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Therulerofthem


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Cheat

Catch your friends cheating, just don't get caught!

Deal out all the cards, so each player has an even amount (if there is not enough to make everyone have even amounts, put leftovers face down in the pile).

The first player can choose any card, ace through king, and how many he will put down. He then takes that many cards from his hand, and puts it into the pile. However, if someone thinks they did not put the card the said before in the pile, they can accuse them of cheating. Then, the card he just played as revealed, and if the cards don't match, he picks up all the cards in the pile. However, if he did do what he said, the accuser picks up all the cards in the pile.

EX. The first person says 3 fives. However, he puts two fives and a two in the pile. The first other player to say cheat (if anyone does at all) looks at the cards just played. Since he did not play what he said he did, he picks up the cards.

But if he did play the three fives, then the person who said cheat first picks up the pile.

If no one calls cheat, the card remain hidden and on the pile.

If cheat was called, the next player can put down any card (s)he wants to. But if no one called cheat, they have to put down cards either one above, one below, or equal to the ones last played.

So since the last playes played fives, anything between four and six is allowed. Aces cross over between twos and kings.

If they are called cheat on, the same thing happens, but they need to pick up not only their cards, but the last players cards if they are still there.

This goes on until one player is out of cards. They are the winner.

This game can be played with anywhere between three and six people, I suggest four for best results and most fun.

Good luck and Good Cheats!


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