Four Card games for house parties

Card games are incredible fun when played in our houses. Playing card games within family increases bonds and provide great entertainment. Thinking about organizing a house party with friends and relatives? While snacks, drinks, and decorations are things to consider, Card games should be your number one pick. Card games foster socializing and health rivalry and also enlightens the mood and keeps us creative. Next time you are planning to organize a house party, try any of these card games to make the party lively and more energetic. These games can be enjoyed by irrespective of their gender/race/ethnicity.

Card Games for House parties

1. Rummy

Indian Rummy is a card game that has been incredibly popular among the Indian masses. The game is regularly played during all major Indian festivals and family gatherings. All you would require is a deck of cards, preferably two atleast depending on the numbers to get started. The main objective in the game is to arrange the 13 cards dealt into proper sequences and/or sets. Being a skill game, rummy games are simply a riot in terms of fun and thrill.

2. Poker

Poker is another card game that is gaining immense popularity all over India. To play poker, all you would need is a deck of cards and chips to represent bets. Contrary to the popular perception that poker is gambling, it’s majorly a skill game with the gambling part occupying a tiny space. The game requires the right dose of analytical and judgement skills. Why not subject your guest to don their thinking hat before going all berserk with fun?

3. Teen Patti

It’s an quintessential Indian card game. Though betting and luck plays a major role, people love the fun in the game. Before the game commences, every player should puts stacks in the pots. 3 cards are dealt to each player, one at a time. Then you to have to placewager on the player with the best hand. The wagering begins in a clockwise direction. You can either increase your wager or fold. The last player who remains after every other’s folded wins the prizepool.

4. Donkey/Ass

Remember the good old game that we enjoyed in the bygone years? This game is well enjoyed with a crowd. The objective is to get rid of all the cards in your hand. The last person remaining with cards is referred as the Donkey. Player who receives the Ace of Spade starts the game. If a player plays clubs in a round, every player must player must play a spade card. If any opponent does not have clubs in his hand, then the player who discarded the highest card among clubs will have to take all the cards. As in like many other cards, the focus here is to get rid of the highest cards first.

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