malice

Number of decks: 2
Number of cards in the deck: 52 cards in the first deck, 52 and 4 jokers in the second
Number of players: 2
Seniority of cards: T, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, B, D, K.
The goal of the game: to get rid of the calculated stack of cards.
Rules of the game. The game resembles an unfolding solitaire. The seniority of the cards: king (senior), queen, jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, ace (younger). The supplier is determined by lot. The first deck is thoroughly mixed and divided into two parts, which become the calculated stacks of two players. Each player turns over the top card of their calculated stack. Players watch the top card of their deck, and the highest card designates the first player. If the cards turn out to be the same value, then each player shuffles his stack of calculations and again looks at the top card, and the first player is determined. again. After that, the opponent of the first player takes the second deck with jokers, shuffles and distributes 5 cards one at a time to each player and puts the remaining cards into the deck in the closed center of the table – this is a reserve. Each ace in cash must be played to form a central stack. The simultaneous presence of more than four central piles is not allowed. It is recommended, if possible, to pass two aces in the central pile. The central decks are laid out from the cards in ascending order, regardless of the suit. Any two is placed on any ace, any three – to two, etc. Both players make moves in the central stacks. Each player is allowed to have 4 side piles that are discharged. The player has the right to walk only in side heaps and only from his own hand. The beginning of the side stack can be from any card. Side piles are built on maps of the same value and on maps in descending order, regardless of suit. For example, any five can be put on any six or any woman can be put on any woman. After building the central stacks, it is allowed to walk with two hands on three in the side pile, and on two with an ace. The top card of the calculated stack can go only to the center. After that, flip the next card. You can go to the center with a card from your hand or the top card of the side stack, but with only one such card and in one turn. A player’s turn ends after he becomes like a side stack, then the opponent’s turn comes. It is forbidden to shuffle cards from one side deck to another, as well as to fill places with these cards. If a player does not want to make a move, he can end his turn by informing the other player. A joker is considered a free card, and you can walk instead of any card, even instead of an ace. If the joker appears on the side pile, then they can go to the center. At the beginning of each turn, the player takes up to five cards from the reserve, which is necessary to restore his hand. When the central stack is lined up for the king, it is dropped into the reserve, and then a new central stack is laid. The player who is the first to get rid of all the cards in his calculated stack wins. If the game goes for money, then the profit of the winning player is calculated by the number of cards in the opponent’s estimated stack. Accordingly, before the game a certain value of one card is established, and after the end of the game the loser player gives the amount of lost money. If there are cards left in both settlement stops, and both players do not want or cannot walk, then the winner is the player who has the smallest number of cards in his settlement deck. The difference in the cards will determine the winner’s win if the game goes for money.