How To Play President (Card Game) -

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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  1. The way I used to play was the second to last to finish was the vice asshole. Then the president could ask for whatever 2 cards he wanted that the asshole had to give and trade them for whatever 2 cards the president wanted to give him. In addition the VP and the VAH would do the same thing but they would only trade 1 card instead of 2.

  2. Great tutorial you have alot of ability to play

  3. You need to rank the suits as well. It makes the game more interesting

  4. Is this the same as 'against the landlord' game?

  5. I miss this game. My friends and I played it all the the time at lunch

  6. There are a number of variants to this game. The way we play you are not allowed to "equalize", you must beat the card or cards on top, and each player only has one chance per round, and you can only play singletons on singletons, pairs on pairs, etc.

  7. I might be wrong but this is basically Daifugo. The "rankings" or titles are just different. There are different variations for Daifugo and there really isn't a right way to play it. There are basic rules that are always followed for every variation but you can choose to add or remove any variations from the game, which I think makes the game a lot of fun. You can simplify the game or make the game more fun/difficult depending on what rules you want to use.

  8. This channel is so amazing! thanks for all the games 🙂

  9. I was taught this by some new friends when I was in a camp. I think we had 6 people, 2 decks and a Joker. So someone could go up to 9 of a card.

  10. When I play with 5+ players, at the start of a round the President would swap 2 cats of their choice with the a-hole (or scum's) 2 best cards. Then we'd get the Vice President to swap a single card of their choice with the Vice Scum's best card. If we'd have more than 6 players we might even use 2 decks.

  11. After the first round of playing president the asshole the last player goes first that is how I play the president card game. The president does not go first in the next play.

  12. Player 3- ♠5,🔶5,♣5
    Player 4-❤5 … (for 1 of a kind)
    Is it allowed to play a single card on a set of three for one of a kind..?

  13. In a 4 player game..

    Player 1- President
    Player 2- vice president  ( played his last card ♠A)
    Player 3- have a 5❤ ( can't beat player2 card & pass)
    Player 4- have a 7♣ (can't beat player2 card & pass)

    What's now in this condition…
    What about player2's card ♠A
    And who's going for next card to play player 3 or 4 ?

  14. Player 1- played ♣5
    Player 2 -have a ❤6 and ♠3,🔶3
    Can player 2 play a set of two three's instead of that ❤6
    Or it's compulsory to play ❤6 on that ♣5

  15. Do 2’s have to be higher than the previous rank in order to play them?

    Also I love how the last player to win is called the A-Hole 😂. Like good luck trying to convince your family to play this.. 😂

  16. Thank you very much for your tutorials. I was wondering if you would do a tutorial on the card game low down by the makers of uno. I would very much appreciate it!

  17. I'm a little confused I thought the 3 of clubs must be the first card to be played (1:25 ) 4 of ♦️was played first at 7:02

  18. I was taught a variation of this game called scum.

  19. Youre games have help me a so much I play my family carde every friday . This one left me a bit confuse.

  20. The A-Hole should be called The Other Candidate.

  21. How did player 4 get to put down the card and player 6 doesn’t (Im still learning.)

  22. Can you please explain why 2 3’s beat queen?

  23. What is the advantage of the vice president?

  24. Oh this game is basically a ripoff of daifugo a Japanese card game

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