck: 36
Number of players: 6
Card seniority: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, C, D, K, T.
The goal of the game: not to stay with the cards in your hands.
Game rules. The author of this game is Oleg zgursky. The deliverer is determined at will or by lot. The deck is carefully shuffled and each player is dealt 6 cards. The first move belongs to the player to the left of the deliverer. The move is made only on one card. The first move the player can lay out any card, the next player clockwise in a circle must lay out a card of any suit, but the highest dignity (increase), or next to the laid out card – a card of the same dignity (expansion). In case of expansion by the previous player, the player can put at once two cards of the highest value of the last paired cards. After that, the covered cards and everything under them are collected in one pile so that the highest of the covered cards is on top. In addition to the expansion of the two cards by the senior cards on top of the younger ones, the player can lay out a third card. In this case, the next player will have to cover 3 cards of the same value, and if there are 4 cards, then 4 cards will have to be covered. Thus, the game continues in a circle until the ACE is laid out on top of the stack of cards. An ACE is the only beating card that can beat both two and three cards. The player who came out with an ACE sends the entire stack of cards to the rebound and goes again, starting a new stack. If the player has nothing to raise, expand or rebound, then this player takes the resulting pile of cards into his hands, and the next player clockwise again comes from one card. Cover the card is not necessary, you can take the resulting pile of cards for tactical reasons. The player left with the cards in his hands loses. The game can be protracted if there are 2 players left, and the Aces are all out, but there can be no draw in the game.
This game can be played with fewer than 6 players. Then each player is dealt 6 cards, and the rest of the deck is laid out on the table as a coupon, from which the players replenish the cards to 6 after each rebound or take. It is worth noting that in six of the game result of the game determined by the player’s right tactics, but with fewer players the result is came maps.