Contributed by Aviad Shani
Objective: Get rid of all your cards
Cards: standard 52-card pack; no jokers
Start by dealing 4 face-down cards to every player. The player may not look at these face-down cards. Additionally, deal each player 4 cards to their hand. Then place two (2) face up cards on the board (one must be red and the other must be black).
During a player's turn, a player must play 2 cards (one on each pile).
On a black card (Spade or Club), a player must play a card of a higher number, or a red card with the SAME value.
On a red card (heart or diamond), a player must play a card of a lower value, or a black card with the SAME value.
(Note: a red card may be played on a black card, and vice versa. A red card may also be played on a red card, and a black card may be played on a black card)
If a player is only able to play one card, that player plays it on a pile where it can be played and must then draw one card from the deck. If a player is unable to play any cards, the player must draw 2 cards from the deck
Special cards: Ace. An ace of any color may be played on any card, and any card of any color may be placed on an ace.
When a player has no cards in his/her hand, during his/her turn, the player flips the top card in his/her face-down pile. If the card can be played on one (or both) of the stacks, the player plays it on a valid stack and that is the player's turn. If the player cannot play the card on either stack, the player keeps the card in his/her hand and draws 3 more cards.