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How to Play the Palace Card Game

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Palace is a fun card game for 2-5 players. Play cards in a discard pile using ascending order, and the first player to run out of cards wins. The fun happens when you or someone else is forced to pick up the discard pile because you can’t play. Learn more with this guide from wikiHow:

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16 Comments

  1. If only one of the players has an A left and he throws the card and if however picks it up throws the same card, wouldn't the came essentially stop there.. because the A would just keep infinitely circulating among the players

  2. Just tries this after watching this video and it seems fun. But it seems to have some flaws. Like when you finish drawing all the cards, the player that is to your right will always know what your biggest card is. Quick question: can you save the "2" or you are always forced to place down a card?

  3. I dont play by any of those rules! This how it goes down in the crew: 1) Dealer deals ALL 6 cards to each player to make the 2 rows of 3… FACED DOWN; without looking at any of the cards! PLAYERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO LOOK AT THE CARDS BEFORE PLACEMENT. 2) Must keep 5 cards in hand always! If there are not enough cards because of the amount of players playing, then 3 cards is acceptable.3) Our “power cards” are: •2- Go again: When this card is played, you get an additional turn. •9- Go low: throw out any card lower than a 9. If you cant…pick up pile! •10- Blows pile up! Clears table of existing pile and discards in “trash” pile. Afterwards, you get to go again! •ANY 3 OR 4 of a kind- Acts as a 10 card; Blows up pile, and you go again. If someone throws out the same card you have multiples of, you can throw out (out of turn) as well to blow up the pile. Then go again. *If done successfully, you would have skipped a player from playing their turn. That player will not be able to go until his next turn, or if he could throw out of turn as well! 4) Once the deck is done, you have to clear your hand in order to play the FIRST ROW. Meaning, you can pick up ALL 3 cards from the first row & play them in ANY ORDER of your choosing. 5) Once you clear your hand of the first row of cards (As well as the cards you’ve accumulated during gameplay) you can pick up the remaining 3 cards. 6) First one the clear their cards 1st WINS ‼️

  4. Do you need 1 deck or 2 decks for this game?

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  6. F get credit at your house in a few days I don’t want you going on the trip and I’m sorry I’m going on my way home I’m sorry I’m not sorry I’m going on my way home I’m sorry I love mom I I don’t think you ever did anything I was doing you did tell her hi I’m not sure I would have her phone in your room sorry bye hi oop I did it and it would not have a nice long trip I love your friends you are going in the wap is a bitch is your mom I did the nasty stuff you omg omg I like your friend you have been so much fun to me omg was a nice trip I would like it I can see how it is I would like it you know I can get your stuff

  7. Why must play palace when you could play Uno XDDD

  8. This is literally karma the card game 😅😅 or other way around same game tho but karma has wilds

  9. There are some additional house rules I like to throw in as well. For example:

    If you throw a 3, the next player has to beat whatever card was played before it.

    If you throw a 7, you must play a superior card along with it (including multiples).

    If you throw an 8, the next player has to throw something equal or lower.

    If four of the same card are thrown in succession, that acts as a 10 and clears the pile.

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