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Playproceeds counter-clockwise, withnormalclimbing-gamerules applying:each player must play a 鋤大弟 jqka2 orcombinationthan the onebefore, with the same number ofcards.
Full House: a composite of a three-of-a-kind combinationandapair. Straight Flush: A composite of the straight and 鋤大弟 jqka2 in the same suit. The objective ofthegame isto be the 鋤大弟 jqka2 get rid of all of your cards. Thecombinationsandtheir 鋤大弟 jqka2 are as follows.
The goal is, then, fortheotherplayers to play and get rid of as many cards aspossiblewhileavoiding thecombination that would allow link callingplayerto winthe game.
Cards may be played 鋤大弟 jqka2 singles or in groups of twoorfive,incombinations which resemble poker hands.
Pairs: Any two cards of 鋤大弟 jqka2 rank, ordered aswithsingularcardsby the card of the higher suit. If the other players doesn't do that, itisknownas illegalassist. Rankisdetermined by highest value card and then byhighestsuit. The leadingcardtoatrick sets down the number of cards to be played; allthecardsofa trick must contain the same number of cards.
The game ends when one player runs out of cards.The game is very popular in Asia, especiallythroughoutChina,HongKong, Phillippines, Macau, Malaysia, SingaporeandTaiwan. Triples: Any Three card of matching rank, order by rank.