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Phase 10® Masters Edition in Tin

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4.8 out of 5 stars 81 customer reviews

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  • 1 Green Angled Chute & Drop Through Tunnel
  • 1 Teal Angled Chute & Double Tunnel
  • 1 Orange Vertical Chute
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Product Description

Product Description

The object of the game is to complete each of the ten specific phases. If you complete the phase you advance to the next phase but if you do not you must try again.

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Phase 10® Masters Edition in Tin

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 1.9 x 7.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0006HCT1U
  • Item model number: 8242
  • Our recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,788 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

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This Master version of Phase 10 takes the basic game to a new level. My family loves the original game, but the twists in this new version make the game more interesting, particularly for adults. You'd think the ability to choose which Phase to play for based on the cards dealt to you, would make it a piece of cake to complete the phase. No, no, no -- it doesn't. I'd recommend this game for anyone who likes the original Phase 10 or playing "rummy-style" card games.
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We love phase 10, we have both the card game and phase 10 dice. This game is a nice twist & different enough to own. My problem with it? I have never seen cards made so cheaply. I am very disappointed to have spent money on something that i feel like i will get a dozen uses out of. VERY flimsy cards, I still have a hard time believing how crappy they are. I would not recommend unless you find it somewhere really cheap. Spend your money on something that will last.
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This was a game I hadn't heard of before. I had so much fun playing 3 phases with a neighbor
I ordered a set for myself. The diference between the regular card set and the Masters edition is the Master's Edition has the extra Phase cards for each player, this way your opponents can see what phase you are currently working on, which gives them an edge and makes the game that much more interesting.
Great winter card game, easy to learn. Great game at a low price.
The only thing I wasn't happy about is what I paid for it. I later found that
Target has them for just under seven dollars.
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We love the game Phase 10. Purchased the Masters Edition in the tin as a gift for my son and fiance. I thought it would be nice for them to have a tin to store the cards. We played the game this Christmas and enjoyed it as always. However, the quality of the cards has lessened. They are flimsy and I'm not sure how long they will last after extended play. They were more difficult to shuffle and deal. Wish I had just purchased in the less expensive box. Perhaps the cards would have been sturdier or the company has just cheapened the quality to save money.
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This is a great game for people who love Phase 10 but would like a bit more variety. The other great thing about this game is the ability to be able to choose your phase and save cards to use later in the game.
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This game is very intriguing when you first play. As it progresses the challenge becomes greater! The game becomes more intense when you are down to the wire or close to gettting your spread.
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This is a great alternative to the original Phase 10. Can be a little quicker to finish the game. Is great for the family and fun for just 2 people.
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Phase 10 is a great family fun game--enjoyable for 7 year olds on up. There's no skill required, and no real strategy.

The idea is to finish one phase and then get rid of the cards left in your hand. Be the first to finish all 10 phases and win the game.

The typical game lasts about an hour.

To start each player is dealt 10 cards and they all work on Phase 1, which is getting two sets of three similar cards. three 5's and three 12's, for example. Once you've laid down your phase you're ready to discard your cards and move on to next phase. You can play for points or play to be the first one out.

It's a good game to teach younger children sequences, and counting; and challenging enough to keep kids of ages interested.

Since it's a card game, the durability isn't long lasting--depending upon how rough you are with cards. The tin helps store the cards.

Easy to pick up, and entirely fun.
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