Turnip

Number of decks: 1 (2)
Number of cards in the deck: 52
Number of players: 2 or more
Card seniority: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, C, D, K, T.
The goal of the game: not to stay with the cards in your hands.
Game rules. A game for a big company. Probably of Austrian origin. The loser is called a ” turnip.” Play from 2 players and more. When playing 2 – 4 players need one deck, with more participants play two decks. Numerical values of cards: ACE-1, king-13, Queen-12, Jack-11, all other cards at their face value. The first deliverer in the game is determined by lot, in the following games the loser (turnip) deals the cards. The deck is carefully shuffled by the deliverer and each player is dealt 7 cards, the remaining cards are placed in a pile face down in the center of the table this is a reserve. The first move belongs to the player to the right of the deliverer, the game goes counterclockwise. The player moves one of his any card, the next player counterclockwise must in response put a card of the same value or a set of cards of the same numerical value. For example, a player goes Jack, and the next player puts in the answer two fives and an ACE, 11=5+5+1, cards go to lights out and do not take part in the game. If the player can not put the cards in the answer, he takes the card that came to him and the move goes to the next player counterclockwise. After the rebound has taken place or the player has taken a card, the player or players replenish their cards to 7 from the reserve. Thus, the whole game takes place. The player who is the last to remain with the cards in his hands becomes the loser and is called “turnip”.