How to play Screw your Neighbor (aka Cuckoo/Chase the Ace/Ranter Go Round) - c4gamingstudio.com

How to play Screw your Neighbor (aka Cuckoo/Chase the Ace/Ranter Go Round)

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Learn the rules to the playing card game Screw your Neighbor quickly and concisely – This video has no distractions, just the rules. While there are many variations to Screw your Neighbor, this video covers the original base rules. Step into the world of rolling thunder gameplay and take on the role of a elite agent in this classic shooter game! With its fast-paced gameplay and challenging levels, Rolling Thunder 2 is a game that will keep you engaged for hours on end. So why wait? Play Rolling Thunder 2 online now and start your mission today!

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RULES:
The object of the game is to not have the lowest card. Each player starts the game with an equal number of life, usually 3. Pick a dealer who shuffles a standard 52 card deck of playing cards, with king high and ace low. The dealer deals 1 card to each player. Players look at their card but keep it hidden from others.

Beginning with the player left of the dealer then proceeding clockwise, each player has one turn. On your turn you may either keep your card or try to exchange it with the player to your left. Your neighbor must accept the exchange unless they have a king, in which case they show the king and you keep your card. On the dealer’s turn, they may try to exchange their card from the remaining deck, instead of the player to their left, but if the card obtained is a king, the dealer must keep their original card.

After everyone has had their turn, everyone exposes their card and whoever has the lowest card loses 1 life. Suite is irrelevant, so if several players tie for lowest they all lose a life. Once you lose all your lives you are out of the game. The last player standing, in wins.

18 Comments

  1. Screw your neighbour😂😂😂😂😂

  2. Parents always called it cajole your neighbor 😅

  3. I glance at this video on a Google search and close to tab only to glance at a midnight crew card at the last second wOW

  4. In my HS sophmore English class, everyone would finish the lesson in like 10 mins and spend the rest of the hour playing this. Best class of the day.

  5. I’m taking orders. Who wants to get cut off first.

  6. My family calls this up your dingy and if you have a king you go” up your dingy”

  7. What if there are 2-4 players left, they all have 1 life left, and they all have the lowest card?

  8. Girls in my neighborhood actually played this tonight

  9. This is an old 19th century Cornish game called Ranter Go Round. It must have starte life as a gambling game, but is now a children's or family game. Usually if you are forced to exchange an ace, 2 or 3, you have announce it. In Cornwall, the ace was "wee", the 2 was the "pig's toe" and 3 was the "tailor's yard". Ranter Go Round is the best name for this game as it can't be confused with anything else. Screw Your Neighbor is an alternative name for no less than 5 different card games and Chase the Ace is also the name of a popular type of lottery that just happens to use cards. As far as I know, no-one ever calls it Cuckoo – that's a name that appears in card books because there is a very similar but even older French game called Coucou that may be ancestral to Ranter. The Italian game Cucu is like this one in concept but uses special cards. Enjoy!

  10. What about the first player to the left? What card do they have if they just passed their card?

  11. I thought that you meant, never mind😏😏😏

  12. The easiest way to win the game:
    Step 1: grab a screw driver and a screw.
    Step 2: screw your neighbor.

  13. What if the last two players end up with the same card

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