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Here are the basic rules of the games :
29 card game :
Twenty-Nine is a South Asian trick-taking card game. Twenty-Nine is generally a four-player game with two partnerships. Partners face each other during play. The game utilizes only 32 cards of a standard 52-card deck, 8 cards per suit. The cards rank as follows: J (high), 9, A, 10, K, Q, 8, and 7 (low). The roles are set before the game begins. The dealer distributes 8 cards to all the participants. The player sitting over the right side of the dealer starts the bidding. The bid by the first person must be higher than 15. As it is a 29-card game, the bid must not exceed 29.
Hazari is a vying or comparing game commonly played in Bangladesh and other surrounding areas (such as Bhutan). Hazari (which translates to “1000”) also commonly goes by the name “1000 Points” which describes the number of points a player is required to score in order to be victorious. The game of Hazari is based on comparing 3-card combinations. The types of combinations from highest to lowest are 1. Troy, 2. Color Run, 3. Run, 4. Color, 5. Pair and 6. Indi. A higher type of combination always beats a lower type – for example, any Color Run beats any ordinary Run. The one with the higher cards wins between two combinations of the same type.
The objective is to make minimum hands similar to the call. The calls are numbers that represent the number of hands that a particular player bids to win. A player can call between 1-13, with the lowest call as 1 and the highest remaining 13. Every player needs to make at least one call.
Any card may be played by a player who has no cards of the leading suit and no spades high enough to head the trick. The player with the highest spade in the trick, or, if there is no spade, the player with the highest card of the suit that was led, wins the trick.
Hearts is a trick-taking game where players avoid cards. The objective of the game of Hearts is to have the least amount of points when one player eventually reaches 100 points. Players don’t want to end up with tricks containing hearts cards or the Queen of Spades which are worth points. But they do want to end up with the Jack of Diamonds. You need a standard deck of 52 cards. Each player is dealt the same number of cards. So, if you have 4 players, each receives 13 cards (13 x 4 = 52). If you have 3 players, deal each 13 cards, then add the leftover cards to the kitty. The person who takes the first trick will take the kitty, too. In each suit, the cards are ranked from the Ace, with the highest value, on down: K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, and 2