Number of decks: 1
Number of cards in the deck: 52
Number of players: 2 – 15
Card seniority: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, B, D, K, T, 2, Joker.
The goal of the game: to remain without cards.
Game rules. A very popular card game in Japan. This game can be played by up to 15 people. It is most interesting when it is played by 6 to 10 people. The seniority of the cards is as follows: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, king, ACE, 2, Joker (if playing with jokers). Take a deck of cards, carefully shuffle, distribute all cards equally between all players, dealing one card. The right of the first move is determined by lot. The first player puts his lowest card by value, if he has several lower cards, he throws them all. The right of the next move belongs to the next player clockwise. He must beat these cards with cards of greater merit. The suit doesn’t matter. If there are several cards, it is necessary to cover the cards only with the same cards of the highest rank. One who may not cover these cards, skip a turn. If no player has cards of the highest rank, then the cards are removed in the rebound, in this case, the turn belongs to the player whose cards could not cover. The game continues in a circle and the player who first throws all his cards wins. The strategy of the game is that at the initial stage of the game you need to take care of the cards of greater dignity, as everyone tries to fold small cards, and at the end of the game you need large cards. The unluckiest player who has cards left is called a poor man, and the one who first got rid of his cards is a rich man. After one game is played and the poor man and the rich man are determined, the poor man must, before the second game begins, when the cards are dealt, give his oldest card to the rich man. In response, the rich man gives his smallest card to the poor man. The rich man starts the game. The game follows the same rules.
Number of decks: 1