Playing cards were invented in the 9th century by the Tang dynasty. One person will be assigned as the dealer. The rest grab a beer and get ready to drink. Objective: Correctly guess the type of card pulled by the dealer from a series of questions. For each round, you will use all previous cards dealt to you by the dealer as a benchmark for guessing. If you guess incorrectly, you drink.
Oh Hell is a trick-taking card game in which the object is to take exactly the number of tricks bid, unlike contract bridge and spades : taking more tricks than bid is a loss. It was first described by B. Westall around The game of Oh Hell explores the idea of taking an exact number of tricks specified by a bid before the hand. It differs from other trick-taking games in that players play a fixed number of hands. The game uses trumps , often decided by a cut of the deck after the hand's cards have been distributed. The game is played using a standard card deck, with ace A being the highest rank, two 2 the lowest.
Few things in life as are universally beloved as fermented juices, made from every fruit and vegetable on the globe. Even more than food, alcohol is one of the great unifying items in the human experience, and a spectacular way to survive married life. As people, we innately come together at watering holes to drown our sorrows with our peers, socialize with our favorite social lubricant, and make awful decisions that are often filmed and put online for permanent posterity. But drinking alone is only fun for a little while. What every serious session of imbibing needs is a game to go along with it — preferably one wherein coordination plays a key role, so that as more alcohol is consumed, the results get ever more strange and humiliating.
Screw Your Neighbor is a fairly simple card game, sometimes called in dealer's choice poker games. The game goes by other names including Ranter-Go-Round, Le Her, and something too indecent to put in writing. In my experience, it tends to be called when everybody is too tired or drunk to call a real poker game requiring serious thought.