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How To Play War (Card Game)

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

This video will cover all the aspects for the card game War. This tutorial is perfect for beginning card players, or a player needing a refresher of the game.

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

This War tutorial will cover the following topics:

– How to deal the cards

– The game play

– How to win

– A review of the rules

Please leave a comment below if you need any additional information about War, 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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49 Comments

  1. My favorite rank is the ace because the ace is either the highest or the lowest card in some games.

  2. Played with my brothers a lot. Some of these games would go on FOREVER

  3. I remember playing war with my god pal Zach in high school.

  4. Could you tell how to play Bismarck or Bezique?

  5. Honestly, this official version version of War baffles me. All you do is flip the top card. Where is the strategy and tactics?

  6. I randomly saw this in my watch history 😒

  7. Yes that is how you play war but that way boring…..

    The way we play is like this, if the war start we draw 3 cards and the 4 one is you get to pick the cards you want but without looking and draw it and if the player has one card left he must use that card anyway the person with still most card will able to choose his card again.

  8. I learned out of play 3 games in this guy in like 4 minutes

  9. The way I play War, the 2 beats the Ace. With more than two players, if anyone puts down a 2, and anyone else puts down an Ace, the person putting down the 2 takes all of the cards.

  10. Two of the many things that I hate about this game is that it takes forever and you know who's going to win ages before it happens making the last 90% of the game absolutely pointless.

  11. Grew up playing this classic card game. On a rainy boring day.

  12. To add a bit of decision making to the game (not really strategy), we would put the winnings in a separate stack. For each card you win, you can choose to put it on the bottom or the top of that stack. After the stack you're drawing cards from is empty, you start drawing from the stack of winnings and put new won cards into a separate stack again, etc.

    I guess this does have an impact on the game in that you could front-load stronger cards and put weak ones in the back, try to make a choppy mix, etc. But ultimately it's still a game of luck and you pretty much win based on what you were dealt.

  13. Hey man. When i was young there was a game called "grudge". Do you know if this is the same game?

  14. I have learnt how to play many card games from only thus channel . Keep up the good work

  15. I miss playing this game with my friends at granny's xD

  16. Wait I have a question. My mom had enough cards and used them in the war (which she won) would she still win or lose?

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  18. You're playing w yourself?? What a looser…and a winner!!

  19. It's a cool game but it takes longer than Monopoly to finish so I don't suggest y'all to play unless you are in a jail cell with a fellow sack of misery

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  21. It’s not a 2 player game. It can be 1 player since you don’t know any cards and 3 players to make it more fun. Single player can still be for 3 decks because again, you don’t know what any cards are

  22. This makes no sense at all. There’s no why for anyone to get all 52 cards you either end up with the same 26 cards or it just repeats its self with the remaining cards at the bottom of the deck you won from the other player.

  23. I used to play this game all the time as a child

  24. I learned this game from my clsss, just seeing how different we play it
    Edit- we play it with more than 2 people in my class

  25. War can be played with more than 2 players also

  26. He had to put "card game" next to the title so that the boomers dont start complaining

  27. That game is so fun I just learned it today

  28. I played this all the time when I was little, and wanted to learn again. It's surprisingly simple!

  29. you need to shuffle the deck first. it is essential to avoid prolonged game.

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