CLASSIC CARD GAMES

We have a long list of all the classic card games here for you. Look for the green dots for the ConvoRules.

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Anaconda

Suitable for 3-8 players

This poker game has three rounds of discards, but your unwanted cards end up in the hands of your opponents. The best five-card hand wins. Click here for rules

Blackjack

Suitable for 2-8 players

Players try to beat the dealer by getting close to 21 points without going over. Blackjack with the ConvoRules and The Original make for a perfect first date. Click here for rules

Casino

Suitable for 2-4 players

Capture as many cards as you can, which you may do in a variety of ways. Get yourself as many points as possible. The first player to reach 21 points wins. Click here for rules

Cheat

Suitable for 3-8 players

Win the game ridding yourself of all your cards, either admirably or by cheating. Yes, you can cheat. Just make sure you don't get caught! This game is very well suited for your ConvoCards. Click here for rules

Concentration

Suitable for 2-10 players

This game is also known as Memory or Pairs. Put your ability to memorize to the test with this game of matching cards and outsmarting your opponent. Click here for rules

Crazy Eights

Suitable for 2-8 players

Play a card that matches the number or suit of the previously played card. Eights are wild, but are they wilder than your answers to the questions on the cards? Click here for rules

Egyptian War

Suitable for 2-6 players

This game becomes interesting as soon a faceless face card is played. However, the faces you should be focused on are the faces of the people who you're asking questions to. Click here for rules

Euchre

Suitable for 4 players

Two two-person teams try to take tricks and beat the opponent team in first reaching 11 points. In regular Euchre, the cards 2-8 are not used, but in ConvoEuchre they are used for their questions. Click here for rules

Gin

Suitable for 2-4 players

The classic game people in TV series always seem to be playing. Take chances to reach Gin or play it safe by knocking. Be the first person to reach 100 points to win. Click here for rules

Go Fish

Suitable for 2-6 players

This easy-to-learn game is perfectly suited for including some great questions into the action. No fishing gear is needed to play. Collect the most "books" to win the game. Click here for rules

Hearts

Suitable for 3-4 players

This tricky game can jitter your nerves, but don't get so paralyzed that you get stuck with the Queen of Spades. If you want to win, make sure you have the least points when the game is over. Click here for rules

Indian poker

Suitable for 3-13 players

Even without the questions of ConvoCards, this game produces a lot of smiles and twisted facial expressions. This game is simple and fun even with many players. Click here for rules

Ninety-Nine

Suitable for 3-10 players

It starts out simple but gets more and more scary and difficult as the round goes on. The ConvoRules takes pity on the losers in this game. Click here for rules

Old Maid

Suitable for 2-8 players

A fun and easy-to-learn game about pairing cards. Don't hold on to the last remaining, single, card, unless you want to be the old maid. Click here for rules

Pig

Suitable for 3-13 players

Try to collect four of a kind. If you can't, be quick with your thumb, otherwise you will become a pig. However, it's not all bad. The ConvoRules favour the to-be-pigs. Click here for rules

Poker

Suitable for 2-10 players

The classic game of out-handing or out-bidding your opponents using the various poker hands possible. How is your poker face, and are you able to hold it when playing with the ConvoRules? Click here for rules

President

Suitable for 3-6 players

Get rid of your cards first to win this game. This is a game where one round is simply not enough, and that's good because this game is addictively fun! Click here for rules

Ranter-Go-Round

Suitable for 3-13 players

Hold on to your tokens to not lose, and try to screw your neighbour in the process. Enjoyable with both few and many players, and you'll learn it quickly! Click here for rules

Rummy

Suitable for 2-4 players

Get rid of your cards by making runs or sets, or by building on runs and sets. The first person to rid themselves of their cards win. Do you dare to make Rummy? Click here for rules

Rummy 500

Suitable for 2-8 players

Add more cards and more players, and you got yourself Rummy 500.  With slightly different rules than regular Rummy, win the race of getting to 500 points first. Click here for rules

Sequence

Suitable for 2-10 players

Build on the following card of the suit played. Try to rid yourself of your cards first to win points. Otherwise you'll lose them. The leading person should be prepared to talk when playing with the ConvoRules. Click here for rules

Slapjack

Suitable for 2-8 players

Slap the Jack when a person lays one. It's that simple! But of course, there some rules to the game. The ConvoRules are the most fun. Click here for rules

Spades

Suitable for 4 players

Partner-up and make a bid for how many tricks you think your team will collect. Playing Spades with the ConvoRules make for a perfect double date evening. Click here for rules

Texas Hold 'Em

Suitable for 2-10 players

Perhaps the most famous poker game, and for good reason. You get two cards, see what you can make out of them. This one is also a lot of fun with the ConvoRules. Click here for rules

War

Suitable for 2-13 players

There are some games out there quite difficult to learn. War is definitely not one of those games! With the ConvoRules and The Original, this game is perfectly suited for a date. Click here for rules

Whist

Suitable for 4 players

This good ol' game divides the four players into two teams. The teams try to win as many tricks as possible to win points. A great game if you're on a double date or with the family. Click here for rules