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How To Play Garbage (Card Game)

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This video tutorial will teach you how to play the card game Garbage (aka Trash). Find more at

This video will start by teaching you the general concepts of Garbage, 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 Garbage. All that is left to do is grab some friends and start playing!

This Garbage tutorial will cover the following topics:

– The deal

– The overall objective

– The game play

– Winning

– Rules review

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65 Comments

  1. this was very helpful you explained the game very well

  2. I assume I'm the last round that only Ace can be Ace, as in no wild cards?

  3. This is my favorite card game and whenever I beat someone I say “your trash!” 😂😂

  4. I play this with my cousin its fun! But i add 11 12 too

  5. When my friend asks what this game is:
    f=Friend
    m=Me

    f:hi Steve! what is that game?
    m:this game is GARBAGE
    f:really is it that bad!?
    m: XDDDDDD

  6. 🙂

    ✅Retaliate: Card game.

    * Retaliate is a war game using 1 set of playing cards.

    🔷To Start:

    Up to 2 players, each will receive 7 or 9 cards.

    Both must play cards at the same time (also if stalemated). Who’s ever gets eliminated they must retaliate.

    🔷To Eliminate:

    A card can eliminate if it has a higher value: 10♦️ >>> 6♠️.

    A card can also eliminate if it has a lower value but has the same suit: 2♥️ >>> 9♥️.

    🔷To Reinforce Cards:

    * Reinforce cards are multiple cards with the same suit or rank.

    Same suit will total the value.

    Same rank can switch suits.

    🔷To Stalemate:

    When cards are the same value both sides are eliminated.

    🔷To Win:

    The opponent can’t play.

    🔷Q & A:

    Q- Can we look at our cards?
    A- Yes! In this game you must choose your cards to play.

    Q- About reinforced cards, do I play on what’s already put or use multiple at once?
    A- Yes! Both play styles are possible, but it’s depending on if you already have a card out.

    Q- So I have out a 2, a 10, and a jack and they’re all the same suit. But the my opponent plays a 7 and it’s also the same suit. So is all my cards eliminated except for the 2 or all my cards eliminated in total?
    A- That is optional, but “all cards eliminated in total” is recommended.

  7. why is the game called garbage😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂????????????????????????????????????????????????

  8. probably this game is garbage or should I say cardbage😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  9. If you only have one deck but four or five players, could you have everyone start at six cards?

  10. I love how this doesnt take any or even that much skill to win

  11. I always played it with the jack being the only end of turn card, the king being wild, and a queen being draw again.

  12. This is stupid because there is no spot for king because it's not a wild j is….

  13. Me: What are we playing?
    Friend: Garbage
    Me: Couldn't agree more.

  14. Could you play it with only 32 Cards?

  15. I play this often with my son.. we use the same rules but we use all 54 cards.. the Red Jacks are wild and holds the spot until the card that goes in the spot is found… and the Jokers are used as super wild cards, meaning that any of the 2 Jokers can be placed permanently in any spot

  16. We just called this "tens" at school. Many of the students in grade 3-5 really enjoy this!

  17. you can not move a Ace where the king is

  18. Honestly saw the name of the game and cards. I'm down. Excited to ask people if they want to play GARBAGE!!

  19. Great job?!?!? My mom kicked my ass in this game?!?

  20. thank you because i havent played this in years and i forgot how to play but now i remember

  21. More than 3 players use two of cards. Also, depending on what region of the United States you live in, it is called Trash. I play the game all the time with my students.

  22. My sister and her friend were the first people to start playing this card in the K-5 after school care. We called it Trash can, played with skip-bo cards and once someone won we’d play again but the person who won would only have 11 cards not 12. We continued playing until someone would start with no cards. The skip-bo card could be used as any card. It became a known game that everyone played. Yeah, we were really bored in after school care. When someone drew a card that was already flipped up, they would hand it to the other player, and if they didn’t need it it would be put in the trash can, I haven’t played it in years but want to.

  23. Can you show us how to play garbage single player?

  24. The jack is supposed to be used to jack other players card and you can't win with jacks on your side till you replace them with kings or numbers (at least that's how I was taught in jail)

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  26. If you draw a King and place it in a number slot and the face-down card is the number of that number slot, can you place that number slot card there and move the king to another slot?

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  28. Okay I love this game !!!!!! 🙌🏽💯

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