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How to Play: Ranter-Go-Round

Poker chips serve as "lives" in this game.
What you need: A standard deck of playing cards and tokens (poker chips, candy, pennies). Any number of players can play this game.
How to play: The object is not to have the lowest card at...
Be the last remaining player with a life or lives.

How to Play: Old Maid

Don't get stuck with the Old Maid! Credit: Getty Images What you need: Two to eight players and a pack of Old Maid cards or a standard pack of playing cards. When using a regular deck, a card is either removed or added, resulting in on...The object of this game is not to be the old maid!

How to Play: Slapjack

Slap the jack, win the pile. Credit: Corbis
What you need: Two to eight players and a standard deck of playing cards. How to play: Cards are divided into face-down stacks as equally as possible among the players. One player removes the top ca...

How to Play: Gin Rummy

Create melds in Gin Rummy. Credit: lilit, Flickr
What you need: Two players and a standard pack of playing cards. How to play: A dealer is chosen, and she deals 10 cards to the other player and herself. The 21st card is placed face up as the d...

How to Play: Crazy Eights

Eights are crazy! Credit: Getty Images
What you need: Two or more players and a deck of playing cards. How to play: One player, chosen as the dealer, deals out five cards (seven cards if only two are playing) to each player. The rest of the ca...

How to Play: Snap

Oh, snap! Credit: Nikki L., Flickr
What you need: Two to four players and a standard deck of playing cards. How to play: The entire deck of cards is dealt out to each player in face down stacks. Players take turns taking the top card of their ...

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