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Page 1 Five Tricks A Card Game Easy to Learn and Easy to Play
Five Tricks
A Card Game Easy to Learn and Easy to Play
Five Tricks
A Card Game Easy to Learn and Easy to Play
Cards
Only 32 cards are used—Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in each
suit. Ace is the lowest card.
Cards
Only 32 cards are used—Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in each
suit. Ace is the highest card.
Players
Usually 4-6; sometimes varies.
Players
Usually 4-6; sometimes varies.
Deal
The dealer shuffles the cards and deals them one at a time.
Each player receives 5 cards.
Deal
The dealer shuffles the cards and deals them one at a time.
Each player receives 5 cards.
Play
The player to the dealer’s left starts by leading (playing) any
card. Proceeding clockwise, other players take turns playing a
card. They must follow suit (This means that you have to play
a card of the same suit as the first card.). If you do not have a
card of the first suit, play a card of any other suit.
Play
The player to the dealer’s left starts by leading (playing) any
card. Proceeding clockwise, other players take turns playing a
card. They must follow suit (This means that you have to play
a card of the same suit as the first card.). If you do not have a
card of the first suit, play a card of any other suit.
Winning Tricks
When each player has played a card, the highest card of the
original lead suit wins the trick. The one who played this card
gathers up the trick and puts it face down in a pile.
Winning Tricks
When each player has played a card, the highest card of the
original lead suit wins the trick. The one who played this card
gathers up the trick and puts it face down in a pile.
Continuation
The winner of the trick leads the next round which is played as
before. The procedure is repeated until all cards are played.
Continuation
The winner of the trick leads the next round which is played as
before. The procedure is repeated until all cards are played.
Trumps
In this game, spades are trumps.
You may play a trump any time you want—even if you have a
card of the first suit. This is called trumping.
You win the trick even if the trump you played is a low card.
However, some other player may also play a trump. In this
case, the highest trump wins the trick.
Trumps
In this game, spades are trumps.
If you do not have a card of the first suit, you may play a trump.
This is called trumping.
You win the trick even if the trump you played is a low card.
However, some other player may also play a trump. In this
case, the highest trump wins the trick.
End/Win
Game ends when all cards have been played.
The player who has won the most tricks wins the game.
End/Win
Game ends when all cards have been played.
The player who has won the most tricks wins the game.
Round
A round consists of 5-minutes of play. At the end of a round,
the player with the most wins moves clockwise one table, and
the player with the least wins moves counterclockwise one
table. Use rock, paper, scissors to break ties.
Round
A round consists of 5-minutes of play. At the end of a round,
the player with the most wins moves clockwise one table, and
the player with the least wins moves counterclockwise one
table. Use rock, paper, scissors to break ties.
➀♥➆♠➈♣➇♦➀
➁♥➆♠➈♣➇♦➁
Five Tricks
A Card Game Easy to Learn and Easy to Play
Five Tricks
A Card Game Easy to Learn and Easy to Play
Cards
Only 32 cards are used—Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in each
suit. Ace is the highest card.
Cards
Only 32 cards are used—Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in each
suit. Ace is the lowest card.
Players
Usually 4-6; sometimes varies.
Players
Usually 4-6; sometimes varies.
Deal
The dealer shuffles the cards and deals them one at a time.
Each player receives 5 cards.
Deal
The dealer shuffles the cards and deals them one at a time.
Each player receives 5 cards.
Play
The player to the dealer’s left starts by leading (playing) any
card. Proceeding clockwise, other players take turns playing a
card. They must follow suit (This means that you have to play
a card of the same suit as the first card.). If you do not have a
card of the first suit, play a card of any other suit.
Play
The player to the dealer’s left starts by leading (playing) any
card. Proceeding clockwise, other players take turns playing a
card. They must follow suit (This means that you have to play
a card of the same suit as the first card.). If you do not have a
card of the first suit, play a card of any other suit.
Winning Tricks
When each player has played a card, the highest card of the
original lead suit wins the trick. The one who played this card
gathers up the trick and puts it face down in a pile.
Winning Tricks
When each player has played a card, the highest card of the
original lead suit wins the trick. The one who played this card
gathers up the trick and puts it face down in a pile.
Continuation
The winner of the trick leads the next round which is played as
before. The procedure is repeated until all cards are played.
Continuation
The winner of the trick leads the next round which is played as
before. The procedure is repeated until all cards are played.
Trumps
In this game, spades are trumps.
You may play a trump any time you want—even if you have a
card of the first suit. This is called trumping.
You win the trick even if the trump you played is a low card.
However, some other player may also play a trump. In this
case, the highest trump wins the trick.
Trumps
In this game, spades are trumps.
You may play a trump any time you want—even if you have a
card of the first suit. This is called trumping.
You win the trick even if the trump you played is a low card.
However, some other player may also play a trump. In this
case, the highest trump wins the trick.
End/Win
Game ends when all cards have been played.
The player who has won the most tricks wins the game.
End/Win
Game ends when all cards have been played.
The player who has won the most tricks wins the game.
Round
A round consists of 5-minutes of play. At the end of a round,
the player with the most wins moves clockwise one table, and
the player with the least wins moves counterclockwise one
table. Use rock, paper, scissors to break ties.
Round
A round consists of 5-minutes of play. At the end of a round,
the player with the most wins moves clockwise one table, and
the player with the least wins moves counterclockwise one
table. Use rock, paper, scissors to break ties.
➂♥➆♠➈♣➇♦➂
➃♥➆♠➈♣➇♦➃
Five Tricks
A Card Game Easy to Learn and Easy to Play
Five Tricks
A Card Game Easy to Learn and Easy to Play
Cards
Only 32 cards are used—Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in each
suit. Ace is the lowest card.
Cards
Only 32 cards are used—Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in each
suit. Ace is the highest card.
Players
Usually 4-6; sometimes varies.
Players
Usually 4-6; sometimes varies.
Deal
The dealer shuffles the cards and deals them one at a time.
Each player receives 5 cards.
Deal
The dealer shuffles the cards and deals them one at a time.
Each player receives 5 cards.
Play
The player to the dealer’s left starts by leading (playing) any
card. Proceeding clockwise, other players take turns playing a
card. They must follow suit (This means that you have to play
a card of the same suit as the first card.). If you do not have a
card of the first suit, play a card of any other suit.
Play
The player to the dealer’s left starts by leading (playing) any
card. Proceeding clockwise, other players take turns playing a
card. They must follow suit (This means that you have to play
a card of the same suit as the first card.). If you do not have a
card of the first suit, play a card of any other suit.
Winning Tricks
When each player has played a card, the highest card of the
original lead suit wins the trick. The one who played this card
gathers up the trick and puts it face down in a pile.
Winning Tricks
When each player has played a card, the highest card of the
original lead suit wins the trick. The one who played this card
gathers up the trick and puts it face down in a pile.
Continuation
The winner of the trick leads the next round which is played as
before. The procedure is repeated until all cards are played.
Continuation
The winner of the trick leads the next round which is played as
before. The procedure is repeated until all cards are played.
Trumps
In this game, diamonds are trumps.
You may play a trump any time you want—even if you have a
card of the first suit. This is called trumping.
You win the trick even if the trump you played is a low card.
However, some other player may also play a trump. In this
case, the highest trump wins the trick.
Trumps
In this game, diamonds are trumps.
You may play a trump any time you want—even if you have a
card of the first suit. This is called trumping.
You win the trick even if the trump you played is a low card.
However, some other player may also play a trump. In this
case, the highest trump wins the trick.
End/Win
Game ends when all cards have been played.
The player who has won the most tricks wins the game.
End/Win
Game ends when all cards have been played.
The player who has won the most tricks wins the game.
Round
A round consists of 5-minutes of play. At the end of a round,
the player with the most wins moves clockwise one table, and
the player with the least wins moves counterclockwise one
table. Use rock, paper, scissors to break ties.
Round
A round consists of 5-minutes of play. At the end of a round,
the player with the most wins moves clockwise one table, and
the player with the least wins moves counterclockwise one
table. Use rock, paper, scissors to break ties.
➄♥➆♠➈♣➇♦➄
➅♥➃♠➁♣➂♦➅
Five Tricks
A Card Game Easy to Learn and Easy to Play
Five Tricks
A Card Game Easy to Learn and Easy to Play
Cards
Only 32 cards are used—Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in each
suit. Ace is the highest card.
Cards
Only 32 cards are used—Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in each
suit. Ace is the lowest card.
Players
Usually 4-6; sometimes varies.
Players
Usually 4-6; sometimes varies.
Deal
The dealer shuffles the cards and deals them one at a time.
Each player receives 5 cards.
Deal
The dealer shuffles the cards and deals them one at a time.
Each player receives 5 cards.
Play
The player to the dealer’s left starts by leading (playing) any
card. Proceeding clockwise, other players take turns playing a
card. They must follow suit (This means that you have to play
a card of the same suit as the first card.). If you do not have a
card of the first suit, play a card of any other suit.
Play
The player to the dealer’s left starts by leading (playing) any
card. Proceeding clockwise, other players take turns playing a
card. They must follow suit (This means that you have to play
a card of the same suit as the first card.). If you do not have a
card of the first suit, play a card of any other suit.
Winning Tricks
When each player has played a card, the highest card of the
original lead suit wins the trick. The one who played this card
gathers up the trick and puts it face down in a pile.
Winning Tricks
When each player has played a card, the highest card of the
original lead suit wins the trick. The one who played this card
gathers up the trick and puts it face down in a pile.
Continuation
The winner of the trick leads the next round which is played as
before. The procedure is repeated until all cards are played.
Continuation
The winner of the trick leads the next round which is played as
before. The procedure is repeated until all cards are played.
Trumps
In this game, diamonds are trumps.
If you do not have a card of the first suit, you may play a trump.
This is called trumping.
You win the trick even if the trump you played is a low card.
However, some other player may also play a trump. In this
case, the highest trump wins the trick.
Trumps
In this game, diamonds are trumps.
If you do not have a card of the first suit, you may play a trump.
This is called trumping.
You win the trick even if the trump you played is a low card.
However, some other player may also play a trump. In this
case, the highest trump wins the trick.
End/Win
Game ends when all cards have been played.
The player who has won the most tricks wins the game.
End/Win
Game ends when all cards have been played.
The player who has won the most tricks wins the game.
Round
A round consists of 5-minutes of play. At the end of a round,
the player with the most wins moves clockwise one table, and
the player with the least wins moves counterclockwise one
table. Use rock, paper, scissors to break ties.
Round
A round consists of 5-minutes of play. At the end of a round,
the player with the most wins moves clockwise one table, and
the player with the least wins moves counterclockwise one
table. Use rock, paper, scissors to break ties.
➆♥➃♠➁♣➂♦➆
➇♥➃♠➁♣➂♦➇
Five Tricks
A Card Game Easy to Learn and Easy to Play
Five Tricks
A Card Game Easy to Learn and Easy to Play
Cards
Only 32 cards are used—Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in each
suit. Ace is the highest card.
Cards
Only 32 cards are used—Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in each
suit. Ace is the lowest card.
Players
Usually 4-6; sometimes varies.
Players
Usually 4-6; sometimes varies.
Deal
The dealer shuffles the cards and deals them one at a time.
Each player receives 5 cards.
Deal
The dealer shuffles the cards and deals them one at a time.
Each player receives 5 cards.
Play
The player to the dealer’s left starts by leading (playing) any
card. Proceeding clockwise, other players take turns playing a
card. They must follow suit (This means that you have to play
a card of the same suit as the first card.). If you do not have a
card of the first suit, play a card of any other suit.
Play
The player to the dealer’s left starts by leading (playing) any
card. Proceeding clockwise, other players take turns playing a
card. They must follow suit (This means that you have to play
a card of the same suit as the first card.). If you do not have a
card of the first suit, play a card of any other suit.
Winning Tricks
When each player has played a card, the highest card of the
original lead suit wins the trick. The one who played this card
gathers up the trick and puts it face down in a pile.
Winning Tricks
When each player has played a card, the highest card of the
original lead suit wins the trick. The one who played this card
gathers up the trick and puts it face down in a pile.
Continuation
The winner of the trick leads the next round which is played as
before. The procedure is repeated until all cards are played.
Continuation
The winner of the trick leads the next round which is played as
before. The procedure is repeated until all cards are played.
End/Win
Game ends when all cards have been played.
The player who has won the most tricks wins the game.
End/Win
Game ends when all cards have been played.
The player who has won the most tricks wins the game.
Round
A round consists of 5-minutes of play. At the end of a round,
the player with the most wins moves clockwise one table, and
the player with the least wins moves counterclockwise one
table. Use rock, paper, scissors to break ties.
Round
A round consists of 5-minutes of play. At the end of a round,
the player with the most wins moves clockwise one table, and
the player with the least wins moves counterclockwise one
table. Use rock, paper, scissors to break ties.
➈♥➃♠➁♣➂♦➈
➉♥➃♠➁♣➂♦♦➉
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