New Card Game – How To Play Crazy

Want to learn a new card game? One that’s easy to learn to play? When I joined a local social club, the members were joker123 playing a game called “Crazy”, and now my group of friends get together most weekends to socialize and have some ‘Crazy’ fun.

Crazy is fast, fun and can be played with any number of people from 4 to 8. If you had to, you could even squeeze in 1 or 2 more.

You play it with 2 decks for 4 players, 3 decks for 5 or 6 players and 4 decks for more than 6. You also use 2 jokers per deck.

This game resembles Gin Rummy, but there are a few rules that differ.

To start the game, one of the players deals a card face up to each player. High card deals. In case of a tie, the players tied get another card until the tie is broken. The high card is the dealer, and deals 10 cards to each player.

The reason this is called ‘Crazy’, is that the cards can be dealt any way the dealer wishes…forward, backwards, any number at a time to any player, any way you want to until each player gets 10 cards. Each person counts their cards face down, and if there is a mis-deal to anyone, the dealer either takes back, or deals more cards until each player gets 10 cards.

The dealer then determines the wild card, by turning over, or cutting the cards. So, if a 5 of spades is selected, ALL fives are wild regardless of suit. Jokers are also wild. If a Joker is selected, only Jokers are wild.

The players pick up their cards and sort their hands. Runs must be a minimum of 3 cards, and must be the same suit. Sets must be a minimum of 3 cards, which must be all different suits. No sets or runs are played until the end of the hand.

The player to the left of the dealer draws off the deck. If the deck is split so it’s easier for the players at the ends of the table to reach, any player can draw a card of either stack when it’s their turn.

The player can either keep the dra

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