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The Great Dalmuti   (View Game)

If you've ever played the drinking game (take a look at the rules and you may make the connection!), this card game shares much in common. It also improves upon the US playing card game - and looks nice - so I recommend picking up a copy.

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   A.J. Sansom
Easy game to play. It's the only game that I know of that purposefully sends the message that LIFE IS NOT FAIR! Very unique!

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   Shara_33 - card games
Such a fun card game! You can change your stars- at least in this card game! : ) Start as scum but end up as royalty!! Fun fun fun! Play cards strategically. The goal is to play all your cards first to win the highly coveted title of "Great Dalmuti". Players fill in the lesser ranks as they finish and change to seats to reflect their class. Play is easy. Cards are numbered 12-1 with as many cards in the series as the number on the card. The player who plays the lowest card of the round resumes play for the next round. Intensify the level of difficulty by grouping like numbered cards together- play only continues if other players can play the same number of cards in a lesser number (i.e. five 12's are played, then five eights are played but no one else has five of a certain number. The player who played the five eights starts a new round).

The Great Dalmuti   (View Game)
Easy to learn trick taking card game. Very easy to teach and a good break from all the heavier games. I made 6 hats for the GP, LP, 1stTP, 2ndTP, GD, and LD and they draw lots of laughs and giggles every time I pull them out. No score keeping and you can stop anytime.

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   Ryan Strong
There have been a lot of games with similar game-play to The Great Dalmuti; from Dragonmaster to the popular drinking game P & A. This one is designed by Richard Garfield (of Magic fame) and is probably the best one of all. The artwork is very nice, and the rules are somewhat easier to follow than other incarnations. A great filler game.


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