How To Play Whist (2 Player) -

How To Play Whist (2 Player)

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This video tutorial will teach you how to play the card game Whist. There are different variations of the card game Whist, this video cover how to play with 2 players. Find more at

This video will teach you the general concepts and game play of Whist. 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 Whist. All that is left to do is grab a friend and start playing!

This Whist tutorial will cover the following topics:

– How to deal

– The overall objective of the game

– The card rank

– How to play stage 1

– How to play stage 2

– How to score the round

Please leave a comment below if you need any additional information about Whist, 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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  1. who deals the following round?

  2. "An intelligent assumption is always better than a blind guess" , from the book : Teach yourself card games by David Parlett

  3. Cheers mate, just what I needed, lovely outro music as well, love from Sri Lanka, France, India and most importantly Ingerland

  4. Great explanation. Very clear and concise.

  5. Im confused because at 1:23 he says the card matching the trumps outranks the other card… Ok, but at 3:24 he conflicts this by showing the card matching the trumps doesn't win. Unless this is an error and the other player was supposed to win? Can someone please look at these video times and explain for me 🙏🙏

  6. I just told my best friend do u remember how to play 2 handed Whi😅st

  7. I miss playing cards most of all
    So everytime I want to play Whist some people want spades
    So I have good Scrabble people

  8. Thankyou, i used to play this with my grandad all the time, i wanted to show this to my brother but couldnt remember how to play.

  9. Got to the end of the game. Player 2 had 6 tricks. Player 1 had 6 tricks the last card was an Ace from both sides. Who wins?? Pls help

  10. You really favored Player 2 there, but in the end (SPOILER) the dominance of Player 1 could not be denied.

  11. Looked up the original meaning of 'following suit' and it was when Ehist was insanely popular at the turn of the 19th century. Thanks man! Now I really need someone to come over and play cards with me 🙁

  12. Really cool game. Just played it with my girl. Easy to follow. Just needs a little more strategic advice.

  13. Says the objective of the first round was to improve your hand, doesn’t explain in what way and improve to what! Took a while to work out.

  14. So if you can't follow suit, you loose the trick?

  15. I'm a little confused on the scoring. You keep the tricks after the first round and then subtract your amount of tricks by 6? And does it keep going?

  16. incredible card game this is so awesome!

  17. how many tricks are there huh!!!!

  18. played this game the whole day.. loved it.. 3 players can also play it

  19. In India the name of this game is (3-2-5)

  20. It is very similar to a game which is called "1000" in Poland.

  21. How does the other person know I am not cheating if I can't follow suit?

  22. You said play the same suit when possible. If the suit being played was hearts (Trump card is clubs let's say). If I don't have any hearts so I play a diamond do I automatically lose even if I have the highest card?

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