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How To Play Kings In The Corners (Card Game)

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

This Kings in the Corner tutorial will cover the following topics:

– The deal and setup

– The overall objective

– The game play

– Score keeping

– Rules review

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50 Comments

  1. awesome video bro…!
    but can you tell me music name?

  2. Genderīnclusive language wuld have been appreciated, or is this game only for males?

  3. Is there a two-player version? Love the card game vids. This will be the fourth card game I've learned from your vids. Thanks for posting.

  4. I love this card game! My Grandma taught me this game when I was a little kid. Her & I would play it all the time when I would stay over. Rip Grandma Carm ❤ I miss you!

  5. Loved this game, so happy to find the rules so I could play it again.

  6. What if you're unable to play a card. Do u draw until you are able to?

  7. this game is grate! i love to play it with my family and friends. always a good time.

  8. What should I do if I have three kings in my hand?

  9. What happens when the last card is an Ace? (On the faced up card)

  10. Seems great, but why is it under 2 player games?

  11. What if it’s your turn but u don’t have any cards to throw?

  12. I love this game to but the guy in the video is wrong. You draw a card at the end of your turn, not beginning. Also you collect points. Highest score wins.

  13. We love playing this game, which we learned from the boxed version by Jax. Can anyone tell us why they included jokers in the deck if we don’t use them??

  14. I really enjoy games like poker and blackjack, that being said, has anyone found a way to bet in this game?

  15. If a player cant play any cards can he skip

  16. Great video esp for 2020 coronavirus stay at 🏡 order

  17. You should do a tutorial for the 2 player card game called Casino

  18. It is added in 3 player games playlist.

  19. Love this game. So what happens when no cards are left to pick?

  20. I have a question, I do not understand how you calculated the number of moves each player played. please let me know how keeping score works, in more detail.

  21. 02:52 cards are played with decreasing order and different color can"t we just play with same color are decreasing order too ?? Thanks

  22. I played this game today with my family for the first time. Really enjoyed it! Denifitely not the last time I'm gonna play it. Thank you for this video!

  23. So happy to find this. My grandmother and I use to play this in Ocala, Florida🤗

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  25. What I don't understand is why any player would have a king in thier hand by the end of the game. Wouldn't you put it down as soon as you pick it up? I don't see much strategy for holding on to them.

  26. Can you take off half of the deck off and put it on another deck if it is in order obviously

  27. I play a different variant. Players have a card up and others players can hit each other's pile. And the A's go in the corners where you have to play 2,3,4 of the same suit. So it gives the game a sort of attack method! You pile your opponent s pile up!

  28. Played tonight. Played all my card out one first turn. People weren’t pleased.

    edited. auto fill is schizophrenic.

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  30. I learned this game at a friend's house when her grandparents would come to visit. We didn't keep score and we would knock on the table when we were done with our turn. A great way to start a kid on various solitaire games.

  31. Just get the whole game or a 52-card deck of playing cards.

  32. I thought it had to be in order from king queen jack then 10

  33. Used to play this all the time when I was locked up back in 2006. I'm going to teach this game to my kids when they are older to tell them all my crazy experiences and life lessons.

  34. This brings back memories of playing with my grandparents at their cabin in Big Bear Lake, CA.

    We played a variation where you could place cards underneath a pile when a space was open

  35. I used to play this with my grandparents. Good memories 🥰

  36. I was taught that everytime a player draws or drops a king they have to take 2 from the middle deck . Is this an alternative rule ?

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