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Once you have played all cards in hand and all your face-up cards, play your face-down cards blindly. On your turn, flip a face-down card onto the discard.
If the card is playable, as in it is equal or higher rank than the previous card played, your turn is over and play passes on.
If the card is not playable, after placing it on the discard you collect the pile, including your face-down card. The next discard is started by the player to your left.
You must play all the cards in hand before flipping your next face-down card. Once you have gotten rid of all your cards- cards in hand and on the table- you have avoided losing the game.
Players 2 — 6 Players. Dealing 1. How to play 1. Functions of special cards All special cards can be played onto anything, including higher cards, lower cards or other special cards.
Additional Rules for 2 Players There is a slight change of rules: 1. What makes these cards so special? I love them! After a player has played all of the cards in his hand he now turns to the cards in the three piles in front of him.
He turns a card face up in the first pile and plays the card. Then, he turns over the top card in the second pile and then the third pile.
He is not to turn over all of the cards at any time. Use your imagination:. Shithead By Stewart Dunlop. The object of the game The main object of the game is to get rid of all your cards.
The deal and start of the game Each player is dealt 3 cards face down, 3 cards face up on top of the face down cards and 3 cards in hand 5 cards in hand, if there are only two players.
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The purpose of Shithead is to lose all your cards by putting them on the pile. A card that is put on the pile must be equal or higher than the top card of the pile.
If you have no card to put on the pile you must take the entire pile, and it's the opponents turn. There are always three cards in your hand, if you have less than three you must draw enough cards from the deck to get three again.
After the deck is finished no more cards are drawn. There are three downwards facing cards and three upwards facing cards on the table. You cannot play them until your hand is finished.
You cannot look at a downward facing card before playing it. Before you start you can exchange cards from your hand with the upwards facing cards on the table.
You can put a two on top of everything, it is the restart card. You can put a five on top of everything, it is the reverse card, meaning that in the next turn the opponent must put a card equal or lower than five.
Some alternate rule sets allow players to clear at any time in or out of turn. Other rules make the a four-of-a-wild a normal wild.
If a player has no cards left to play, they are out. The loser, known as "The Shithead" is the last player left in the game.
Under most rules the shithead's only role is to deal the next set of cards. Players may adapt this so that the shithead is also required to fulfill a forfeit.
Aside from the basic order of play, the core aspect of Shithead is the "wildcards". These vary greatly depending on regional variations, though the core of the rules remains the same.
With certain exceptions, wildcards may be played on any other card. The Deal The game starts with both players drawing a card from the deck to find out who is the dealer.
The Play The pone the player who is not the dealer starts by laying down a card on the table and announcing its value, e. Scoring during The Play Fifteen: For adding a card that makes the total 15, score 2 points.
Pair: For adding a card of the same rank as the card just played, score 2 points. Pair Royal Three of a kind : For adding a card of the same rank as the last two cards, score 6.
Double Pair Royal Four of a kind : For adding a card of the same rank as the last 3 cards, score Run sequence of three or more cards: Score 1 point for each card in the sequence.
The cards do not need to be in order, but they do need to be all together. Basically if you can take n cards that are in order and re-arrange them so all the n cards form a numerical sequence then it's a sequence.
Last card, total value less than Score 1 point. Last card, total value exactly Score 2 points.
The Show Once The Play is finished, the players take back their cards from the table and it's time to calculate the score for their hands, and the crib.
One for his nob: For having the jack of the same suit as the starter, score 1 point. Fifteen: Any combination of cards that sum to Pair: For any pair of cards, e.
SQ DQ , score 2 points. Pair Royal Three of a kind : For any three cards of the same rank, e. S8 C8 H8 , score 6 points.
Double Pair Royal Four of a kind : For any four cards of the same rank, e. Flush, 4 cards: If all the cards in your hand are of the same suit, e.
A 4 card flush also can't be used for the crib, only for your hand. Flush, 5 cards: If all the cards in your hand, and the starter card, are of the same suit, e.
You can also get a 5 card flush for your crib, if all the cards in the crib and the starter are of the same suit. Skunks and Double Skunks A skunk is when a player wins by over 30 points, his opponent has less than 91 points when the game is over.
Variations As with every game, there are slight variations in how people play Cribbage. Back to game.