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How To Play Rook Card Game With 2 Players

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A review on how to play the card game Rook with 2 players. This version does not use the dummy hand. Subscribe to keep up with all the latest reviews and game hunts! #boardgame #ads #ads
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19 Comments

  1. thanks! now my friends won’t have to play with a dummy (me 😂)

  2. This is the Best I have seen so far.Thank you so much

  3. It appears as if when you counted your hand, you counted 10 points for the yellow 12. But you didn’t count the 12 in the opponent’s hand. (it was black). So do you count the 12s or not? Also, you said the one with the most tricks scores another 20 points, but when you counted the opponent’s cards you only added 10 points to his score. So what do you add? 20 or 10 points?

  4. After watching 3very YT video on Rook and trying to read the instructions (you need a Harvard degree to understand) I am throwing my 25 cent deck in the trash and giving up. This has to be the most complicated card game in history.Widow hands, bidding, nests,trumps , I will stick to my other games.No way this can be "fun". Gives me a headache thinking about it.

  5. Do you have a link where i can buy the card tray you are using

  6. when you add up your points , do you add all the counters you have left  in your hand plus the points that you have in your tricks

  7. Do you still take the 2s and 3s our on the second version? We end with an odd number of cards in the middle so who gets the last one? If the person puts down a yellow card but you have a lower yellow card do you have to play that or can you put down a trump card or a card of a different color (throw away card)?

  8. In our version, the 1s are worth points (10 each), so that’s why you wouldn’t take out the 1s. The 2s and 3s are not worth points.

  9. If you lose if you placed say the 80 point bid your opponent gets double points also each trick wins 2 points per trick

  10. If you lose if you placed say the 80 point bid your opponent gets double points also each trick wins 2 points per trick

  11. It appears as if when you counted your hand, you counted 10 points for the yellow 12. But you didn’t count the 12 in the opponent’s hand. (it was black). So do you count the 12s or not? Also, you said the one with the most tricks scores another 20 points, but when you counted the opponent’s cards you only added 10 points to his score. So what do you add? 20 or 10 points?

  12. thanks! now my friends won’t have to play with a dummy (me 😂)

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