Elvisin

Number of decks: 1
Number of cards in the deck: 52
Number of players: 3 – 8
Card seniority: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, B, D, C, T.
The goal: to guess the rules of the calculations and the first to get rid of all their cards.
Game rules. This game was invented by Robert Abbott in 1956. The first deliverer is determined by lot, then the players hand over the cards in turn. The deck is shuffled thoroughly, removed, and cards of the deck are dealt equally among all players, with the exception of the deliverer. The last card from the deck is taken by the sender himself. After that, the sender thinks of the order of laying out cards on his card and puts his card in the open form in the center of the table. The first move belongs to the player to the left of the deliverer. The player must guess the rule of laying out the cards, which the deliverer wished for, but should not say aloud. After that, he puts his card, following this rule. If the card put by the player follows this rule, the deliverer says: “more”, and the player puts another card, if the card does not correspond to the intended rule of the deliverer, then the deliverer says: “no”, and the move goes to the next player clockwise. The player who laid out the wrong card, takes it back. The winner is the player who, having guessed the rule of laying out cards, will be the first to lay out all his cards. The deliverer can make, for example, such a rule: lay out all the cards of the deck in an ascending sequence, alternating black suits with red ones.