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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
A great game for anyone who loves a challenge!
With elements of rummy (cards played in sequence) and poker (chips!), Michigan Rummy will appeal to fans of both games. To begin a game, each player puts a chip in each of nine compartments in the plastic game board. Seven of the compartments are identified with a bonus card. When that card is played during the game, the holder of the card wins the corresponding chips. A deck of cards is completely dealt at the beginning of the game. Cards are played by suit, with the first player playing the lowest card in their hand. Play moves to any player who has the next card in the suit and continues until no plays are left. Play then moves to another suit. The object of the game is to discard all cards while collecting bonus chips. If a bonus isn't collected in one game, the chips remain in the compartment and are carried over to the next game. The center compartment is won by the first player to empty their hand. The Poker Pool is won by the player with the best poker hand at the end of the game. Card deck not included. --Wendy Slotboom
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This game if fast paced. I played this game with my co-workers once a week. We had a blast with it. Now I play it with my kids and hubby. Nibbles and chips complete a fun night in!Published 1 month ago by Gallant Friend
Hard to get excited about a game...First played it in the 60' in Japan and Turkey where we had no TV. This particular one that I ordered is fine.Published 1 month ago by Pcola
Its a rather flimsy piece of plastic. I am going to try to find a flat piece of wood to attach it to for stability and endurance. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gail Zuchowski
Very disappointed in how flimsy the tray is. Owned one of these from my parents many years ago and the tray was much sturdier. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cindy