Sevens is a great social card game that can be played by 3 to 8 people.  Be the first player to get rid of all your cards to win this game.  You will find the video tutorial and explanation for Sevens below.

Sevens Tutorial:


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Needed: 52 card deck; 3-8 players; poker chips

Ante: Each player antes 1 chip into a middle pot before the cards are dealt.

Deal: All the cards are dealt out, one card at a time.  It is okay if some players have 1 more card than others.

Objective: The object of the game is to be the first player to get rid of his/her cards each round.  Players can play cards into the middle that build out from the 7s.

Card Rank: K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, A 

Game Play:  The 7s begin the foundation piles from which all other cards are built.  The player left of the dealer is first to play.  A 7 has to be the first card played.  Once a 7 is played, a 6 or 8 in the same suit can be played off of that 7.  Cards continue to be played in sequence from the available cards on the middle foundation piles.  Only one card is played per turn.  If a player cannot play a card into the middle, he/she pays one chip into the middle pot.  

The round is over once a player plays his/her last card.  All other players pay the pot chips equal to the number of cards still in their hand at the end.  The winner of the round is awarded all the chips in the middle pot.  The winner is the player with the most chips after an agreed upon amount of deals. 

Rule: If a player can make a play, the player must play.