How To: Play The Card Game "Judgment"

Definition Judgment is a game where you have to predict the number of hands you'll make and try to make those number of hands that you predict. It is a game usually for 3 or more players. Even 2 players can play but then the game won't be that interesting. 5 players can play the game using one deck of 52 cards. Jokers have no role here.

How To: Play The Card Game "Seven Eight"

This is a game played by 2 players. It cannot be played by more than 2 players and is played using 30 cards. Regular jokers have no role here. However there are 2 additional jokers, the seven of hearts which is the big joker and the seven of spades which is the small joker.

How To: Play the card game Sixteen

The multiple award-winning card game Sixteen is packed with head-to-head action. If you can you count to 16 and take calculated risks, then you can force your opponent to bust. But play your cards defensively at the right time or the tables will turn! Win the most sets and you'll win the game. It sounds simple (and it is), but Sixteen's unique strategy and cribbage-like counting will hold the attention of even the most seasoned game players.

How To: Learn to play spades

In this card game video series, learn how to play spades. Get basic rules and directions, as well as strategies for winning more books or tricks in a hand of spades. Once you get a handle on the basics, watch the advanced series on spades strategy and become a master card shark.

How to Win a game of Magic: The Gathering before the first turn

This might be the most impressive feat of Magic: The Gathering deck building available on Wonderhowto. Jedi1josh has created deck that allows you to win a game of Magic not in one turn, but in zero turns. Yes, if you let your opponent have the first turn, this deck allows you to kill them, with 32 damage no less, before their first upkeep. This video will show you how to make it.

How To: Count cards in Blackjack

In this tutorial, we learn how to count cards in Blackjack. The basic principle in counting cards is that high cards are better for the player and the low cards are better for the dealers. There's a high concentration of Aces and 10's which gives you a higher chance of blackjack. 10's will increase the chances the dealer loses and you win. It's not hard to count cards, it's a simple system of adding and subtracting by 1. It is very simple where you learn how the high and low system works. Onc...

Become a judge for Magic: The Gathering

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to become a judge for the card game, Magic: The Gathering. The best way to join is to contact a level 2 judge. Judges must put rules in context. If confused or unsure, use online forums for a guide. Interact with the judge community. You don't have to be a certified judge to run a local event. The tournament policies and procedures can be found in the Universal Tournament Rules, Floor Rules or PCI Penalty guidelines. This video will benefit those view...

How To: Count cards in Blackjack without the Hi-Lo method

This film explains how you can beat the odds by counting cards in blackjack. It's entirely silent so you have to look at the on-screen text. You'll see the whole deck laid out in rank - ace down to two - and suit - spades, diamonds, hearts and clubs. Partway through the video the words 'if you look carefully' come up faintly on the screen. Then they disappear again, leaving you with a view of all the cards laid out as before. It may be difficult to see from this exactly what the presenter int...

How To: Count cards with the Hi-Lo system

The video shows us how to count the cards using the Hi-Lo system. This involves steps and the first step is to assign the values to the cards. Take any deck of cards and then assign the value '+1' to the cards from 2 to 6, value '0' to the cards from 7 to 9 and the rest of the cards Ace, 10, Jack, Queen and the King are assigned the value '-1'. This is a helpful strategy. When the count is higher, there are more high cards than low cards in the remaining cards. When the count is lower, there ...

How To: Build a deck for playing Elder Dragon Highlander, a Magic: The Gathering game

If you're bored of plain old Magic: The Gathering and want to play a new, easy-to-learn, and awesome variation of the game? This video will teach you how to build a deck for playing Elder Dragon Highlander (EDH), a 100-card version of Magic where no card can be repeated except lands and some other rules have been awesomely changed. Check out this video for a guide to actually playing the game.

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