Number of decks: 1
Number of cards in the deck: 52
Number of players: 3 – 6
Card seniority: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, B, D, C, T.
The goal: not to be the last player with cards on hand.
Game rules. The rules of this game were invented by James Hayes in Reading, England in 2006. The literal translation of the word Bong is a water pipe for Smoking. I called the game “smoke Break”, as this name more accurately reflects the rules of this game. The game is very fast and active. Before the game, the deliverer is chosen by lot. The handler carefully shuffles the cards and distributes the entire deck between the players, handing one card to each player, possibly an unequal number of cards from the players. Players cannot view their cards until they are completely dealt to all players. Only after the last card is dealt, players take their cards, look at them and any player who has a deuce card can start the game first by putting a deuce in the center of the table in clear form to start the discard pile. The next player who will be the first to put a three, the next player who puts 4 faster, etc. Behind the ACE is put a two, a three, a four, etc. the Suit does not matter in the game. The player who puts the card has the right to put only one card. It is forbidden to put two or more cards in a row. The player who has just put the card must wait for the next player who puts the card and only then can put if he has time to put his card. If the game reaches the point where none of the players can put a card, the player who put the card last, collects all the cards in the deck, shuffles them and distributes one among all players except himself. Then the players again play the game according to the above rules. Thus, several games are played until there are two players and one of them remains with the cards, this player is considered a loser. If among the two players there is a situation that none of the players will not be able to walk, then out of the game, the player who put the last card, and the remaining player respectively becomes the loser.
Number of decks: 1