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This video is the complete tutorial of bluff card game in urdu/hindi.
ITis a card game where the players aim to get rid of all of their cards. It is a game of deception, with cards being played face-down and players being permitted to lie about the cards they have played. A challenge is usually made by players calling out the name of the game, and the loser of a challenge has to pick up every card played so far. Cheat is classed as a party game. As with many card games, cheat has an oral tradition and so people are taught the game under different names.
One pack of 52 cards is used for four or fewer players; five or more players should combine two 52-card packs. Shuffle the cards and deal them as evenly as possible among the players. No cards should be left. Some players may end up with one card more or less than other players. Players may look at their hands.
A player’s turn consists of discarding one or more cards face down, and calling out their rank—which may be a lie.
The player who sits to the left of the dealer (clockwise) takes the first turn, and must call aces. The second player does the same, and must call twos. Play continues like this, increasing rank each time, with aces following kings.
If any player thinks another player is lying, they can call the player out by shouting “Cheat” (or “Bluff”, “I doubt it”, etc.), and the cards in question are revealed to all players. If the accused player was indeed lying, they have to take the whole pile of cards into their hand. If the player was not lying, the caller must take the pile into their hand. Once the next player has placed cards, however, it is too late to call out any previous players.
The game ends when any player runs out of cards, at which point they win.
A common British variant allows a player to pass their turn if they don’t wish to lie or if all the cards of the required rank have clearly been previously played.
Some variants allow a rank above or below the previous rank to be called. Others allow the current rank to be repeated or progress down through ranks instead of up.
Some variants allow only a single card to be discarded during a turn.
In some variations, a player may also lie about the number of cards they are playing, if they feel confident that other players will not notice the discrepancy. This is challenged and revealed in the usual manner.
In some variations, all cards (not just the ones in question) are publicly revealed after a challenge, providing information about which players lied about their cards.
In another variant, players must continue placing cards of the same rank until someone calls “Cheat” or everyone decides to pass a turn.