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1 Card 20-20
The game of 1 Card 20-20 uses numbers from one to twenty. The number cards are shaped like playing cards, but they have small images of clubs, diamonds, and hearts on the front. The numbers can be used to practice sequencing and sorting. This is a good game for mixed-ability groups. It also has many educational benefits. You can also use it to help your child develop their math skills. To get started, simply download the free game and print it out.
The goal of the game is to eliminate all of the cards from your hand or foot. A meld is a group of three or more cards of the same rank. If a meld contains four or more cards, they are considered meld. Once a ‘book’ contains seven cards, it is closed and removed. However, Jokers and red and black Threes cannot be used in melds. The best strategy is to use the cards you have to your advantage.
In one of the most popular variations of this game, players must use all of their cards to complete a meld. A meld of three or more cards is a set of three or more cards of the same rank. Any card that contains three or more is considered a’meld’. If a’meld’ consists of seven cards, that’s a ‘book’. As the name implies, Deuces and Aces can be used in a’meld’. However, Jokers, Red and Black Threes, and ‘wildcards’ cannot be used in a’meld’ and therefore are not considered a’meld’ in the game.
- 1 CARD 20-20 is a very easy and fast-paced game.
- This game is played with 8 decks of regular 52 cards between the player and dealer.
- Both, the player and dealer will be dealt one card each.
- The objective of the game is to guess whether the player or dealer will draw a card of the higher value and will therefore win.
- You can place your bets on the player as well as the dealer.
- Ranking of cards: from lowest to highest
- 2, 3 , 4, 5 , 6, 7 , 8, 9 , 10, J , Q , K, A
- If the player and dealer both have the same hands with the same ranking cards but of different suits then the winner will be decided according to the order of the suits
- Order of suits: from highest to lowest
- Spades , Hearts, Clubs , Diamonds
- eg Clubs ACE Diamonds ACE
- Here ACE of Clubs wins.
- If both, the player and dealer hands have the same ranking cards which are of the same suit, then it will be a TIE.
- eg Spades Ace Spades ACE
- In the case of a TIE, bets placed on both the player and dealer will lose the bet amount.
- Pair: Here you can bet that both, the player and dealer will have the same ranking cards irrespective of suits
- Tie: Here you can bet that the game will be a Tie.
Note: In case of a Tie between the player and dealer, bets placed on Side bets will be considered valid.