Deal cards to all of the players, who then take turns asking for specific cards. If the other player has the card in question, he must give it to the asking player. If he does not, he can tell the asking player to "Go fi... More »

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Go Fish is a card game played with a standard 52-card deck, in which the goal is to collect the most sets of four cards. Three to six players can play the game. More »

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To play Go Fish, you need a 52-card deck with no jokers. Each player requests cards of a certain rank from other players with the intent to make "books" consisting of four cards of the same rank. Play ends when a player ... More »

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To play Liverpool rummy, shuffle together two decks of 52 cards, and deal a hand to the players. Get rid of your hand by completing contracts. Score hands after every deal. More »

Play Hand and Foot by dealing cards to players with the objective of forming melds. The game is suitable for between two and six players. The game comprises of four rounds, with points awarded to the player who gets rid ... More »

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Canasta requires at least four players and two standard decks of cards, including the jokers. Players play in teams and their members face across from each other. The overall objective is for the teams to score points by... More »

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UNO is a card game where players try to get rid of all their cards by playing cards that match either the number or color of previously played cards. When a player plays all of his cards, he collects his opponents' cards... More »