Requires A standard deck of cards (no Jokers)2 to five playersGame playDeal the cards evenly. Stack any remaining cards face-up within the middle of the table as bonus cards. Players stack their cards face down ahead of them. A player may never check out his cards before they hit the canter pile.Starting to the left of the dealer, each player pulls one card from the highest of his stack — without watching it — and quickly lays it face-up on the pile. When a player lays a picture card on the pile, subsequent player must lay a picture card on top of it. The amount of tries he gets to play a picture card depends on the picture card played. For Jacks he gets just one try, for Queens two, for Kings three, and for Aces four.
If the player is in a position to play another picture card,the matter of playing a picture card moves to subsequent player. If he cannot, the player who put down the picture card wins the stack. As an example, if a player features a King played to him and he goes through three of his cards without putting down a picture card, then the player who played the King wins allthe cards within the stack.The other thanks to win cards is by slapping. Whenever two cards of an equivalent rank (number or face) are played consecutively, the primary player toslap the pile wins the cards. Anyone at the table may slap the stack, albeit they’re out of cards.ObjectiveThe player who accumulates all the cards in his hand wins the sport. A secondaryobjective is to stay from breaking fingers and hands. Take care when slapping!Slap-tastic funMany people who play this game devise other “swappable” combinations. One such combination is that the “sandwich” where a special card is between two of