The 1st hand deal determines the ""Presidential Order"". The first dealer is chosen by who's youngest. The dealer then deal out all cards. The player to the left of the dealer plays first.

The idea of the overall game is to get rid of all your playing cards first.

To begin the game you can put down any card or cards with the identical face value.

The player following you have to put down a card of the same or greater value. They have to also use the exact quantity of cards as you did (Doubles on Doubles, Triples on Triples). When you lay down doubles (two cards of the exact value) then they must lay down 2 of something equivalent or greater. If ever the player lays down the same card as the previous person then the following player is skipped and have to drink. Also if you cannot play any of your cards then you have to skip and drink.

The playing cards are cleared if a two is played or if none can ""beat"" the last card. Once the cards are cleared the player can begin with any card of their choosing. If a four is played it's a social and every one gamers must drink.

Game continues until all playing cards have been played. After the first hand we start the ""Presidential Order"" which is usually a ranking system which is as follows: President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Senators, Vice Asshole, Asshole.

Whoever goes out first becomes the new President for the next game, the 2nd player becomes the Vice-President, and so on. For the next rounds. The best part of the games is that any person who ranks above you can make you drink at any time.

Administrative Mandates:

The Asshole (Last Person Out) have always deal and clear the playing cards. In addition, the Asshole have to give the two top cards of their hand to the President.

The President gives the two worst playing cards of their hand to the Asshole.

The Vice Asshole (Next to Last Person Out) have to give their greatest card to the Vice President.

The Vice President gives the Vice Asshole their worst card.

Keep in mind: If the President remains in position for 3 games they could make a rule of their choosing.

Card Values in order lowest to highest: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace, 2 (Clearing Card)


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