Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Pleepleus Card Drinking Games (Waterproof Playing Cards)

At first I was skeptical of buying yet another deck of cards to add to my collection. However, after checking these out, I was pretty pleased with the product, and now I don’t have to worry about ruining my other card decks while drinking and playing!

The cards are thick and durable, and the waterproof coating holds up to pretty extensive spills. For a test, we soaked a few of the cards in a bowl of water for five minutes, and they came out good as new. Not bad!

The set also includes a tin for traveling as well as instructions for 10 drinking games the likes of which probably won’t surprise you but are always good in a pinch. King’s Cup can always get interesting! Of course the ability for these cards to be used for any drinking card game you can come up with is where they prove their worth as a staple for any party.

Game: Pleepleus Card Drinking Games (Waterproof Playing Cards)
Players: Varies
Difficulty: Easy
Review: 4/5

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Drink Drank Drunk Games

Drink Drank Drunk was a shot in the dark. Card games made up of mini-games usually are. Alas, in the search for the best drinking card game, we decided to try it out.

The rules of the game are simple. Spread out the cards in a messy face down pile on the table, the deck owner decides who goes first, draw a card, and do the mini game. Some are easy…some are hard, and some can get a bit interesting. Depending on how “creative” your friends are, we could definitely see the potential for different game outcomes, so there is some re-playability there.

We recommend this game when you have a good sized group of folks who aren’t afraid to have a little fun.

Players: Two to Ten
Difficulty: Easy
Fun Factor:  4/5

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Red Car and Blue Car Kids Games Part 2

The players sit in a circle and pretend to be mechanics repairing cars.

A toy car can be present for a visual.

A leader is chosen, and everyone in the group get a name Red Car, Blue Car, Black Car, Yellow Car, Brown Car, etc.

The leader then takes the toy car and pretends to examine the work which is supposed to have been done by the mechanics. He is supposed to discover something that wasn't fixed right and asks: "Who did it, Blue Car?" The person named "Blue Car" immediately answers: "Not me." the leader says "Who then?" the "Blue Car" mechanic says "Yellow Car" Yellow Car must then answer in the same manner and name another mechanic.

If the mechanic doesn't realize his name has been called then he is out of the game.

This game is intended to be fast paced, the results will be very entertaining to the players and anyone watching.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Tic, Tac, Toe Small Indoor Games for Kids 1

This is a two player game.

Take a piece of paper and with a pencil draw two horizontal lines and two vertical lines that intersect the horizontal lines. It should look like a grid with nine boxes.

One player will be the "O's" and the other the "X's". The idea of this game is for one of the players to get three of their letters in a row, either up and down, side to side, or diagonally. It is up to the players to try to block each others move. preventing them to win but leaving a strategy for themselves to win.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Cards Against Humanity – Also known as CAH!

CAH (Cards Against Humanity) is simply one of the best party games. It’s not explicitly a drinking game, but its humorous and adding drinking game rules to this card game makes it even better. We’ve played a lot of CAH and came up with a couple drinking rules, we decided to share it in this list of card drinking games. This card game is like a politically incorrect version of Apples to Apples, and sometimes gets downright crude. If you are able to tolerate the sensitive material then your party will definitely be laughing and having fun.

The gameplay is straight forward, everyone gets a starting hand of playing cards. A dealer rotates clockwise selecting a black card from the deck and he or she is the judge for that round. Everyone else plays one of their best cards face down, to match with the black card. Then the judge reviews and reads aloud all the anonymous submissions, selecting a winner. The winner of the round gets the black card and the game continues. The winning condition is when someone collects a pre-set amount of black cards. There are expansion packs that are highly recommended, because the more cards in the mix, the more creative combinations can occur.

We have a couple of drinking rules to go along with it, which makes it just that much more fun. Our favorite drinking rule is to have the winner of the round have to take a drink. This works out well, because players are incentivized to win the round, but it will come with the cost of sobriety J. Another drinking rule to try, is for the judge to also pick a “worst” submission for the round, and that person must take a shot or drink. We like this one because it adds another dimension for the judging part of the game.

Overall this is one of the best games recommended for a drinking party. Check it out and post your best card combinations in the comments!

Online Blackjack Tips and Tricks

Anybody looking for a game that is both easy and thrilling, blackjack seems the usual choice. Also identified as Pontoon or Vignt Un, this is a accepted game at customary casinos as well as at online casino websites. There are numerous versions of blackjack, even though the fundamental game comprises of the same idea - for the gambler to reach as near to the number 21 as possible, without going over that amount.
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Blackjack is gambled against the trader and the other gamblers at the table are of no significance to the outcome of the gambler’s hand. It is significant to note that since  the conflicting rules and regulations between casinos, and the alternative of the game of blackjack, gamblers should take time to interpret the directions of each game carefully before play for real money.(Refer Online Poker).

How to gamble Blackjack

The Basics

Blackjack can be gambled with one, two, four, six or eight decks of cards.

Gamblers need to get as near to the number 21 as likely, by defeating the trader's hand and not going over this sum.

Bets are located before the game commences.

The worth of the dealt cards is added to arrive at 21 or nearest.

The expertise of blackjack lies in the capability of the gambler to decide whether to be dealt another card to get faster to 21, or to stand with what he has.

Card Values

The suits in blackjack are of no result. Face cards have a value of 10, while the cards varying from 2-10 have face value. Aces are either valued at 1 or 11, depending on the hands being gambled. A hand that does not have an Ace or where the Ace is counted as one is known as a hard hand, while a hand that containes of an Ace that counts as 11 is known as a soft hand.

The Beginnings of a Blackjack Game

Gamblers begin a game of blackjack by judginga suitable table. Blackjack tables usually seat six people. Vital things to look out for at a suitable blackjack table comprise of a minimum and maximum wagers, deck sizes and alternative rules.(Refer Texas Hold’em Poker).

Once the bets are placed, each gambler is dealt two cards and then the trader takes two cards for himself. In most alternatives of blackjack, the gambler has one card facing up and one card facing down.If a gambler believes that the trader has been dealt a blackjack (21), he can take out an assurance bet at this point in the game.

All bets will be cleared and the gambler will be paid out 2:1 if the dealer has been dealt a blackjack. If not, the gambler loses the insurance bet.In most cases, gamblers are dealt cards face up and should thus not handle the cards. Once gamblers see their two cards, they are faced with the decision of how to continue in the game.

Herein lies the ability element of blackjack: To take more cards to reach the number 21 and danger going 'bust' or to wait with what they have been dealt and hope to succeed with that amount.