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How To Play Spit (Card Game)

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This video tutorial will teach you how to play the card game Spit. For more information visit

This video will start by teaching you the general concepts of the card game Spit and is followed by the more detailed features of the game. This tutorial is perfect for beginning card players, or a player needing a refresher of the game.

After watching, you will know the basics of how to play the card game Spit. All that is left to do is grab a friend and start playing!

This Spit tutorial will cover the following topics:
– How to deal the cards
– How to set up the cards
– The overall objective of the game
– How a round is played
– A review of the rules

Please leave a comment below if you need any additional information about Spit, if you have any questions about the game, or if any aspect of the game was not clear in the video.

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45 Comments

  1. Oh dang, you’re card pile is so neat, while when I play it, it’s all over the place 😂

  2. Soooo it's like I really complicated version on doble 😂😂

  3. Anyone else here because this game was mentioned in Orange is the New Black and had to find out how to play it?

  4. This is exactly how I play it. Except we start with two cards / spitpiles.

  5. How I play speed it different, you only get five cards in your hand at a time but wow this is interestingly different yet similar

  6. Umm. The set up is different than the Interlochen way. We gave each other half the deck. Placed our cards: up down down down, down, then moved over to the 1st down card and placed one facing up on top, so up, down down, down, moving one pile over until 15. and played one handed….but the game NEVER STARTS unless someone says " I'll play yah spit"

  7. This is speed. Except you use 2 hands instead of 1. It must be variations of a similar game

  8. Learnt his game today and played it with my cousin! Such a fun, exciting game 😂 Thanks for the tutorial!

  9. What if we play all our cards that were in the pile and we both finish at the same time but we have cards left in the spit pile that we don’t need. Do we need to play those somehow?

  10. At camp this was all I did
    Free time? Spit
    Before bed? Spit
    After lights out? Still spit
    Wake up? Spit

  11. I have been playing this game for about 10 years since I was a child and learned it at camp, and now I realize I have been playing wrong the whole time !

  12. Thanks for the video instruction. So easy to understand.

  13. This is a very thought out and recorded “how to”. I was able to get up and playing almost right away. I had to watch an additional 2 times when I came a across a “what if” situation. Excellent job!

  14. Omg you explain it so good I wish everybody explained it that good 🤤

  15. Thank you!! Love this game but needed a refresher. Gonna teach my son and see if he still likes me after we play 😜

  16. The video was helpful, but the actual game is the worst card game I have ever played. It seems that it's sole purpose is to annoy the heck outta anyone who plays it and take up literally the whole day at least. I give it -1/10

  17. Does anyone else know this as Chinese Snap?

  18. me watching this over and over again so I can understand it

  19. In the version I used to play, the first (and subsequent) round winner could add rules like "two hands" or "slaps". Slaps is a friendship breaker because any player could claim the smaller pile by slapping it first if at least one player runs out of cards.

  20. It's all fun in game's until someone spits on you

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  22. This game is so fun and I am so good at it that my parents and friends had to tape one of my hands behind my back. I still won every game.

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  24. It is too complicated for me to understand. I will just play chess

  25. Bro why is this game such memories. I played it like every night on scout jamboree. It was so fun. We had like a whole fucking championship with my troop and another troop.

  26. I do 10 stack for the 11th card flip then two on each side, you put the doubles then you both spit get all your cards out then pick the smallest deck. I don't do it this way so yep

  27. Ok
    And if in the next rounds the spit spit pile of only one person gets finished
    You have not given an example

  28. This feels like my childhood. Endless summer days spent on the front porch with my sisters playing this game. Except when we got to where there was only one pile in the middle, when someone ran out they had to try and hit the empty space.

    Anyway just my sister and I just taught my nephew and like his mom he has already beaten me in this.

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