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Each player now has two piles of cards in front of himself. The left hand pile is the player's hand and the player picks up this pile. The right hand pile of cards is passed to the player on his right.
This pile becomes the other player's foot. The foot piles stay face down until later in the game. The object of the game is to get the most points.
There are four rounds to the game and on each round each player tries to get rid of all his cards while putting the most points he can on the table.
Jokers and Twos are wild cards. In the game you make "sets" of cards which are three or more of the same card - three kings, five eights, etc.
The suit of cards makes no difference. You cannot make a set of Jokers or Twos - these can only be used as wild cards. You cannot make a set of threes, regardless of the colour.
Cards "down" on the table count for you and are added to your score. Cards left in your hand or in your Foot count against you and are subtracted from your score.
Since you cannot make sets of Threes, a Three can only count against you. Discard red threes immediately. On each round you have to have a number of points the first time you "put down" points onto the table.
Once a player has the minimum points down, the player has no minimum for the rest of the round. On each player's turn he picks up cards, optionally puts cards down on the table for points, and then discards.
On each turn a player picks up TWO cards from the main piles. He can pick up both cards from the same pile or one card from each pile.
He plays his turn and then discards one card. The player can only pick up from the discard pile if. Wild cards cannot count for the two cards in his hand.
You cannot pick up a top discard of twos, threes or jokers because you cannot make a "set" from those cards. Remember that if this is the first time the player is "putting down" cards for that round he has to have a minimum to put down the first time.
When a player gets rid of all his cards from his hand, he picks up his Foot and continues to play from there. If someone "goes out" before a player gets into his Foot, all the points in his Foot count against him including any dreaded red threes.
There are two ways to "get into your foot". One is to put down all your cards except one discard card which you discard.
Your turn ends, you have no cards, you pick up your Foot. You can begin using your Foot on your next turn. The other way to get into your Foot is to completely use up all the cards in your Hand by putting them down as points on the table.
If you can put down all your cards without discarding then you can immediately pick up your Foot and begin using the cards during the same turn.
During the game you attempt to get piles of seven or more of the same card. If a pile has seven or more cards and there are no wild cards in the pile then the pile is called a Clean Pile.
If there are seven or more cards in the pile and there are wild cards in the pile, then the pile is called a Dirty Pile. By convention, once a pile reaches seven cards they are pulled together into a neat stack and either a red or black card from the pile is moved to the top of the pile.
A red card on top signifies that the pile is a Clean Pile. A black card on top signifies a Dirty Pile. A Clean Pile is worth points and a Dirty Pile is worth points.
These points are in addition to the points from the cards themselves each King is worth 10 points for example. In any set of cards you must have at least one more normal card than wild cards.
For example, if you have three fives you can add up to two wild cards to the set. You can't add a third wild card until there are four fives down.
Note that any wild card in a set makes the entire set dirty.