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How do you play Pitty Patty?

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Begin by dealing out five cards to each player. Place the remaining cards in the center of the table. Flip over one card face up and place it in a separate pile. The goal of the game is to discard all of the cards you have in your hand.

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The player who goes first looks to see if any of his cards matches the card that is turned over. If one does, he discards it along with another card, which then becomes the new top card. If not, then he must draw a card from the deck and place it face up. If he still does not have a match, he must pass to the next player. The first player to get rid of all of his cards is the winner.

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