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How To Play President (Card Game)

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This video tutorial will teach you how to play the card game President. More information can be found at

This video will start by teaching you the general concepts of President, and is followed by the more detailed features of the game. The video concludes with an example involving all the lessons learned about President. This tutorial is perfect for beginning players, as well as, experienced players that need a refresher.

After watching, you will know the basics on how to play the card game President. All that is left to do is grab some friends and start playing!

This President tutorial will cover the following topics:

– The deal

– The objective

– How the cards are rank

– How to play

– How to keep score

– A review of the rules

– An example

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123 Comments

  1. I could of avoided a few fist fights and kept relationships if i would of shown this video.

  2. 副官の裏切りがよくあるが。

  3. Here is the real way,
    You try and get rid of all your cards.
    Asshole is the last person to get rid of his cards, vice asshole is the 2nd last vice president is 2nd and president is 1st. Asshole gives president 2 cards and the vices give 1 to each other lower ranks must give highest card. I You can play what ever card you want all game until no one can play anymore. The are no skips or matches. When there are doubles you must play a higher double no triples. Only thing you can use is a 2 to clear out deck. A 2 must only be used to clear out singles or doubles, or as a wild card a wild card only serves as one. Who ever wins the round starts the next one

  4. Can 2s be played whenever? (Of course not as last card)

  5. Three of a Kind
    Pair
    Or just one card
    Be first to remove your cards.

  6. the only time u can play out of turn is when competing the 4 of a kind correct?

  7. So many great memories playing that game, a true classic.

  8. the way I played…if u started with single or double etc you can only throw down a single or double etc….no doubles beat singles

  9. This was so well explained, and the example topped it off and cleared up any confusion.

  10. I'm here because I heard Persona 5's Tycoon was a variation of this lol

  11. Why is it called an "a hole"! 😂😂😂

  12. If the next person is on skip turn.. but finishing the deck.. which takes priority

  13. we played a version of this game in rural Australia a lot and kept teaching people how to play in New Zealand. It was renamed Sloppy, with no President, but the last player is "Sloppy" or "sloppy dog" and the first ranked player is "the bitch." At times making sloppy adorn a hat to mark their status. It is very similar but 2s are just higher cards not "clear cards," though they do usually win a round. You also use the Queen of Spades as the trump card which can win a round when it is played. Suits are not acknowledged, only the numbers. Jokers are wildcards. You can play in rounds of doubles, triples or quadruples. Triple 6 is known as the Devils cup and it can beat anything but the Queen of Spades.

    In New Zealand people started inventing their own version again, insisting it was now "kiwi rules" and you can now "ghost" on the matching card number, changing the number of cards that has to be put down in that round. If you stop this ghosting pattern, by putting higher cards multiple cards on top you are calling ghost busters. Sometimes you would know what was going to happen just from someone humming the ghost busters theme.

  14. I'm here because of clubhouse games coming on switch

  15. What if we have triplet ? Doubles skip the person , does triplet skip 2 ppl?

  16. ur rly good at card games. i rly love this game. i play this w my cousins.

  17. I am here from playing this game in Clubhouse Games for the switch. I just needed the rules to be clearer

  18. Wow, trump can be both P and arsehole ?

  19. I play this game rather differently. We use 2's as wild cards that act as a blank card that you can put anywhere but you don't give them an actual number. You just play a 2 anywhere then the next person can play anything after that including doubles or triples/depending on how we feel that day you might only be allowed to play singles after a wild. Red 10's are clear cards and red 3's are the highest cards. Since red 10's and red 3's are used differently you only need to play the two black cards of each to clear them. The 3 of spades starts the game and the person who has the 3 of clubs has to try to jump in and clear the pile before the next person plays since in this version the 3 of clubs is the worst card and hard to get rid of if you don't do so at the start. We also don't play it where doubles/triples are higher than singles/doubles. You can only play doubles/triples if you clear it then put them down or if you're jumping in to clear the pile. Once you play a double/triple the people after you have to play doubles/triples or a clear/wild card. If no one can play it clears back to you. You can also choose to pass at any point and depending on how we feel you either do or don't have to play a wild/clear card if you have nothing else that can beat or match the previous person's card. Also it's up to you whether or not you decide that you're allowed to pass when you have a clear or wild. Wild cards can always be played and you don't need to play multiple wild cards even if the current round is doubles/triples. You can still jump in to clear the pile at any point before the next person puts their card down and skipping is still the same. If 2's or red 10's are the last cards that you have then you hold them up in the middle of everyone and anyone can grab them from you (try not to rip the cards). In the next round the loser has to give the president their best card and the president can choose to give the loser whatever card they want.

  20. at 4:37 there were 2 kings in the middle. player 3 was able 2 complete the 4 of a kind out of turn.

  21. At 5:06 Why can't the player 5 beat pair of king with Ace of spade?

  22. Jeez, these rules are kinda weird tbh like how the highest card is an ace when it’s actually a 2 or joker.

  23. What happens if you match a card are you in the lead. Please respond.

  24. Serious question: do you have to reveal how many cards you have left when someone asks you during the game (not end)?

  25. Wait three 3's beat queens? Nah I dont play like that, that's too confusing. I just play a card that's higher then the card. Or doubles. And I dont play with points. Game is over when all played their cards. N we dont call the last player a hole. We call them hobo. N we clear if no one can play a card. And no matching skips

  26. Played this so much but it wasn’t for points. If you won 4 times in a row your won and got to make a new rule for the next session

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  28. This is basically 13. Ask any of your Asian friends. 😀

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    The weakness of chess is it always starts in fixed positions that the opening moves become “memorizable.” In fact, not a few have so mastered the moves that they can play against their opponents “blindfolded.” It is for this very reason that the great Bobby Fischer introduced his so-called “Fischer Random Chess,” where the starting position of the pieces is “randomized” to make the memorization of openings impracticable. Fortunately, it is also for this reason that I invented Ruvol where “every game” has been calculated to be a challenging one to play.

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  30. Who ever invented this game should’ve came up with a better name for the player who hadn’t played all of their cards.

  31. I played a different variant. Important one is President gets 2 best cards from AHole and VP gets 1 from second last person to finish

  32. I played a really stupid variant of this game at school when we had lunch. It was probably altered to make it more fun. So basically we renamed clear cards "Nukes", Shoved a bunch of things from poker into it, such as straights, waterfalls, and full houses which could basically beat any double. Straights under a certain amount of cards (I forgot) could be cleared with a single 2, while anything higher (Including waterfalls and full houses) Had to be cleared with a joker. It was really confusing. After the game, the President could ask the a-hole (Renamed "poop" so we wouldn't get in trouble) for any 2 cards they wanted, other than clear cards. If the A-hole had those cards, they would have to give them to the president. If they didn't, the president asks for another 2 sets of different cards. This went the same for the vice president and the second last player to finish but with just 1 card. We also had a "trading" Session before the game started to ask for any cards we needed to complete full houses, straights, etc. It was pretty dumb, but it was either this, or read a book.

  33. I am here because my dumbass friend won't follow rules unless there is proof

  34. My friends were playing this today but I didn’t understand the concept so yeah

  35. Me and my friends play differently I think our rules are less confusing and easier to play with
    How to play:
    Card order: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10, jack, queen, king, ace, 2, joker
    How we play: 3 of spades starts the first round you can place as many cards as you want if it’s the same card (for example starting with 3 threes meaning you’re playing triples) let’s say the person does play triples that round has to continue with triples (doubles, Quadruples and singles)
    That round ends when someone ends with, to end it, it’s either not one goes anymore, you end it with the same thing (let’s say someone puts double 5s you can end it with another set of double 5s it is your turn) the last thing you can do to end it is place a 2 ( one 2 for singles and doubles 2 for triples and 3 for quadruples) the only thing that can end 2s is a joker, jokers are the highest card in the game and can end anything except a card that has been ended by the same card. Now that I’ve explained the rules of the game now the objective of the game is to finish your cards first (let’s say there are 6 people playing) the first person out is president, second is Vice President, third and fourth are neutrals, fifth is vice bum and sixth is bum. These roles mean something for the next round, president gets bums 2 highest cards and president gives bums their 2 lowest and for Vice President and vice bum same thing except it one high and one low, neutrals keep their cards, bum also starts the next round with anything they want.

    I’m very sorry if that’s confusing and doesn’t explain the game well but I hope you guys have fun with it! (If you have any questions I can answer them in the reply’s)

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