When we take a look back into history, it seems that card games have been present in different nations for a long time. Even though the popularity of each game differs from one region to the next, the point is that everyone likes to play card games.
However, there are some card games that can be learned in a heartbeat, while others can take a bit more time to understand. So if you are a beginner and you haven’t yet decided which one you want to learn, then here are a couple of suggestions for card games that are easy to learn.
The goal of this game is really simple and that is to get rid of all cards that you are holding in your hands. The scoring is done by calculating the value of all the cards that are in the hands of other players. At the beginning of the game, each player receives 5 cards, and the rest is put in the middle as the stock. The last card from the stock and placed facing up to form the second pile. If this card is an eight it is returned in the stock and another card is placed as the “starter”. Each player needs to place one card on the “starter” and it has to be matched either in number or in the suit. If the player doesn’t have any card available in their hands to match the starter then he or she draws cards from the pile until a suitable card comes along. In this game, every card acts as a wild.
This game is played with a standard 52-card pack. The aim is to collect the books of cards or four of the same denomination. In the case that there are two or three players, each one will receive seven cards. And in case that there are four or five people playing then each one gets five cards. The rest is placed in the center to serve as the stock. The first player should ask for the player sitting next to him to give him a certain card. They may ask for queens or eight. If the player doesn’t have that card the one who asked needs to pull one card from the stock. If they get the card that they asked for they have the right to ask the same or any other player for the same symbol again.
This is a game that can be played by a single player. The traditional game has 8 piles and at the end of each one, there is one card turned, facing up. The point of the game is to form four piles of every symbol with an ascending order until there are no more cards left on the table.