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How To Play 500 (Card Game)

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This video tutorial will teach you how to play the card game 500.

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This video will start by teaching you the general concepts of 500, and is followed by the more detailed features of the game. This tutorial is perfect for beginning players, and experienced players that need a refresher.

After watching, you will know the basics on how to play the card game 500. All that is left to do is grab some friends and start playing!

This 500 tutorial will cover the following topics:

– How to deal the cards

– The overall objective of the game

– How the cards are ranked

– How to bid

– How a round is played

– How to keep score

– A review of the rules

– An example round

Please leave a comment below if you need any additional information about 500, if you have any questions about the game, or if any aspect of the game was not clear in the video.

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34 Comments

  1. Wanted to learn this game, but I’m 100% too stupid 🥲🫡

  2. The very unnatural, staccato rhythm of the narrating instructor in this video makes it more than a little difficult to follow.

  3. I played hundreds of games of this when I was in the navy, such a relaxing game to play with a few drinks

  4. Hello in the first round player C didn’t need to play the joker…his Queen would have won the trick

  5. Nice to see Bicycle Playing Cards being used in this video. I hope they sponsor your channel! 🙂

  6. Disagree with your first play, 6 of hearts. You should lead the Jack of hearts to force out the joker, which was not called.
    (If the jack of hearts was not trumped by the joker on the first play – you could assume that your partner had the joker).
    A very good tutorial for beginners
    Dah……………Just found another bad play. Player C could have won the first play with the Queen of hearts??????? and not use the joker.

  7. Your channel has made evenings with my family very fun.

  8. If you know how to play Euchre, you already know how to play 500.

  9. I love learning card games by you thanks

  10. It is very different from the 500 i was taught so i take that i must go under another name in the states

  11. Great video, we play a variation which is dealt a round of 2 cards,1 middle, round of 3, 1 middle, round of 2, 1 middle and finally round of 3. we also use one red 4 hearts and one black 4 clubs which change suits to the same color bid. the heart becomes a diamond or the club becomes a spade.

  12. Having never played, I have to say im as confused about this game as I was before. Stuck trying to understand what the trick and trump stuff even means, never got a good definition

  13. watches this video before traveling to Australia

  14. I used to play this when I was a kid my parents taught me this game.

  15. Player C should have played the Q of hearts and not wasted the Joker.

  16. Going to be teaching my parents this game tonight with this video. Thanks for this.

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  18. What type of fucked up game is this? Oh hell nah…

  19. Is there a website that you can play 500 bid with other people or against the computer?

  20. Business Opportunity in Ruvol

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    It is my hope that one day Ruvol may surpass chess as the “Number One Board Game in the World.”

    The weakness of chess is it always starts in fixed positions that the opening moves become “memorizable.” In fact, not a few have so mastered the moves that they can play against their opponents “blindfolded.” It is for this very reason that the great Bobby Fischer introduced his so-called “Fischer Random Chess,” where the starting position of the pieces is “randomized” to make the memorization of openings impracticable. Fortunately, it is also for this reason that I invented Ruvol where “every game” has been calculated to be a challenging one to play.

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  21. Every player is dealt ten cards, so when each player plays one card, that is a trick. There are ten tricks.
    The team that won the bid, chose a suit and a number. The suit in the bid is the trump. The trump always wins the trick (the hand). Jack’s of the same colored suit as the trump (spades with clubs, diamonds with hearts) are considered trumps as well. The jokers just win against everything. The number in the bid is an estimation of the amount of tricks to win. The score of the game is based on this number estimate, along with the suit, and looking at a scorecard can be helpful.
    Hopefully this helped some of you out, as I kept asking my family what these terms meant and they could not explain, then I went to watch this video, and the video did not explain either. Needless to say I was very frustrated.

  22. You didn’t include Nulla for 250pts falling between 8S and 8C bids

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