To play Skip-Bo, shuffle all the cards together, deal every player a stock pile of between 20 to 30 cards, then have everyone work together to build piles from their hands and from their stock piles. Win the hand by gett... More »

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The object of the card game Skip-Bo is to play and empty all the cards in your personal stock pile in numerical order, according to the official rules of the Mattel game. Four building piles around the common draw deck i... More »

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Skip-Bo Junior's main goal is to get rid of all of the cards in a player's individual stockpile. Each player has a stockpile of cards, usually 10 unless a longer game is played, and three cards are placed face up in fron... More »

The object of the card game Skip-Bo is to play and empty all the cards in your personal stock pile in numerical order, according to the official rules of the Mattel game. Four building piles around the common draw deck i... More »

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Skip-Bo, produced by Mattel, is played with a deck of 162 cards. The majority of the deck is comprised of 12 sets of cards numbered 1-12, which make up 144 of the 162 total. The remaining 18 cards are wild "Skip-Bo" card... More »

To play Skip-Bo, players are dealt a stock pile that ranges from 20 to 30 cards. The remaining cards are placed in a draw pile. The objective is for players to create build piles in numerical sequences until one player h... More »

Some strategies for winning at Tri-Peaks Solitaire are maximizing points by moving cards to the waste pile, clearing the peaks and having cards remaining in the stock when the game is won while avoiding undoing moves and... More »