Number of decks: 1
Number of cards in the deck: 36 or 52
Number of players: 3 – 4
Seniority of cards: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, B, D, K, T.
The goal of the game: to score more points.
Rules of the game. The first deliverer is determined by drawing lots, then the players deal with the cards in turn. The deck is carefully shuffled, removed and 5 cards are dealt to each player. The remaining deck is placed on the center of the table in a closed form is a reserve. The first move belongs to the player to the left of the deliverer. He takes one card from the reserve and looks at whether he has a combination of three or four cards of the same value or three or more sequences of cards of the same suit in the cards. If a player has a sequence of no more than four cards (of three cards), then the player puts them in front of him in the clear. If a sequence of four cards or more, the player shows this sequence to other players and puts it off in the closed form next to him. For this sequence at the end of the game points will be awarded. If the player does not have any sequences, then he puts any arbitrary card next to the deck. Then the turn moves to the next player clockwise, he takes one card from the reserve and can also use one of the cards that are or will lie near the reserve (a total of 7 cards to make a combination) for making combinations. This player also looks at whether he can lay out the combinations according to the same rules that the first player laid out. In addition, this and subsequent walking players have a new opportunity. If one of the players has an unfinished combination of three cards, then the player with one of his cards, which is suitable for this, completes this combination to four cards or more cards and takes these cards to himself, after which he lays beside himself in a closed form for scoring after games. Thus, the game continues until one of the players runs out of hands. As soon as this happens, the game ends and the players begin to count points for the delayed combinations of cards. Cost of cards with glasses: ace – 11 points; king, queen, jack, 10 – 10 points; all other cards are at par. The player who scores the most points is considered the winner.
Number of decks: 1