You play any face-up card from your stock piles on to the spit piles. You can play a card if it’s one rank higher or one rank lower than the card on the top of the spit piles, and aces are high or low, so you can put them on a king or a 2. Suits are irrelevant in Spit.
Each player should then organise their cards in number order, from Ace to King (this makes the game much simpler). The first player starts by putting down any card. The next player looks to see if they have any cards of the same number. If so, they put them down - if not, play passes to the next player.
Pairs of cards that add up to 13 can only be removed together. For example an Ace and a Queen (a Queen is equal to 12), a two and a Jack (a Jack is equal to 11), a three and a ten, and so on. A King can be removed on its own, as it equals 13. You can deal 3 cards out, under the pyramid each time you are stuck. At this point the rules of games.
Play begins by trying to found any available Aces or Kings. You can move any of the 4 cards in the tableau to the foundations, if possible. When a card is moved from the tableau, the space is filled immediately by the top card of the stock. There is no building on the tableau.
It is an extremely simple card game, with rules that only initially sound complicated. Basically it asks the players to understand how cards would rank in order from the king and downward. For example, Kings Corners follows the K-Q-J-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-A order.
One point each is scored for taking the tricks that contain: High (ace of trumps), Low (deuce of trumps), Jack of trumps, and Game (the greatest number of points in counting cards, each ten counting 10 points, each ace 4, each king 3, each queen 2, each jack 1). The first player to score 10 points wins the game.
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Divide a standard pack of 52 cards roughly in half. Each of the two players holds their half face down. The players take turns to turn over their top card and play it face up in the centre of the table, thus forming a pile. There are two kinds of card - the ace, king, queen and jack are pay cardsand the 2-10 are ordinary cards.